Tell the Guys at Esquire What Women Want

Our friends at Esquire are trying to learn more about the modern American woman for an upcoming issue and are conducting a survey specifically with us in mind. The Q's are quick and easy (some are actually pretty amusing!) and the whole thing is completely anonymous. If that's not enough to convince you, for every survey completed, Esquire will donate $1 to the relief efforts in Haiti through CARE, a humanitarian organization helping women in the fight against global poverty. So take a few minutes out of your lunch break and do your part by answering some simple questions that are all about you. It will be the easiest donation you've ever made — and we have to admit, we're pretty curious to see the results!

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Esquire's Survey of the American Woman 2010.

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