Sweden has made a bold declaration, officially recognising sex as a sport and unveiling the “European Sex Championship.”
The competition will feature sex sessions of up to six hours, pushing the boundaries of physical endurance and celebrating the art of connection. Commencing on June 8th, the championship will span six weeks, attracting participants from across Europe. Couples will engage in sessions which will test their chemistry, knowledge, and stamina.
While critics may argue about the blurring of lines between sports and intimate experiences, proponents of this move believe that embracing sex as a sport promotes a healthy and open dialogue about sexuality, consent, and sexual well-being. Sweden’s bold declaration challenges societal norms and encourages a broader discussion on pleasure and personal connections.
Of course, people didn’t hold back from reacting on social media, with some applauding the decision as forward-thinking and encouraging discussion whilst others joked at the fact that sex could soon become an Olympic sport.
What do you think about this decision?