Sweden has made history by officially recognizing sex as a sport and will host the inaugural European Sex Championship in Gothenburg on June 8th.
Under the guidance of the Swedish Sex Federation, the championship will span six weeks, featuring participants engaging in various sexual activities across 16 disciplines. These disciplines include seduction, oral sex, penetration, and more, with each “match” lasting 45-60 minutes.
To excel in the competition, participants are expected to have a thorough understanding of the Sanskrit scripture on sex and eroticism, the Kama Sutra. Extra points will be awarded for successfully incorporating the principles of the Kama Sutra into their performances across multiple disciplines.
One notable aspect of the championship is the organizers’ encouragement of participation from individuals with diverse sexual orientations. They emphasize the potential strategic value of sexual orientation during the competition, and they hope that other European countries will adopt similar inclusivity measures in the future.
“The incorporation of sexual orientation as a part of sporting tactics will be a groundbreaking development among European countries,” stated the organizers.
Dragan Bratych, the chairman of the Swedish Federation of Sex, believes that recognizing sex as a sport was inevitable. He emphasized the potential for physical and mental well-being through sexual activity and highlighted the importance of training in this domain.
“Just like any other sport, achieving desired results in sex requires training. Therefore, it is only logical for people to start competing in this domain as well,” said Bratych, as quoted by Times of India.