Sex Hour In Norway: Country Has Coordinated Safe Sex
A Country United By Sex
Norway is doing safe sex right. A sexual health organization in the Scandinavian country coordinated a "sex hour" last week where every Norwegian was encouraged to have sex with a condom at the same time.
RFSU, a non-profit sex education organization, asked the men of Norway to take a break from the Euro Cup soccer match on Thursday night between Portugal and Czech Republic and, at 1900 GMT, don a rubber and get freaky with their ladies instead.
The national sexcapade experiment was thought up as a counter to a recent study that showed Norway is the most sexually active Scandinavian country, yet is also the least likely to practice safe sex.
The study revealed that a shocking 62 percent of young Norwegians did not use a condom the last time they had casual sex.
"Our motto is sex is good, sex improves your health," RFSU sexologist Sidsel Kloeew said leading up to the event. "This is meant to be this year's most pleasant hour in Norway."
"The guys should take this as a challenge."
No word yet on how Norwegians did on their self-imposed sex challenge, but one thing's for certain: Thursday night was a hot one in the Great White North.