Sex and Protection: The Olympics?
The London 2012 Olympics will be a record year for amazing physical achievements, inspiring stories, global comradery and oh yeah, loads of sex.
Luckily, protection will be available.
That’s right, 2012 is a record year when it comes to Olympic Laytex.
Over 150,000 condoms will be available to the athletes at no cost. All to ensure that safe sex is had during the inevitable trysts between athletes every year at the Olympics.
While it is a record, a lot of sex between athletes at the Olympics is not uncommon with 100,000 condoms being handed out during previous events.
This just proves that when that many fit, beautiful people together, some paramours are bound to be found.
Earlier this month, 2008 Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo revealed to ESPN that she went back to her room with one lucky celebrity after her win.
“but that’s my Olympic secret,” she said on the Today Show.
“There’s a lot of sex going on,” says Solo. “I’d say it’s 70 percent to 75 percent of Olympians.”
The U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper says she’s even seen people having sex “right out in the open” in the Olympic Village.
“On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.”
London’s Olympics are scheduled to begin on July 27 and have its closing ceremony on August 2012. The games will host 306 events in 26 major sports.