No Making Love As Anti-Sex Beds Arrive In Paris 1

No Making Love As Anti-Sex Beds Arrive In Paris

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‘Anti-sex’ beds have arrived in Paris. Allegedly, there’ll be no making love in the city of love as the small beds will deter athletes from having sexual intercourse during the competitions. The twins’ size of the beds means that competitors aren’t allowed to sidle up together.

The beds are made by Airweave, who also made the products for the 2020 Olympic Games in Japan. Inside the Games asserts that sustainability is the primary reason why Olympic officials settled for the beds this year. The cardboard frames and mattresses are 100% recyclable.

According to the publication, George Grenon, director of environmental excellence shared, “I hope that Paris 2024’s efforts to reduce its impact will show that it is possible to do things differently,” Stories about wild sex happening among athletes during Olympic competitions have been spread in the media.

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Matthew Syed, a table tennis player shared with the Times of London his sexcapades during the 1992 games in Spain, Barcelona. He shared, “I got laid more often in those two and a half weeks than in the rest of my life.”

An anonymous athlete at the 2012 games in London admitted to having a foursome with two women and one male teammate, according to the Mirror.

It’s however very unlikely that cardboard beds will prevent horny athletes from fornicating. The Mirror cites a US gold medalist saying, “I’ve seen people having sex right out in the open. On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.

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