Aug 13, 2016 6:05 PM GMT
So do you think everyone is having sesx with everyone in the Olympic village? Are Olympic athletes even sexually active when they are in the Olympic village?
"So here are the numbers for the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil, as reported by the Guardian and Glamour, two publications that you may not read at the same time: the International Olympic Committee will be distributing 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms, and 175,000 packets of lube to 10,500 athletes who will stay in the Olympic Village for 17-day long Olympic Games, which amounts to an average 2.5 condoms per athlete per day. Now I know what you are thinking: “How the heck does someone use half a condom?” Besides that, you are probably also wondering, “What is going on in the Olympic Village?”
Well, chances are they are not making balloon animals. A 2013 ESPN story by Sam Alipour reported the following:
The image of a celibate Games began to flicker in ’92 when it was reported that the Games’ organizers had ordered in prophylactics like pizza. Then, at the 2000 Sydney Games, 70,000 condoms wasn’t enough, prompting a second order of 20,000 and a new standing order of 100,000 condoms per Olympics.
Aside from the fact that prophylactics don’t make very good pizzas, this paints a picture of a lot of sex going on. Indeed, in the article, U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper and two-time gold medalist Hope Solo stated, “There’s a lot of sex going on.”
Other quotes from U.S. Olympians in Alipour’s story:
Women’s swimmer Summer Sanders who won two gold medals at the Barcelona Olympics: the second Olympic motto is “what happens in the village stays in the village.”
BMX biker Jill Kintner, who captured bronze in Beijing: “They leave their doors open, so you look in and see dudes in thongs running circles around each other.”
Solo again: “On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty.”[...]"
and you believe those athletes?
eipoika saidWell, if you put thousands of hot young athletes in the same place they may want to have some fun among themselves. I know I would.