European Sex Championship: Sweden has proclaimed sex to be a sport, and the country’s first sex tournament is set to take place early next week.
The highly anticipated European Sex Championship will be held under the supervision of the Swedish Sex Federation and will take place on June 8, 2023.
Participants in this tournament will be required to engage in sex sessions that can last up to six hours each day. A solo match will last at least 40-45 minutes. Participants will compete in a number of categories which will include foreplay, oral sex, penetration, and erogenous zone knowledge.
Other categories include the most exquisite and complex posture. The most innovative communication will be assessed by a panel of judges and spectators, and the couple with the most activity, artistry, and popularity among judges and audiences are said to win.
How to get points?
Seduction, body massages, exploring erotic zones, prelude, oral sex, penetration, endurance, physical appearance, pose execution, creativity in position changes and the number of orgasms in a given time, artistic performance and pose transitions, and the ability to raise blood pressure and heart rate will be considered to as points during the competition.
The tournament is divided into three levels, with each level requiring a specific number of points to proceed. Each level awards between 5 and 10 points, which are determined by a combination of public voting and a panel of five judges.
The competition’s winners will be decided by a team of judges, but there is a twist in the game: the audience present at these bouts will also have a voice in the decision. Judges and the audience will examine elements such as a couple’s communication abilities, their endurance level, the chemistry they share, and their understanding of sex.
All genders are welcomed
The European Sex Championship promotes diversity by welcoming contestants of any gender or sexual orientation. The organisers highlight the potential strategic importance of sexual orientation in this sport, which they hope will be embraced by other European nations in the future.