Norway men asked to don condoms for Sex Hour – instead of watching EURO 2012 on television

A Norwegian sexual health charity has asked the men of the country to don condoms for a “sex hour” on Thursday evening to raise public awareness about safe-sex.

Non-profit sex education organization RFSU would like Norwegian men to tear themselves away from the television coverage of the Euro 2012 soccer quarter final game between Czech Republic and Portugal for an hour of prophylactic-protected pleasure with a willing partner starting at 1900 GMT.

The campaign is a result of a study which found that Norwegians were the most sexually active Scandinavians, while at the same time using the least protection, exposing themselves to sexually transmitted diseases…

According to the study, 62 percent of Norwegians between the age of 20-35 years did not use a condom the last time they had casual sex…

Kloeew said it was important to always be prepared on the longest day of the year, when the sun was shining and casual sex encounters were more likely.

First, I’m not certain how they intend to evaluate the success of this “manifestation” as it would be called in Europe. Will men Tweet about an encounter? What if they can’t find a cooperative other at the right time? You really don’t need a condom when having sex alone.

Second, like a great many football fans, I’m hoping Portugal loses. today. Not that I’m a supporter of the Czech Republic team. I just can’t stand Ronaldo, his ego problems, his perpetual self-adulation. Can we make him play with a condom over his head?

4 thoughts on “Norway men asked to don condoms for Sex Hour – instead of watching EURO 2012 on television

  1. fromthefourthcorner says:

    “You really don’t need a condom when having sex alone.” Well it does help to keep the sheets clean – if Ronaldo had worn one on his head for the game then the Czech Republic might have had a clean sheet themselves.
    😉

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