European Sex Championship to kickoff from june in Sweden
three judges will decide the winner among the participants
Sweden has recently become the first country to recognise sex as a sport. After this major step, the Swedes w ill also be hosting the first edition of the European Sex Championship, a competition scheduled to take place on June 8 in Gothenburg under the supervision of the Swedish Sex Federation.
The championship will see participants compete for six hours each day over the course of many weeks with individual ‘matches’ reportedly going as long as 45 to 60 minutes. The tournament will go on for weeks as participants from different European countries will compete across 16 other disciplines. These categories are seduction, oral sex, penetration, attractiveness, body massages, discovering sexual zones, posture adjustments, creative use of positions, number of orgasms, and stamina.
So far reports have stated around 20 individuals will be part of the competition, who will be judged by three juries, while audience voting will be used to choose the winners. Participants can get between 5 and 10 points for each competition.
Further, participants must be aware of all the laws and sexual arts discussed in the Kamasutra. The more clearly these competitors can illustrate the Kamasutra’s guidelines for the sexual act they are required to perform, the more points they will receive.
Talking about the tournament, the president of the Swedish Federation of Sex, Dragan Bratych, spoke about how the tournament will allow participants from all various sexual orientations to compete and expressed how this tournament will be like any sport which required training.
He said, “The incorporation of sexual orientation as a part of sporting tactics will be a groundbreaking development among European countries. Just like any other sport, achieving desired results in sex requires training. Therefore, it is only logical for people to start competing in this domain as well.”