NewsParis Olympics Lifts Intimacy Ban With 300K Condoms

Paris Olympics Lifts Intimacy Ban With 300K Condoms

Well that’s one way to capture people’s attention.

“The distribution of condoms is not for use at the athletes’ village, but to have athletes take them back to their home countries to raise awareness [of HIV and AIDS],” Olympic organizers said at the time.

“There is a desire to be very inclusive, we have awareness messages which revolve around the issue of consent and pleasure versus performance,” Dalard said. 

For some athletes who don’t have social media managers, there is a chance some comments aren’t controlled. “We have a population that is sometimes very young, who was born with social networks, with screens, and who do not necessarily always have the right practices […] not all athletes are necessarily lucky enough to have community managers,” Dalard said.

Located roughly four miles from the city’s center, the village, Michaud said, will have everything they need—including a sports bar—so there is no need to leave. However, there won’t be any alcohol. “But it’s going to be a great place, so they can share their moments and the environment here,” he said. “No champagne in the village, of course, but they can have all the champagne they want to in Paris.”

Source: Black Enterprise


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