It’s a misinformation that Sweden considers sex as a sport.
In Sweden, a European country, sexual intercourse has been declared a sport, and contents written and distributed saying that sexual intercourse competitions will be held have spread vigorously on both domestic and international social networks.
Starting on June 3rd, this topic, which spread internationally, was written and distributed as a humorous issue on local news pages and sports news pages. Some of the original handouts read: ‘Sweden officially declares sex a sport.’ In addition, sex competitions are scheduled to be held in June. It was the first country to declare sex as a sport. Since there is no gender/LGBT discrimination, 20 countries have already registered and the first European Championship will be held on June 8th. In some distributions, this content is exaggerated, and content not included in the original distribution is included in the imagination.
Goteborgs-Posten, a news agency based in Sweden, stated on its website written in Swedish on April 23 that what is being distributed now is just false information.
In the news cleared by Goteborgs-Posten, Dragan Bratic, the head of a sex federation in Sweden, applied to become a member of Sweden’s national sports federation earlier this year because he wants sex to be considered a sport. He is also the person who opened many strip clubs in Sweden. However, his application was rejected on the grounds that it was incomplete. Goteborgs-Posten’s report in Swedish can be accessed here. NDTV reported on June 5, quoting Goteborgs-Posten, that this was a false report.