Olympics provide 450,000 latex condoms for athletes in Rio
Olympic not only a sport, which also a big party for romantic love. What do you get when you mix healthy, young athletes from around the world, the excitement of competing on the national stage and the romance of Brazil? Yes, A lot of sex, probably. At least that is what the International Olympic Committee must have imagined when they decided to provide 450,000 condoms--42 per athlete--in Rio's Olympic Village.
According to The Guardian, that is more officially provided condoms than any previous Olympics. "The latex condom count began in Seoul in 1988," reports The Guardian, "when 8,500 condoms were distributed to athletes and reports of condoms found on the roofs of Olympic residences led the Olympic Associa