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The Daily Mail and New York Post reported that the organizers of the 2012 games in London will hand out a record 150, 000 condoms to athletes in the Olympic village. That works out to about 15 condoms per competitor.
Is it going to be enough?
At Beijing in 2008 they handed out about 100 000, that wasn’t enough! Olympian "insiders" have been speaking out about the orgy like conditions that seems to exist in "The Village".
There are almost 11 000 "pumped up", very likely "hormone manipulated" (here is another bizarre example), drugged up and doped athletes - with massive amounts of sexual energy - that is encouraged to be released in an area that is a high energy vortex point. The games are a mega occult ritual.
The London Olympic village has stocked a record number of condoms for the London summer spectacle, a total of 150,000—with 10,500 athletes at the games, it works out to 15 per competitor.
There were just 100,000 condoms stocked in Beijing, meaning the London Olympic committee felt a need to up the total by 50 percent.
The athletes have suggested that there is much sexual activity in the Olympic village—all those competitive juices and very pretty people, all squeezed together in a cozy little village, leading to a Las Vegas-like feeling of whatever happens in the Olympic village…
U.S. women’s soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo told the Daily Mirror: “There’s a lot of sex going on at the London Olympics. I’ve seen people having sex out in the open, getting down and dirty on grass between buildings.”
She added: “I may have snuck a celebrity into my Beijing room without anybody knowing and snuck him back out. But that’s my Olympic secret.”
Earlier this month an anonymous U.S. athlete described partying her “butt off” when she took part in the Games, amid wave of promiscuity as super-fit athletes paired off.
“I was feeling super-guilty for cheating on my boyfriend,” she told the New York Post. “And a fellow athlete said, “Why? Everyone hooked up last night.’”‘
A tell-all expose published earlier this year echoed the anonymous athlete’s experiences. That book, the authors of which also remain unknown, lifted the lid on the secrets of the Olympic Village.
It claimed competitors smuggled in drugs and filled water bottles with liquor to get it into the drugs and alcohol free zone. The author wrote of bed-hopping and partying, adding: “No matter what your type, the Olympic Village can cater to it, providing the best physical examples on earth.”
Having completed competition, the athletes need to do something else to burn off their boundless energy.
“Like thoroughbred horses which haven’t had a run for a while, they get frisky. “The athletes stay in a tight-knit community where what happens in the Village stays in the Village, the book claims.
It is a promise that is easily kept, given the high-security, walled off community they spend the duration of the Games living in, protected from prying eyes.
Competitors’ sexual appetites seem to have soared since Seoul 1988, when just 8,500 condoms were made available.
For Barcelona in 1992, that number leapt up to 50,000. In the 2000 Sydney Olympics, organizers had to order 20,000 more after the initial allocation of 70,000 ran out.
However, the bed hopping may be slightly less frenetic with the London Games, since this year athletes’ partners will also be allowed into the Olympic Village for the first time.
(red ice creations)Edited by PCF Web desk.