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Distribution of “Condoms” to Athletes at the Olympics? 450,000 Not Enough? What’s the Mystery Behind?

Previously, in the 2014 Brazil World Cup, there were explicit requirements for abstinence, yet voices opposing abstinence were everywhere. The opposition arises from the belief that this monotonous, high-intensity training method could exacerbate the athletes’ anxiety, which could very likely affect their performance during competitions. Appropriate sexual activity is still very necessary. Ultimately, what directly relates to the athletes’ performance is not abstinence, but whether or not they indulge in desires. Moderate sexual activity and safe and healthy protective measures are the most responsible manifestations of athletes towards their own bodies.

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