Paid sex break proposed to be introduced in a city in Sweden


Muskos said he sees no reason why the motion should not pass. The 42-year-old politician also cited sex’s health benefits as a primary reason for the paid break. In fact, studies suggest sex can help boost your memory, improve your immunity, and lower your blood pressure. Some critics however have suggested enforcing the policy would be difficult (as some people could lie and take a walk instead). Swedish employees work the fewest hours, compared with the rest of Europe. In 2015, they worked an average of 1685 hours per year. Brits worked an average of 1,900 hours and Germans 1,847 hours. To remember, Sweden consistently ranks among the happiest nations in the world.


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