Jul 30, 2021; Tokyo, Japan; Ema Rajic (CRO) dives into the pool in the women's 50m freestyle heats during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Summer Games at Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Mandatory Credit: Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports | Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports

The 2024 Paris Summer Olympic Games are just over four months away, and the Paris organizers are here for it.

And so are the athletes.

That’s the message being sent to the mostly 20-something set of athletes who will be congregating in Paris this Summer to compete at the Olympic Games.

According to reports, organizers have ordered 300,000 condoms for the athletes during the Games. That amounts to about 30 condoms per athlete.

That number is actually down from the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, when each athlete was allotted over 40 condoms.

The average number of sexual partners an American male experiences in a lifetime is about seven.

Paris organizers have themselves… ahem… covered.

Gay athletes are another issue. Make no mistake, gay and other athletes who have sex with the same sex have much higher rates of sexual intercourse and sex interaction.

And as they find their way to Sun City, the premier gay sex club in Paris, they might run out.


Still, the signal of organizers by ordering 30 condoms per athlete is… certainly fun. And “safer!”

It will be interesting to see how athletes discuss the clear prominence of condoms at the Paris Summer Olympic Games.

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