LULA LULA: Sǝx officially declared as a sport – Here’s what you need to know about the competition


Sweden has officially declared ƨǝx as a sport and is all set to host its first-ever ƨǝx competition this week.

The people participating in the ƨǝx competition will engage in ƨǝx sessions which can go up to six hours daily.

The winners of the ƨǝx competition will be decided by a panel of judges and the audience will also influence the final decisions.

The European ƨǝx Championship will start on Wednesday and span over a period of six weeks with participants engaging in ƨǝxuɑl activities from 45 minutes to 1 hour daily, depending upon the duration of their matches.

The report claims that the audience will also influence the decision of the ƨǝx competitions and will notice several aspects of the ƨǝxuɑl activity. The final decision on the winners will be arrived at after considering the factors like the chemistry between the couple, knowledge about ƨǝx, endurance level, etc.

More points for knowledge of ‘Kamasutra’

Notably, the knowledge of ‘Kamasutra,’ the Sanskrit scripture on ƨǝx and er0ticism, will also play a role in the decision making and the participants will get points on the basis of their knowledge regarding the knowledge of ‘kamasutra.’

Moreover, the championship has encouraged people from different ƨǝxuɑll orientations and affirms its respect for diversity.

The organisers of the ƨǝx competition believe that ƨǝxuɑl orientation can play a significant role in the competition and influence the outcome of the matches.

Expressing their excitement over the event, the organisers of the ƨǝx competition said that the incorporation of ƨǝxuɑl orientation as a part of sporting tactics will be a ground-breaking development among European countries.

Social media is filled with diverse reactions from users over the announcement of ƨǝx competition with people supporting the move to remove the inhibitions related to ƨǝx while others have expressed scepticism.

— LiveMint

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