isn't just good at helping parents care for their babies, as demonstrated by
its generous parental-leave policies. A local Swedish official also wants to
help people create those babies.
Per-Erik Muskos, a councilman from the small town of Övertorneå, has announced
plans to give the municipality's 550
employees paid time off to have sex.
“There are studies
that show sex is healthy,” Muskos explaied, adding that couples in Sweden weren't
spending enough time together. “It's about having better relationships.
As in many developed countries, Sweden's fertility rate has been
gradually falling for the past several decades. In 1960, according to World Bank data, Swedish women had
an average of 2.2 children
– a rate scholars call “replacement fertility” as it tends to keep the
population steady. But by 2014
the rate had fallen to 1.9
children per woman.
THIS SWEDISH TOWN GIVE EMPLOYEES PAID LEAVE TO HAVE SEX 4.55SEEKER Tuesday, 28 February 2017 Sweden isn't just good at helping parents care for their babies, as demonstrated by its generous parental-leave policies. A local Swed...