Politician In Sweden Proposes A ‘Special’ Kind Of Paid Break For Workers

(PCM) Forty-two year old Swedish politician Per-Erik Muskos has proposed that workers in the country be granted a very “special” kind of break. To put in bluntly, Muskos feels that workers should be granted an hour long break to go home and make love to their partners as a way to both improve relationships and boost childbirth.

Muskos claims that working couples are not able to spend enough quality time with one another and this in turn is affecting marriages and the overall population. He is quoted as saying, “Childbirth is encouraged” during this baby-making break time.

Muskos goes on to say that in addition to the overall relationship benefits the break would provide, it could also give workers a chance to exercise during their time away from the job. Sure … exercise … we get it! “When sex is also an excellent form of exercise with documented positive effects on well being, the municipality should kill two birds with one stone and encourage employees to use their fitness hour to go home and have sex with their partner”.

Workers in Sweden are already allotted two or three coffee breaks per day and parents are offered 480 days of paid leave split between both parents to deal with family affairs. It’s only natural that a sex break should be added in for good measure! Can we get this guy over here in the States? Sounds good to us!