No bull, it’s real, Germany has set up a website to encourage people to have safe, consensual sex with their residents. It’s called “Zanzu: My body in words and images“.
According to The Local, the website was designed to ‘give migrants who have been in Germany for a short time, the opportunity to inform themselves on sexual and reproductive health.’
Confusing. Could that apply to tourists?
This is not a private venture, the website was actually paid for and is operated by a goverment agency, the German Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA), a specialist authority within the portfolio of the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG).
It’s pretty strange, and several news outlets are reporting different things. Some are saying that the website has been set up to encourage tourists to have sex with their residents, others are saying that it’s an educational tool for refugees who’ve been in Germany for a while.
Either way, it’s a bit weird.
And it seems to suggest that grown men and women don’t know what masturbation is despite the fact that pretty much every single person on planet Earth has touched themselves since they were a teenager.
You can check out the website here, but be warned… it’s weird.
The website has a section called: ‘Reasons To Have Sex’.
“You can have sex for different reasons. For example, because you want to: have children; experience sexual pleasure; express love and other feelings; experience intimacy; and relax”. That last one is my favourite.
The default page is in German, but no problem, the website is available in 12 languages, including English.
The website gets graphic in showing the erogenous zones for many people, sexual pleasure, first-time sex, relationships and feelings, rights and law and so on. Other advice tell women to ‘not swallow’ after performing oral sex on a man.
There also a lot of talk about sexual violence: that ‘sexual coercion, sexual abuse, and rape’, are crimes, and anyone who commits them will be ‘severely punished for it’.
The information here is purely for entertainment purposes. No "sex tourism" or "sex travel" promotion is expressed or implied. Any opinion expressed is purely that of the author.