Russian Legislator Warns Against World Cup Sex

At least the World Cup baby boom may help increase Russia’s birth rate.

As soccer fans head to Russia for this year’s World Cup, a member of parliament is warning Russians against engaging in…

Tamara Pletnyova, head of the family, women and children's affairs committee in the Russian parliament, said that Russian women should not have “intimate relations” with World Cup visitors per a report in The Telegraph. Pletnyova said that she is concerned that children of foreigners would ultimately be taken abroad.

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