The Huffington Post, February 22, 2010
Olympian Sex? Athletes To Use 100,000 Condoms
One of the Olympic stats most talked about around Vancouver this weekend wasn't medals or scores, per se, but condoms. One hundred thousand condoms are being given out in the Athletes' Village, which adds up to 14.6 condoms for each of the 6,850 athletes and officials expected to attend the Olympics and Paralympics. And apparently, that's what happens when you get the hottest, healthiest young people together for two weeks.
Also at The Tyee
Vancouver Sun, February 13, 2010
UBC researchers explore Olympic off-course behaviour
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's most prestigious university has put on some high-powered thinking caps to deal with top-of-mind issues during the Vancouver Winter Olympics — namely sex, drugs and dating.
While UBC students are on a two-week Olympic holiday, researchers at the school are asking whether major sporting events like the 2010 Winter Games are also a "moral holiday" for athletes and spectators alike.
The Whistler Question, Whistler, Thursday, Aug 30, 2007
Sex, Drugs, and the Men of Whistler
The private lives of Whistler guys have been under the microscope this summer as researcher Jennifer Mathews has asked young men to lay bare their sexual experiences under the influence of drugs and alcohol for her study.
Pique Magazine, Whistler, July 23, 2007
Catchy campaigns to catch STDs
Two women tackling issues of sexually transmitted diseases and sexual behaviour in Whistler