Organizers of a sex fest to mark International Orgasm Day were forced to cancel the event after public pressure became too intense, reports Ynetnews. The sex fest, to be the largest of its kind in Israel, was meant to promote world peace, the article states.
The orgy was organized by the Raelian movement, a UFO religion whose followers believe humankind was created by aliens. The group's spokesman, Kobi Drori, said that the orgy was meant to include straights, gays, lesbians and bisexuals, all of them over 18.
"The purpose of the event was to try and bring world peace through mass orgasm, this by experiencing consensual sex and natural, uninterrupted pleasure. It was important to make love without feeling guilty or shy," he explained.
The Raelian website provides information on the group behind the sex fest.
The Raelian Revolution is boldly bringing about a complete paradigm shift on our planet. The Messages given to Rael by our human Creators from space contain the world's most fearlessly individualistic philosophy of love, peace, and non-conformism: a beautiful combination of spirituality, sensuality, and science.
You can also check out this website dedicated to Global Orgasms. It states that December 21 was the third annual Global Orgasm Day.
WHO? All Men and Women, you and everyone you know.
WHERE? Everywhere in the world, but especially in countries with weapons of mass destruction and places where violence is used in place of mediation.
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