Muskos' plan for paid sex breaks is really just a proposal to amend an existing work break given to employees for fitness and exercise. Employees currently get one paid hour off per week to go work out; Muskos is suggesting they should also be allowed to go home and have sex during that time. He said sex is often a form of exercise "and has documented positive effects on well-being," although employees could, of course, abuse the benefit and just work one hour less.
Sweden is no stranger to innovation at the workplace. For the past two years, a group of nursing homes ran an experiment involving shortened workweeks. Staff only had to log 30 hours per week - an average of six hours per day. Though employees were happier, the government ultimately decided it was too expensive a change.
Eventually people that are this "smart" will grow so weak that barbarians will take over their land.
Or perhaps this is an attempt to keep Sweden from being over-run. They are watching as other "under-reproducing" European countries are experiencing huge demographic shifts due to a combination of immigration and low reproductive rates among their traditional (for lack of a better word) populations.