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DSN:Competitors at the Air Sex World Championships event.

asked Mar 19, 2015 in Articles by longhands1 (77,000 points)

Competitors at the Air Sex World Championships event in Austin, Texas at the Alamo Drafthouse.

The Air Sex World Championships is a touring event in which participants are judged on an “air sex” performance, much like that of an air guitar solo. The best performers in each city are then eligible to participate in the National Championships show, taking place this year in Austin, TX, where the event was started in 2009 by comedian Chris Trew.

The rules are simple:

Time: Contestants have about 2 minutes to perform an Air Sex routine. This can include all phases of an Air Sex encounter: meeting, seduction, foreplay and intercourse, or you can simply cut to the chase.

Music: Competitors must perform to music. You can either email your MP3 (along with your stage name) to Chris AT, bring a CD of your performance track with you, or you can choose from our selection of Air Sex music.

Other Rules: Unlike air guitar, there are not many other rules. Props are allowed, groups are allowed. The only important rule is that all sexual climaxes must be simulated, not real, and you must have at least one invisible person (or object) that you are making love to.”

“The Air Sex Championship is not only the world’s greatest form of entertainment -- it’s also educational and inspiring,” the tour’s commissioner, Chris Trew, told HuffPost Weird News. “It’s a celebration of sex, a positive sex show. You’re making love to an invisible person or object.”











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