Whenever 15,000 athletes and officials descend from the Olympic Village in Atlanta, they are going to find significantly more than a diversions that are few. You will find film theatres, souvenir shops, a coffeehouse, a party club, a bowling alley—even an electric games pavilion, home into the latest in high-tech arcade devices, and a socalled surf shack, where athletes can explore online. In a nutshell, the Olympic Village will undoubtedly be a mini-city—with all the interruptions that the full-fledged cosmopolitan community is offering. But possibly the many distraction that is powerful Atlanta should be one that’s more than the Olympic Games: the attraction of relationship as well as its natural corollary, intercourse. Continue reading