Denmark was going through a serious dry spell last year, with the birth rate at a 27-year low.
First came a new steamy ad from Spies Travel, the creators of the earlier viral hit, ‘Do it for Denmark'. ” played the guilt card by telling Danes they should make their parents happy by giving them a grandchild.
Along came Spies Travel, with aptly the named ad, "Do it for Denmark! Looks like this ad really helped with the baby makin'!
The video has been seen nearly eight million times.
Just a week later, the City of Copenhagen hopped on board with its own push to get young people to have babies.
According to the fertility awareness organization Dansk Fertilitetsselskab, 20 percent of Danish men never become fathers while 12 percent of Danish woman either never have children or don't have as many as they'd like.
Other attempts to boost Denmark's falling birth rate have included changing the public school system's sex education curriculum and getting parents to pledge to have more sex in order to save public institutions.
' while another asks women if they've “counted their eggs today”.
That same year, the average age for becoming a first-time parent in Denmark was 29.1 years, a full five years older than in 1970, and up to ten percent of all children born in Denmark are now conceived only after fertility treatment.
According the "Danmark's Statistic" , the official National Statistics Bureau, the country's expecting a baby boom this summer, with 14% more births than last year. If parents proved holiday conception success, they'd win three years of free baby products .
" The ad says, 10% of Danish babies are conceived while mom and dad are on "vacay", because well, they get their beds rockin' about 46% more while "on holiday." The ad, which has over 9 million views, must be working like a charm!
It produced a campaign to remind Copenhageners that fertility won't last forever.
One of the campaign materials features a picture of sperm cells with the text ‘Are they swimming too slowly?
Denmark Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, sex shops, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Denmark, Europe. The main part of it is Jutland, a peninsula north of Germany, but also with a number of islands, including the two major ones, Zealand and Funen, in Østersøen Sea between Jutland and Sweden.