If in addition to lunch you had an extra paid hour-long break to do whatever you’d want, what would it be? Would you sneak in another couple of episodes of the Santa Clarita Diet? Would you go out on a second lunch believing the first to be an appetizer? Or would you leave your workplace to have sex, then just kind of lay there for the remaining 50 minutes?

If you chose that last option, you should perhaps consider moving to Overtornea, Sweden, because that’s the exact proposal Per-Erik Muskos, a small-town politician, recently advocated, according to Swedish paper The Local. “There are studies that show sex is healthy,” Muskos said. “It’s about having better relationships.”

The 42-year-old doesn’t see any reason why the motion won’t be passed, though he did point out that “you can’t guarantee that a worker doesn’t go out for a walk instead.” He believes the Swedes aren’t spending enough time with each other and is positive his proposal would help change that, strengthening the relationship as well as citizens’ overall health. He’s not wrong. Sex has proven to make couples feel closer throughout the workday and the act itself boasts a ton of physical benefits as well.

Should the proposal not pass, it’ll be hard to feel pity given that Swedes already have it pretty damn good over there. For one, they work fewer hours than most other countries (us included) and enjoy 480 paid days–yes, that’s 4-8-0–of paternal leave. Paternal!

Ready to move? Perhaps their local newspaper’s listings could be of assistance.