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New York recommends glory holes in latest pandemic sex advice

Doctors say this reduces the heavy breathing & gasping that speeds the virus. Mutual wanking is also ok, but at a distance !

New Yorkers have long arms !

The Covid-19 pandemic has raised many issues that governments have not expected to face, prompting them to give advice that they never thought they should.

Imagine being elected on the basis of the freedom you were going to grant everyone, then a few months later telling them “stay inside, if you leave, you are breaking the law”. OK, imagine now having to take into account how excited your population is because they have not had sex in the past two or three months due to lockouts.

Well, this is the problem that many countries and cities face. In the United Kingdom, the government recently announced its recommendation to create “support bubbles” where people living alone can meet and spend the night in another household. He was immediately nicknamed the ” sex bubble“Or” booty bubble “online, through social media which is becoming more and more exciting. More in Spanish, the Barcelona police had to break an orgy because it broke the lock rules.

America is no different, and to help solve the problem, New York City has released new safety guidelines on how to have sex during the Covid-19 pandemic, which appear to include the recommendation of glory holes, among others.

NYC Health has given some of the advice you would expect, including having sex via video calls (a zoom boom as I am determined to call it), even recommending “sexy Zoom parties” (a room of the boom boom). Safe Covid’s sex advice also includes masturbation, hand washing and toys afterwards, or if you have to do it with someone else, do it with someone with whom you live.

There is also advice for people who want to have sex outside their own household, which goes without saying, will happen, so it’s best that singles and couples living separately have the advice they have. need – preaching abstinence never works.

“Sex is part of normal life,” says the guide. “During this protracted public health emergency, people will and should have sex. Consider using harm reduction strategies to reduce the risk to yourself, your partners and our community.

The guidelines, of course, recommend that you should not have sex with someone who has symptoms or has tested positive for Covid-19, while stressing that a positive antibody test does not mean “definitive immunity” . The Department of Health has conceded that we do not yet know whether Covid-19 can be spread by sex, but we do it is spread by saliva, mucus and breath, therefore, as recommended by d ” Other health professionals suggest he cover your face and avoid kissing.

“Maybe it’s your thing, maybe not, but during COVID-19, wearing a face covering that covers your nose and mouth is a good way to add a layer of protection during sex” says the memo. “Heavy breathing and gasping can spread the virus further, and if you or your partner have COVID-19 and don’t know it, a mask can help stop this spread.” ”

There is even a section that offers advice on how to have precise sex, and that’s where things get a little spicy. In addition to recommending that people avoid transferring saliva, semen, or feces (“avoid rimming”) and use protection, they also endorse the glory holes.

“Make it a little frizzy.” Be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, such as walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing face-to-face contact. ”

Yes, that “physical barriers like walls” part seems to be NYC recommending glory holes, and getting people to be creative with physical positions could be interpreted as the Department of Health approving doggy style as a sexual position. reason for the limitation of the face – face to face.

Everything that protects you and others, friends.


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