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Can you get COVID-19 from sexual activity?

Is sex between strangers allowed and safe ?

This question keeps being asked of me here at Hamilton Hall as if I am the expert. I have suggested that like me - they could Google it.

No idea why some people cannot Google things for themselves.

We have already been through one pandemic which descimated our community where tens of thousands of young gay men died back in the late 80's and 90's - and we survived.

If you were not born back then and have grown up with HIV / AIDS, we survived by ABSTAINING - NO SEX - or at least SAFE SEX - because we were scared.


We took responsibility.

We were mature.

We were intelligent enough to figure out the dangers and we survived by keeping it safe. Once we knew how it was sexually transmitted, SAFE SEX became the norm. Tens of thousands of others who were not so safe - maybe because they thought it fake news, or maybe because they were just irresponsible or the dick was so huge they just had to sit on it - or maybe they were just with the wrong guy at the wrong time and these people have been dead and gone for decades now.

In one year I went to 14 funerals and only one was for a lady friend with cancer, as all the others were HIV related and all in their early - mid 30's. I was a sex worker from 1985 - 2000 and as a top, I fucked tens of thousands of men - always with a condom, and never even caught crabs. Not a single thing, and not even wankers cramp - which is very real thing. Maybe I was just lucky or maybe I took control of what I was prepared to do and how I was going to do it and always played safe and today I am still HIV Negative. I took responsibility for myself and those I was having sex with.

Many guys are just stupid - many are irresponsible - many just don't care and many thing ' live fast and die young' - which is fine but don't you fuking dare take me with you.

Naturally we all want to get back to having sex again - as many of us do not have a partner and have gone without sexual contact for over 5 months.

I searched the internet and found this piece below:- There are many such pages available and if you are to lazy to Google something yourself, then realise you part of the problem and not a guide out from under this chaos.

Answer From

All close contact (within 6 feet or 2 meters) with an infected person can expose you to the v

irus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) — whether you're engaged in sexual activity or not.

The virus spreads by respiratory droplets released when someone with the virus coughs, sneezes or talks. These droplets can be inhaled or land in the mouth or nose of a person nearby. Coming into contact with a person's spit through kissing or other sexual activities could expose you to the virus.


People who have COVID-19 could also spread respiratory droplets onto their skin and personal belongings. A sexual partner could get the virus by touching these surfaces and then touching his or her mouth, nose or eyes. In addition, the COVID-19 virus can spread through contact with feces. It's possible that you could get the COVID-19 virus from sexual activities that expose you to fecal matter.

There is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted through semen or vaginal fluids, but the virus has been detected in the semen of people who have or are recovering from the virus. Further research is needed to determine if the COVID-19 virus could be transmitted sexually.


Since some people who have COVID-19 show no symptoms, it's important to keep distance between yourself and others if the COVID-19 virus is spreading in your community. This includes avoiding sexual contact with anybody who doesn't live with you. If you or your partner isn't feeling well or think you might have COVID-19, don't kiss or have sex with each other until you're both feeling better. Also, if you or your partner is at higher risk of serious illness with COVID-19 due to an existing chronic condition, you might want to avoid sex.

The safest type of sexual activity during the COVID-19 pandemic is masturbation. Be sure to wash your hands and any sex toys used, both before and after masturbating. You might also consider engaging in sexual activity with partners via text, photos or videos, ideally using an encrypted platform to provide privacy protection.