My goodness, 2020 and Covid calamity has made some people lose their minds.
Add the Pennsylvania Health Department to that list.
Under the leadership of Dr. Rachel Levine, the health department issued new safety guidelines to follow when meeting at large gatherings “where you might have sex.”
Um, that’s called an orgy.
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First off, if you’re having sex at all, then you’ve already said screw the risks of Covid-19.
I think sexually transmitted infections would be a bigger concern for attending large gatherings “where you might have sex.” (orgies)
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen these bizarre Covid-19 sex regulations from government officials.
We received some advice from our neighbors up north on that earlier this year:
Wear a mask during sex, Canada's top health official says in COVID-19 era https://t.co/O1spb5oAIf
— KING 5 News (@KING5Seattle) September 5, 2020
Canada's top health official has some advice for people wanting to have sex during the COVID-19 pandemic:
Wear a mask, don't kiss and consider going solo. https://t.co/f4FPyZiZ2d
— 10 Tampa Bay (@10TampaBay) September 3, 2020
I don’t think we need to dive into detail about the “effectiveness” of masks.
If you’re reading this, you likely already know those damp cloths are worthless.
Instead of trying to dictate what citizens do in their bedrooms, how about public health officials focus on actual ways to protect yourself from Covid-19?
Like the remedies mentioned here:
To summarize, eating healthy, exercise and vitamen D diminishes CoVID severity. This common sense, scientifically based idea is openly derided by Canada's top public health official, who instead recommends wearing a damp dishcloth, even during sex. @justintrudeau @CPHO_Canada https://t.co/v80s4N18Wg
— Donald Welsh (@DonaldWelsh16) September 5, 2020
Instead, the Pennsylvania Health Department is worried about citizens having sex while wearing masks:
3. Protect yourself and your partners from COVID-19 during sex.
- Avoid kissing. Kissing can easily pass the virus.
- Wear a face covering or mask. 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 with those outside your household.
4. Skip sex if you or your partner are not feeling well.
- If you feel unwell, or even start to feel unwell, avoid kissing, sex or any close contact with others.
- If you have been exposed or think you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, avoid close contact with anyone outside your household and follow the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s guidance about how to prevent exposing others.
It’s just sad how far our society has fallen due to this Covid calamity.
You can’t go to church or dine indoors, but orgies are totally fine with the right precautions.
I’m going to rest my head for a little while.