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While pointing out the facts that governments instituting strict lockdown policies have robbed people of their Constitutional and Bill of Rights, now, they have made moves to control bedroom behavior.
Beyond the laundry list of new regulations and phased-in opening restrictions of stores and restaurants, which not only are limiting the amount of customers allowed in at a time and are costly and destructive to business, the NYC Health Department has now intruded into the personal business of sex.
Putting hard-earned tax dollars to work for the betterment of the plantation workers of Slavelandia, the health “officials” have issued an updated “Safer Sex and COVID-19” guide.
Straight out of Mad Magazine Playbook, among their brilliant conclusions, the NYC health hierarchy has officially sanctioned that it is healthy to engage in video dates, sexting, erotic “Zoom parties,” and sexy chat rooms.
Despite stating in the beginning of the Guide, “We know that other coronaviruses do not easily spread through sex… this means sex is not likely a common way that COVID-19 spreads,” the NYC Health Department warns we need to “consider using harm reduction strategies to reduce the risk to yourself, your partners, and our community.”
The Masked Man… and Woman
 Among the highlighted precautions, they have decided no kissing is allowed: “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.”
The grossness and intrusion of the bureaucratic mindset is detail in the explicitness of their instructions:

  • “Make it a little kinky. Be creative with sexual positions that allow sexual contact while preventing close face to face contact.”
  • “Masturbate together… use physical distance and face coverings to reduce the risk.”
  • “Condoms and dental dams can reduce contact with [bodily fluids] during sex.”
  • “Washing up before and after sex is more important than ever. Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Wash sex toys with soap and warm water. Disinfect keyboards and touch screens that you share with others.
  • “Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands. Bring an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

And to ensure we stay fearful and anxious about physical contact until a vaccine wipes out COVID-19, the NYC Health Department Guide warns that even if your sex partner has been tested for the virus, there are no guarantees:

  • “Having antibodies against the virus that causes COVID-19 or a prior positive diagnostic test do not mean definite immunity. Use test results with caution in helping you make decisions about sex. Be cautious in using these tests to make decisions about who you have sex with and what kind of sex you have since antibody test results are not definite proof of immunity.”

Fearful Warnings Continue Despite No Evidence
If you need some Ivy League credentials to convince you to be anxious about sex and COVID, check out the article Sexual Health in the SARS-CoV-2 Era,published in the 8 May Annals of Internal Medicine.
There, too, they recommend wearing masks during sex and to avoid kissing. The article states, “Because many SARS-CoV-2–infected people are asymptomatic, HCPs (Health Care Practitioners) are left with little to offer beyond guidance to not engage in any in-person sexual activity.”
Yet, at the same time, the authors of the study acknowledge: “Messaging around sex being dangerous may have insidious psychological effects at a time when people are especially susceptible to mental health difficulties.”
The Mayo Clinic also agrees with wearing masks as a key element of safe sex, but offers no evidence. On 11 June, they published a report by Dr. William F. Marshall III, who advises the safest strategy is to avoid sex altogether:
“Beyond sex, there are other ways to create or maintain intimacy with a partner at a distance. Go on virtual dates together, share music you enjoy, write letters to one another or dress up for each other.”
It should be noted that after all of the “no kissing” warnings and face mask/dental dam cajoling, the Mayo Clinic article make it clear that further testing needs to be done to confirm whether the coronavirus can even be transmitted through sexual activity.
TRENDPOST: As we have detailed since the media began hyping COVID Hysteria in January, politicians have seized on it to dictate virtually every aspect – as disgustingly evidenced by their sex rules – of one’s professional and personal life.  
Indeed, to illustrate the crudeness and mental derangement of the sexual rules and regulations that are being made up and broadcast to the public, the esteemed Annals of Internal Medicine also states, “However, the relevance regarding sexual transmission remains unknown.”
Yet, they enter the bedroom to continue to sell Fear and Hysteria… and a majority of the public keeps obeying the imbecilic, data-deficient dictates of their dictators.

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