According to the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), there are no risks involved with engaging in sexual activity with strangers, just so long as both parties wear a face mask at all times. You read that right: Sex during the plandemic is no big deal as long as you don't forget your cloth covering!
The BCCDC claims that the only thing necessary to prevent infection with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) during random sexual encounters with strangers is to wear a mask, which is apparently now the be-all, end-all cure for the plandemic.
In a guide entitled, "COVID-19 and Sex," the BCCDC warns that "messages that discourage or shame people from sexual contact can be harmful and may discourage people from seeking essential sexual health services." In other words, there is never a time, even during a plandemic, to tell people that they cannot have sex with whomever they want.
The only caveat, the guide further contends, is that people who want to have wild and crazy sex is that they slap on that blue rectangular piece of cloth and plastic, which will prevent the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) from transferring via "face touching" and "kissing."
Because of this, the BCCDC is also recommending that people avoid having "traditional" sexual relations, and instead opt for "alternatives" such as "glory holes," or holes in the wall where one's sexual organs can be inserted for "no face contact" relations.
Nowhere in this BCCDC guide is the suggestion made that it is probably not a good idea to have random sex, especially during a plandemic. The only thing to be worried about is that dreaded face-to-face contact, which the BCCDC and apparently the Democrat Party insist is the only way that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) transfers, and only when people do not wear masks.
"Notably, most of the potential dangers identified by the BC-CDC are non-issues for married couples, who tend to contract the same ailments with or without sex because they live together, and spouses tend to be regularly appraised of each other’s health status," notes Calvin Freiburger, writing for LifeSiteNews.
"The double-standard between uncompromising restrictions on religious assembly and economic activity on the one hand and the high prioritization of sexual gratification on the other has been a recurring element of the COVID-19 response."
These hilariously stupid recommendations – and quite sad recommendations if you really stop to think about it – directly reflect similar ones made by Anthony Fauci, the current director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
According to Fauci, people should never "shake hands again" because of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), though when asked about random sex and the smartphone apps that facilitate it, Fauci said it was "tough" to make a determination about this because "everybody has their own tolerance for risks," and it is ultimately "your choice" what you decide to do in the sex department.
"It's safe to find glory holes but shut down the churches and make sure you wear a mask in public places or a park. What a completely travesty of justice and morality!" wrote one LifeSiteNews commenter.
"Satan is alive and well and living on planet earth," wrote another.
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