The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control has unveiled some guidelines for people who continue to have sex during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it appears the government agency is rather familiar with an act that involves a barrier between parties.
A release from the CDC suggests some basics like washing your sex toys and body with soap and water, limiting kissing and saliva exchange, choosing positions that limit face-to-face contact, and using “barriers, like walls (e.g., glory holes), that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact.”
The BC Centre for Disease Control is recommending using “glory holes” to practice safe sex during the pandemic — and I just want to know if this is a common thing people have in their homes. pic.twitter.com/sS7vmFuCDa
— Kamil Karamali (@KamilKaramali) July 21, 2020
the BC government reccomending all of us use glory holes for safety during the pandemic is how i know we are all in the bad place
— mk (@mkbowyer) July 21, 2020
Hats off to British Columbia’s CDC for not backing from engaging in a discussion that many would consider a little too kinky for official government communication!
So… invest in a jabsaw and uh start cutting some holes in the drywall!