Wednesday, 08 April 2020 13:09

Celibate times

Written by  The Hound

A mate of the Hound’s reckons the COVID lockdown must be getting serious when we are being told not to have casual sex during this time.

The NZ Aids Foundation recently sent out a warning against breaking the requirements of the lockdown to ‘engage in casual or anonymous sex’.

“People should not even be considering leaving the house for casual or anonymous sex and should not be inviting people into their homes,” said the foundation’s chief executive Jo Myers.

She recommended as alternatives to casual sex during the lockdown, consensual phone sex, webcam sex and masturbating!

“We acknowledge that sex will continue to be a part of our lives in the coming weeks and months,” Myers concluded.

Phew, that goodness for that!


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