Is there no end to this lunacy? I thought we dealt with this some weeks ago, but noooo, there are still those out there waiting to see whether enough moronic suggestions transmitted into rational brains can coalesce into a focused beam and make them explode.
And can there be no ending to the devastation wrought by Harvard University? When that corrupt idiot-factory isn’t busy selling its parent civilization to the Red Chinese, it’s wasting money coming up with research like this: “hooking up carries some risk for transmitting COVID-19 from one partner to the other and recommends — among other practices — wearing a face mask while doin’ it.”
“Researchers recommend wearing a mask for the riskiest sexual scenario: sex with people other than those with whom one is quarantined.” If you want to get busy with someone who wants to stay masked…let’s just say you might want to reevaluate your relative risk profile.
Did these jerks not watch “Basic Instinct”? Sex with anyone is risky, riskier still if it’s a crazed sociopath you met over cocktails. And as any divorce attorney can tell you, stewed rabbit ain’t the worst possible outcome.
“The safest approach to sexual activity, according to the researchers, is not having any. Abstinence, they say, is ‘low risk for infection, though not feasible for many.’” So the legions of couch-riding, Mountain Dew-swilling, video gladiators are the lowest risk visitors when they open the nursing homes back up, although they won’t have any salacious tales to hide from granny over Sunday dinner.
There you have it. As if the recent tribulations of unemployment, cabin fever, toilet paper shortages, social distancing, riots, and Burger King’s new meatless hamburger haven’t been quite enough, now if someone wants to snap a bean and is lucky enough to find a willing partner, here come the health nags to advise mask wearing in the throes.
From the Annals Of Internal Medicine: “For some patients, complete abstinence from in-person sexual activity is not an achievable goal. In these situations, having sex with persons with whom they are self-quarantining is the safest approach.” Am I the only one laughing at that verbiage? Is the author that comedically brilliant, or just that obtuse?
“During all conversations, HCPs should express a nonjudgmental stance to encourage comfortable discussion and minimize shame.” Oh, I have got a truckload of judgment for anyone who thinks that wearing a mask during sex is any sort of viral risk-reduction, or that anyone at that point cares.