Harvard University Research Suggests Having Sex With Masks On Or Don’t Have It At All. This Is A Dry, Dry Year
The moment we were hit with coronavirus, I knew that the world would never be the same. And 12 weeks down the line, we can be assured that it isn’t. From work from home becoming the new normal, and people forgetting what human touch even feels like if it is not from someone you live with, the world seems to have issued guideline for almost everything. Be it drinking, eating, working or even breathing, there are rules that must be adhered to. And while all that was still expected to come, what wasn’t are the new guidelines for sex that are being released across countries. Spoiler alert: It doesn’t have a happy ending.
After the UK Government announced that having sex with someone you’re not living with during this time is now illegal, we now have studies from Harvard University that show how sex can be a legit way to spread coronavirus. Therefore, with the scare keeping everyone on their toes, the researchers have suggested couples and individuals tstart taking preventive measures in the bedroom which includes wearing a mask. Basically, kissing can be bid goodbye during these times.
And we can’t help but wonder how this takes all the fun right out of sex. We think of this research like dementors in a Harry Potter movie, taking all the fun from the act. Think about it, with recommendations of cleansing thoroughly before and after sex, making use of masks and gloves, and not indulging in kissing, suddenly sex has become more mechanical than emotional.
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— IZZY (@izzyreyes___) March 15, 2020
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With the study from Harvard that covers all the scenarios of sexual activities that are most likely to leave you grumpy and unsatisfied, we don’t have any hopes from it. One of the most recommended ideas have been total abstinence and/or masturbation to avoid any contraction of the virus. Dr Jack Turban who was the study lead researcher said, “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.”
In fact, the recent law that has been released by UK government only allows for people to meet under ‘reasonable excuses’, and much to the disappointment of the dissatisfied youth, sex is not one of those excuses. Guess, it’s a dry year over all for the entire world! Meanwhile, the single folks are rejoicing, for misery loves company, and we are just hoping that we can go back to a reality where touching or kissing won’t be forbidden anymore!