The CDC Is Recommending Using ‘Glory Holes’ To Help Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus
The CDC Is Recommending Using ‘Glory Holes’ To Help Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus
The CDC Is Recommending Using ‘Glory Holes’ To Help Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus
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The CDC Is Recommending Using ‘Glory Holes’ To Help Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus

In the current pandemic, people are doing everything they possibly can to protect themselves - even at the expense of their sexual satisfaction. Fortunately for them, glory holes exist.

Are you still in the mood for sex despite the coronavirus pandemic? For some people, the answer is yes, but for others, the idea is completely unthinkable.

However, it turns out that online dating has become very popular during recent lockdown. The number of users on dating apps has doubled and there is no doubt that it is the safest way to avoid becoming infected and infecting others with the virus. But recently, life seems to be gradually returning back to normal and for some people, this also means that their sex lives should be as well.

So what if we told you that there was a way to get your kicks that still keeps you safe? Well it turns out that the Canadian authorities have found the answer to this problem and it might reassure people who are afraid of becoming infected.In a public statement, the Centre for Disease Control in British Columbia made quite a blunt proposal to their residents. They said:

Use barriers, like walls (e.g., glory holes).

What is a ‘glory hole’?

Glory holes are a way to have sex, in which the male genitals are inserted into a hole in the wall in order to be satisfied by a partner on the other side. Both men and women can engage in this practice.

This type of sex can not only help spice it up in the bedroom, but it can also limit contact between partners. And if that sounds good, just keep reading.

The Centre for Disease Control also recommends other measures to keep physical contact as limited as possible during sex:

  • Wash your body and hands with soap and water before and after sex
  • Avoid or limit kissing and saliva exchange
  • Choose sexual positions that limit face-to-face contact
  • Use condoms, lubricant and dental dams
  • Wear a mask during intercourse

But all these precautionary measures aside, don’t forget that sex is good for your physical health and your psychological well-being.

Check out the video at the top of this article for more information.

By Lindsay Wilson

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