The University of Georgia faced widespread mockery after they advised students to consider wearing a face mask during sex.
“Heavy breathing and panting can further spread the virus, and wearing a mask can reduce the risk,” the university’s health center wrote on its website. “Avoid kissing and be create with sexual positions that reduce close face-to-face contact.”
The university also recommended that youngsters have a heart-to-heart conversation about the China virus before jumping into bed.
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“You are your safest sex partner,” they wrote. “Practice solo sex, or limit the number of sexual partners you have.”
But after people posted the entry on Facebook and other social media, the university removed the advice.
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“The information was consistent with language that appears on multiple health and medical sites across the country, including the Mayo Clinic. However, when the information was mocked, ridiculed and criticized on social media, we decided to take it down,” UGA spokesman Greg Trevor told OnlineGeorgia.
Notice that the university did not rescind their recommendations to wear a face mask. They actually believe wearing a face mask during intercourse is the best way to save your life during fornication.
Why not just tell the kids to wear a paper bag over their heads?
University of Georgia’s response to COVID: wear face masks during sex.
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