Eyebrows raised while the government is having sex in your home with a person from another ILLEGAL household
British people question the government’s bizarre rules about making love – since sex is forbidden in your home with someone from another household, but technically it’s okay in the yard.
New coronavirus regulation says that no one should participate in a meeting that takes place in a public or closed space indoors and consists of two or more people.
Now only those with ‘reasonable excuses’ are allowed to collect privately – and sex is not one of the reasons mentioned.
Social media users are now mocking the bizarre technical details that prevent British people from making contact with people from other homes.
It’s because several lock restrictions were relaxed today, including six people from different households who could meet in public places or gardens, elementary schools that started returning, and opened more stores.
“Will the police use Tinder when it is illegal to have sex unless you live together?” Social media users are now mocking the bizarre technical details that are keeping British from hooking
‘Illegal sex sounds so hot’: a Simpsons fan posted an animated image of Homer’s drooling
A Twitter user suggested that any previously law-abiding single man would turn into a revolutionary kinship with Che Guevara after reading that ‘sex is now illegal’
About the new rules for sex, one person wrote on social media, “Will the police use Tinder now that it’s illegal to have sex unless you live together?”
Another posted a GIF from a drooling Homer Simpson and said, “Illegal sex sounds so hot.”
A third implied that any man who previously obeyed the law would become a revolutionary person like Che Guevara after reading that “sex is now illegal.”
A Twitter user said his wife would “ ban sex with people she lives with out of solidarity. ”
Another asked, “How do I apply to become one of the SEX POLITIES for this sexy time restraint?”
One of them said, “Not really happy with this so-called” sex ban. ” I’m sure it’s just that the NHS won’t be flooded in 9 months! ‘
A social media said: ‘Not really happy with this so-called’ sex ban ‘. I’m sure it’s just that the NHS won’t be flooded in 9 months! ‘
Reasonable apologies for meetings are elite athletes, funerals, vulnerable people, workers and divorced parents who see their children – not those looking for sex.
Police will keep an eye on garden parties as the closure closes and ask people to leave if they break Boris Johnson’s rules – but they can’t force them out of the premises, it was revealed today.
Officers will look out for groups of more than six people who socialize together and will respond when two people from different households meet in a home.
Britons are allowed to meet their friends for social fun and games starting today as the government eases some of the lock restrictions in force since March.
Groups of up to six people from different households are allowed to meet socially or practice certain sports under a partial relaxation of previous rules, allowing only two people to meet.
A Austin Powers fan posted a comment in which the international mystery man said ‘ouch baby … very ouch’ in response to a news report about the ban
A social media user joked that the act has always been illegal ever since [he] married ‘
“Half of Norfolk” would ignore the sex restriction, according to a Lord of the Rings fan
But as before, everyone involved should stay two feet apart if they don’t live together, with other strict measures designed to mitigate the risk during exercise or at gatherings like barbecues.
And in one of the most controversial aspects of the new rules, Boris Johnson has banned two people from different households from meeting for sex.
A document from the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and College of Policing said today, “Rather than demanding a reasonable excuse to leave a person’s place of residence, there are specific things that the public cannot do.
“A person may, for any reason, leave and remain in the place where he or she lives, subject to restrictions on meetings and lodging.”
The guidance given to officers regarding their powers to control overnight stays read: “You may only order someone to return home.
“There are no powers in the ordinances to remove anyone or to use force. Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) and Arrest, if applicable, still apply. ‘
In public places, the direction, removal and / or use of force can still be used, “the guidance said, adding,” If you are lawfully in a private place, you can only conduct a forbidden gathering to spread , or someone else return home at the meeting. FPNs and arrest still apply, if any. ‘
Previously, police chiefs said they were not empowered to enforce the government’s two-meter social distance guidelines.
NPCC Chairman Martin Hewitt said, “Personal responsibility is key as we all enjoy these new freedoms.
Police officers will still play a role if people break the rules in England and Wales. We continue to use common sense and discretion.
“Officers will commit, explain, encourage, and maintain, as a last resort only.”
How to have sex during the Covid-19 lockdown: Harvard experts say couples from different homes should avoid kissing, wearing masks, and disinfecting the bedroom to avoid spreading the disease
Having sex can spread the coronavirus – and only abstinence or masturbation has a low risk, scientists have warned.
Doctors from Harvard University in Boston have ranked different sexual scenarios based on how likely someone is to catch the coronavirus.
The most risky was having multiple sexual partners from different households, while the least risky was having sex until the virus disappeared.
They admitted that for many, abstinence from sex was “not feasible” and that doctors should be willing to discuss how to minimize the risk of patients getting Covid-19 during sex.
Avoiding kissing, wearing masks, and showering before and after sex can reduce the risk of contracting the virus, they said.
While telephone sex or sexting may be appropriate for adults, the researchers warned that it could lead to other problems, such as blackmail, and increased online sexual predation during the pandemic.
In their study, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, the team ranked sexual scenarios in the following order of risk:
- Abstinence – No sexual contact whatsoever. Behavior does not pose a risk of infection, “although unfeasible for many.”
- Masturbation – “Low risk of infection”.
- Sexual activity on digital platforms – Low risk of infection, but potential for online abuse, legal complications from screenshots, not suitable for minors due to its potential for abuse or illegality.
- Sex with people in the household – High risk of infection if partner catches the virus outdoors.
- Sex with people from other households – High risk of infection, especially if there are multiple partners.
The UK government, when lifting some strict lockdown rules, clarified today that any physical contact – including sex – with someone you don’t live with still violates the rules.
And a survey of 900 adults in the UK found that only four out of ten have had sex since the start of lockdown, with young married couples likely having.
Locking rules in Britain prevent someone from having sex with someone who doesn’t live at home. A survey found that only four out of ten British adults have been sexually active since the closure started in May (stock image)
Researchers at Harvard University in Boston said abstinence (no sex) or masturbation was the lowest-risk option, but there were measures couples could take to prevent the spread of the virus, including wearing masks and avoiding of kissing
Guidelines from British officials today said: ‘Close contact with people from other households means a much higher risk of transmission, and according to scientific advice, we cannot safely allow people to see people they do not live with without the risk that the virus is spreading.
“We recognize how difficult this is for people – especially those who live alone and we are constantly monitoring this.”
Some users on Twitter joked that the rule only seems to apply to indoor sex – not outdoors.
But people are still forbidden to come within two meters (6’6 “) of someone who does not live in their household.
Researchers don’t yet know if the coronavirus can infect people from sperm or vaginal fluids if someone has sex with a person infected with the virus. No study has been successful in proving that the virus is present and contagious in sexual fluids.
However, the close contact that is inevitable with sex means that people are at high risk of contracting the virus when it is in the air or on a surface that both people have touched.
SWISS BROTHELS CAN REOPEN AFTER SEX WORKERS LIST ‘SAFE’ POSITIONS THAT DO NOT SPREAD COVID
Swiss brothels have been given the green light to open on June 6 when the country leaves the fence, with strict health rules, including keeping your face ‘one forearm length apart’ during sex.
Doggy style and reverse cowgirl are the two positions that would meet the new rule – but threesomes are out and ‘anal practices’ require gloves.
Anonymity is also a thing of the past, as customers’ personal data must be kept for four weeks in case they are needed for contact tracking.
Rules established by a sex workers group also require that masks be worn and sheets washed, if possible, after each client has left to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Prostitution has been legal in Switzerland since 1942, and industry group ProKoRe is lobbying the government to restart it as soon as possible.
Their wish was granted when the Swiss Ministry of Health listed ‘erotic affairs’ on a list of activities that could be resumed on June 6.
ProKoRe has already drawn up an exhaustive list of rules that are distributed to individual brothels and agreed with sex workers.
“During sex, positions in which droplet transfer is low should be used,” the guidelines say, referring to the tiny particles thought to spread the virus.
“There will be no services with close face contact. There should be a distance of at least one forearm length between the two people. ‘
The rules go further: “Services involving two or more customers are not offered.
‘Wearing a mouth and nose cover is recommended for all services. Anal exercises only take place with gloves. ‘
The rules also state that rooms used by prostitutes should be aired for at least 15 minutes between each meeting.
Sheets should be washed at 140F (60C) after each client is done, and both the client and the sex worker should ideally shower before and after the shower.
In addition, “all customers are advised that contact details are recorded and kept for four weeks for contact tracking.”
The guidelines also apply to cars, whose number plates can be registered to ensure that infected customers can be detected later.
Harvard experts, led by Dr. Jack Turban, in a paper addressed to doctors, said, “Patient[s] should be advised of the risk of infection by partners. ‘
The team admitted that it was unlikely that people would report not having sex, and therefore suggested risk mitigation measures.
These measures include avoiding a partner if they had coronavirus symptoms, not kissing, or activities involving contact with feces, urine, or sperm.
They suggested that couples should consider wearing masks, showering before and after sex, and disinfecting the area where they had sex afterward.
Dr. Jack Turban and colleagues said, “There is no data on sexual transmission routes.
Two small studies of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 found no virus in semen or vaginal secretions …
Moreover, these data are questionable, since any personal contact carries a significant risk of disease transmission due to the stability of the virus on common surfaces and the tendency to reproduce in the [throat] and respiratory system. ‘
They said studies had suggested that urine and feces may have been infected by the coronavirus, but it was not clear whether they were contagious.
Dr. Turban and colleagues said that the public was almost certain that they would not be following a rule that prevented them from having sex.
They said, “For the population as a whole, a recommendation for long-term sexual abstinence is unlikely to be effective, given the well-documented failures of abstinence-based public health interventions and their opportunity to promote shame.”
A study by scientists from the universities of Anglia Ruskin, in Cambridge and Ulster in Northern Ireland, found that only 39.9 percent of Britons say they have been sexually active while incarcerated.
The study found that six out of ten people in the UK have not had sex in two months since the strict social distance rules.
Non-cohabiting partners are dispersed by the rules, not allowed within 2 meters of each other unless they hastily lived together after the announcement.
Younger couples were the group most likely to still be sexually active, the study found.
The scientists said it was worrying because regular sex can improve heart and brain health, as well as their mental well-being.
Dr. Lee Smith said, “When we started this study, we expected that there would be a high level of sexual activity while socially isolating at home, but interestingly we found it to be very low.
This low level of sexual activity can be explained by people who are currently feeling anxious and stressed because of the pandemic and are not in the mood to participate in the act.
In addition, those who are not married or living together may not be able to meet their sexual partners at this time, nor will those who use online apps to facilitate casual sex currently be able to.
Much of my previous research has shown that a frequent and hassle-free sex life is important for increased enjoyment of life and general mental health, and this is especially true for older adults.
“However, this study showed that older adults were less likely to engage in sexual activity than younger adults.”
The study of Dr. Lee was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.