Open Post: Hosted By The Canadian CDC Endorsing “Glory Holes” As A Way To Have Safe Sex During The Pandemic
The Canadian government is reportedly afraid of a spike in coronavirus cases and so they want to make sure the people are being safe. And at the same time, they know people are horny hos. Canada has a solution for that too! The Canadian Centre for Disease Control has suggested glory holes as a way of keeping those juices pumping without spreading disease… well, airborne ones at least…
Gas station bathrooms in Canada are about to get a surge in visits, but don’t worry, it’s government-sanctioned! Ish. TMZ says the CDC of British Columbia released some tips on living with coronavirus. A vaccine seems a while off and so navigating life while the infection is still popping off like this, is something to think about. BC knows that y’all wanna get freaky, and they want to help. The official CDC site suggests using a barrier during sex, and their own example is “glory holes.” I always wondered if it was “gloryhole” or “glory hole” but the government uses a space, so that makes it official.
Okay, so according to those instructions, you need to keep your mask on while getting it doggy-style from a dick poking through a hole. ROMANCE!
TMZ says that New York guidelines also suggest using a barrier for sex but didn’t call it a “glory hole.” Cowards! Of course “glory hole” trended on Twitter and social media did its thing:
The glory hole is complete. I told him it was unnecessary because we live in the same household, but he says he wants to adhere to the BC CDC’s sexual health advice, especially during a pandemic. I guess this is my kitchen now. pic.twitter.com/HsN7uyxHYw
— Li et Co (@lietcoinc) July 22, 2020
USA: use a mask!
BC: use a glory hole!
— Marc Carnes (@marccarnes) July 23, 2020
So how will you build your coronavirus glory hole? The numbers from coronavirus are undoubtedly about to take a nosedive thanks to these insanely helpful tips! Although I’m sure there will be an increase in the number of splinter and paper cut-related penile traumas.