Toronto Says Not To Face Each Other During Sex To Avoid Getting COVID-19
Getting down to business is complicated in the era of social distancing, and Toronto Public Health knows that.
The City has released its COVID-19 sex advice , which includes ideas about how to flatten the curve in the bedroom.
Apparently, one way to do that is to opt for positions that don't require face-to-face contact.
Consider sexual positions that avoid being face-to-face.
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"Be creative and find ways to include using masks during sex, especially with a partner you do not live with," the City suggests.
"Wash your hands before and after having sex, whether alone or with a partner," the guide also says. And, of course, don't touch your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
There are other ways to avoid direct contact, too. British Columbia's advice is to use glory holes or walls "that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact."
"A safe and pleasurable sex life is an important part of mental health and wellbeing," the City writes .
However, the safest sex you can have right now is with yourself, someone you live with, or a virtual partner.