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The New York City Health Department has released new Covid-19 sex guidance, the first time it has updated guidance since March, and the experts are still saying you can have sex, but they’ve come up with some new suggestions on how to stay safe during these weird pandemic times. First things first, NYC Health says wear a mask. I know, I know. Some of you can’t stand the mask thing and wearing one into the bedroom seems like an absolutely crazy idea. It’s one thing when Costco’s telling you a mask is required, it’s another when NYC Health is making sack suggestions. I get it.
Here are some other suggestions from NYC Health:
- Make it a little kinky. Be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, like walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing close face to face contact.
- If two is company then three (or more) is definitely a crowd. Large gatherings of any type are not safe during COVID-19. Close contact with multiple people should be avoided.
- Skip sex if you or your partner are not feeling well.
- If you or your partner have a medical condition that can lead to severe COVID-19 illness, you may also want to skip sex.
It’s all pretty logical stuff from the NYC health experts. Rimming is still out. And they’re suggesting to jump on a computer (maybe hit up Renee Gracie’s OnlyFans account?) for some of your hand-to-hand combat time if you can’t find a healthy partner to get down with.
Full guidance from the NYC Health Department can be found here.
You should limit close contact — including sex — with anyone outside your household. If you do have sex with others outside of your household, have as few partners as possible and ask about #COVID19 before you hook up! Learn more in our updated guidance: https://t.co/fjjkfGxPVa pic.twitter.com/M6ToHfnP28
— nychealthy (@nycHealthy) June 10, 2020