Call it corona silk.
Enthusiastic Swiss sex workers have devised several inventive ways for their colleagues to serve clients without spreading coronavirus – by doing “doggy style” and “reversing cowgirl”.
Opportunistic prostitutes drafted guidelines in the hope that Switzerland would lift a temporary ban on sex work imposed two months ago because of concerns about COVID-19, New York Post report.
Both sexual positions allow a safe distance between faces during a handkerchief, according to the advocacy group ProKoRe sex workers in Switzerland, where sex work is legal.
They claim that butchers can reduce the likelihood of contracting or transmitting the virus through water droplets attached to the missionary style (face to face).
In March, New York City officials released guidelines for pandemic sex, claiming masturbation is the safest way to avoid the corona virus and denounce sex acts such as “job reams”.
Healthline warns against contacting strangers in a recent article about corona sex.
At present, there is no evidence that having sex in a “doggy style” or “reverse cowgirl” position can reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19, which can cover a distance of 4 meters. Other proposed steps to avoid COVID include airing the room for at least 15 minutes after each steamy session, washing the sheets at a temperature of at least 60 degrees and requiring sex workers to wear face masks while working.
And if it’s not curly enough, the hook-up must be limited to 15 minutes, and the brothel must keep a record of customer contact information for a full month, according to the guidelines.
In the bill, ProKoRe called on Switzerland to raise the lock as an emergency issue, citing that the Swiss sex work hole is currently being filled by a secret whore ring, Watson reported.
Swiss leather traders are not the only ones who struggle to survive during the lock. Adult content creators claim that they get booted from the OnlyFans subscription platform as the site becomes more public.
Meanwhile, the closure of an insignificant business has forced an American sex worker to offer his services as a virtual girlfriend in exchange for groceries and Amazon gift cards.
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Originally published as Sex positions that ‘prevent’ the spread of the virus
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