Young people urged to try teledildonics and phone sex to limit spread of Covid

Young people in Ireland have been urged by their government to try teledildonics or phone sex instead of getting together physically with people they fancy.

Ireland’s Health Service Executive [HSE ] issued the advice in not only a bid to control the spread of coronavirus but to remind people about sexual health generally.

In their new information campaign the HSE and the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) say people should consider masturbating or having “phone sex” or “internet sex” rather than risk close contact with someone they don’t live with.

Even if you do have regular old, fashioned sex, guidance from the HSE and the IPU recommended people should be washing their hands with soap and water for 20 seconds before and after sex.



The new information campaign, which encourages young people to source sexual health information from pharmacies, is called ‘Play It Safe!’

Leaflets on display in pharmacies will offer advice on how to stop coronavirus being spread through sexual activity.

People are being reminded that they should “only be sexually active with a partner living in [the same] household”.



Young people urged to try teledildonics and phone sex to limit spread of Covid

The leaflet advises people to limit themselves to as few sexual partners as possible, and preferably to stick with one regular partner if they can.

It advises: “Consider masturbation or remote sexual activity (eg, online) as alternative to physical sexual activity with others.”

53 new cases of Covid-19 have been diagnosed in Ireland this week, bringing the total of confirmed infections to 26,162. The death toll remains static at 1,763.

Of those new cases 80% are aged under 45.



Young people urged to try teledildonics and phone sex to limit spread of Covid

In a letter published this week, the IPU advises people not to forget sexual health in the midst of the pandemic: “While sexual health may not be a primary healthcare focus in the current environment,” they say, “as restrictions ease there is a strong possibility that heightened sexual risk-taking will occur and people’s sexual health and wellbeing will be affected.

“Young adults, in particular, are affected by crisis pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections are more likely to engage in sexual activity with more than one partner.

“It is very important that accurate and trustworthy information available to inform the sexual health decision-making, particularly during the pandemic.”

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