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COVID-19 / New Coronavirus


COVID-19 isn’t an STD. It’s a virus that was specially formulated in a Chinese laboratory and secretly paid for with American funds—or it may just have evolved from bats or something. But you can get it if you’re closer than six feet to another person and not wearing a mask (unless you’re eating or drinking). Luckily, there’s a shot that might protect you from COVID-19 by permanently altering your genetic makeup. It also might not protect you and could cause serious long-lasting side-effects. We don’t really know. It hasn’t been tested on humans, but it’s always better to error on the side of doing what the government tells you to do—especially when there's an infinitesimally small risk to your health. That’s called science. 


Can you get COVID-19 from sex?


You can get COVID-19 if you’re within 6 feet of someone who coughs or breathes. And COVID-19 is also spread through direct contact with saliva (spit) or mucus. So, ya, you can probably get COVID-19 from sex. In fact, the only activity more likely to give you COVID is voting in person and having to show an ID.


Thankfully, the symptoms are frequently so minor that people don’t know they even have COVID-19. That’s why masking and boosters are so important. Because you and your loved ones might be terribly sick and not even know it. And since almost no one would be willing to pay for these shots out of their own pocket—since they offer no tangible benefit, the government will pay for them for you (with your money)!


The CDC recommends the COVID-19 "vaccine" and booster for anyone who has sex or might have sex at any point in the future. Sunlight, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle are the best ways to protect yourself against COVID-19, but these deterrents are racist and homophobic—and offer no benefit to big government or big pharma. Mandated quarantines and injections do. Those who are too selfish to go along with this simply hate their grandparents.


How can I safely have sex without getting COVID-19?


The best way to prevent COVID-19 is to get the COVID-19 "vaccine" and all of the boosters. Even though it doesn’t prevent infection or stop the spread of COVID-19, you can feel good about the fact that you’re at least doing something. Placebos can and do have positive health effects, after all, and lots of patients who have taken the "vaccine" and then been hospitalized with COVID-19 find solace in imagining how much worse things would have been if they hadn’t injected themselves with an experimental drug but relied on natural immunity instead. 


If you’re fully "vaccinated" and boosted, it’s mostly safe for you to have sex with other people who are also fully "vaccinated" and boosted. This won't prevent you from getting COVID-19, but it might prevent you from ever being able to get pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term. Of course, the safest person to have sex with is yourself, but you should still wear a mask. And a condom. And wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. And make sure to get consent—even if you’ve had sex with yourself before. Some people are too worried about COVID-19 to have sex with themselves, and that fear must be respected. By some indicators, COVID-19 is even more deadly than the seasonal flu.

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