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Doctor’s Frank Sex Advice To Gays: “Stay At Home With Porn… People Are Going To Die.”

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Dr Robert Finlayson of Sydney’s Taylor Square Private Clinic recently gave this coronavirus advice to his gay male clients… 

The two most frequently asked questions from gay men are:

1) Can I catch it sucking cock?

2) Sharing the crystal pipe is obviously a big infection risk – is it safer to blast?

1. An infected person is surrounded by a cloud of virus-laden micro-droplets that are on their clothes and skin. So even with avoiding kissing, touching them is a big contamination risk. It’s all about proximity. We must stay 1.5m (preferably 2 metres) away from each other, so any physical sex is HIGH RISK.

2. Blasting is ALWAYS more damaging to nerve and brain cells and introduces foreign material directly into your blood, causing damaging inflammatory chemicals to be released in the brain, so it is in no way safer. Also, it causes all mucous membranes – oral, nasal, genital and rectal – to dry out much more, and dry mucous membranes are much more easily infected by viruses.

Getting hot and sweaty (ie, GHB and MDMA) encourages viral persistence.

So, only have sex with guys whose penis is longer than 2 metres! Otherwise, ZERO contact.

To care for the health and safety of your loved ones, friends, family and household members give casual sex a miss for a while so you don’t take any nasty viruses home.

This is not sci-fi fantasy – a lot of people are going to die. The lungs inflame and the small air sacks fill with fluid, so you drown. If you survive that part, as the fluid gets absorbed, the air sacks scar-up and you suffocate.

Sound like fun?

Many people keep acting irresponsibly and putting others at risk.

Consider the unthinkable and maybe stay at home with some porn. We all need to reach into our better selves and take care of each other.

Stay well, wash your hands VERY frequently, and don’t touch your face, and practice Social Distancing, ie, stay 2 metres apart.

Millennials are not invincible. There have been deaths in all age groups over 20 years old. The data show that up to 20% of infected people aged 20-44 have been hospitalised, including 2%-4% who required treatment in an intensive care unit.

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