Sex During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemy if You Practice Swingers Lifestyle

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COVID-19 (coronavirus) is passed on through droplets that come out of your mouth and nose when you cough or breathe out.

COVID-19 is not a sexually transmitted infection, however, it can be passed on through kissing and close contact, including having sex.

So health experts advise avoiding sexual contacts excluding partners you living with. 

There are lots of ways to have sexual pleasure without physical contact – try having fun with lone masturbation, sex toys, and phone or webcam sex. You can easily find swinger partners for this at popular swingers websites, such as SLS ( or here at ASC ( Please consider those methods first.

If it’s totally not your option and you have sex with someone you don’t live with there are a few things you can do to lower the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19:

  • Avoid kissing or exchanging saliva with anyone outside of your household
  • Avoid sexual activities which include licking around the anus
  • Use condoms or dental dams to reduce contact with saliva or poo
  • Take a shower and wash your hands and body thoroughly with soap and water both before and after sex
  • If you use sex toys, wash these thoroughly with soap and water and do not share them
  • Consider sexual arousal techniques that don’t involve physical contact – like talking, mutual masturbation
  • Limit your physical interactions by reducing the number of sexual partners you have overall, and/or at the same time
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