July 20, 2024 3:04 pm

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CoveXXX-19: Has King County Public Health gone too far?

On October 9, Public Health – Seattle & King County posted a video on its official Instagram account promoting the use of “gloryholes” as a safer way to have sex during the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the post, ” A barrier—like a wall or a shower curtain—between you and your partner allows sexual contact but prevents face- to- face contact.”

Apparently, King County health officials prefer Lowe’s Home Improvement over Home Depot for its creative DIY projects.

“I’ll hit up Lowe’s and let you know when its set up.”

If the link below does not work, click here to view the video in its entirety.

Snapshots of video from King County Public Health official Instagram site

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