Bizarre guidelines were issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for those of you who will be banging during the monkeypox era.
American health chiefs say people should not have sex while they are infected with monkeypox but can have virtual sex instead.
As if you didn’t already know it was going to be a wild summer, the CDC drew up its monkeypox sex guidance while the World Health Organization Diversity & Inclusion team was meeting to rid the world of the term “monkeypox” because it could offend groups of people and nations.
The crazies are on the loose again and now they’re issuing monkeypox sex rules, but they’ll have to rewrite the handbook when the WHO renames monkeypox.
Here’s what the federal agency states in its Aug. 5 guidance:
“Vaccination is an important tool in preventing the spread of monkeypox. But given the current limited supply of vaccine, consider temporarily changing some behaviors that may increase your risk of being exposed. These temporary changes will help slow the spread of monkeypox until vaccine supply is adequate. If you or a partner has monkeypox, the best way to protect yourself and others is to avoid sex of any kind (oral, anal, vaginal) and do not kiss or touch each other’s bodies while you are sick, especially any rash. Do not share things like towels, fetish gear, sex toys, and toothbrushes.”
The CDC goes on to outline various ways to prevent transmission of the virus during sex.
“Masturbate together at a distance of at least 6 feet, without touching each other and without touching any rash. Consider having sex with your clothes on or covering areas where rash is present, reducing as much skin-to-skin contact as possible. If the rash is confined to the genitals or anus, condoms may help; however, condoms alone are likely not enough to prevent monkeypox.”
According to the CDC, approximately 6,617 people in the United States, primarily gay and bisexual men, have been diagnosed with monkeypox to date.
NEW: Gay and bisexual men comprise 98% of new monkeypox cases globally, according to a major new study. https://t.co/389MjppEpo
— NBC Out (@NBCOUT) July 22, 2022
There are only two vaccines licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) available for “preventing monkeypox infection” – JYNNEOS (also known as Imvamune or Imvanex) and ACAM2000, according to CDC.
Here’s what TGP previously reported:
As The Gateway Pundit has reported, the officials of the World Health Organization have admitted that everyone who receives a monkeypox vaccine is part of a “clinical trial.”
In a July WHO meeting, Tim Nguyen, the Unit Head of Global Infectious Hazards Preparedness at the World Health Organization Emergency Programme, affirmed monkeypox vaccine efficacy remains unknown since it has never been used on a mass scale before.
“I would like to underline one thing that is very important to WHO. We do have uncertainty around the effectiveness of these vaccines because they haven’t been used in this context and in this scale before,” Nguyen stressed. “Therefore, when these vaccines are being developed, that they are delivered in the context of clinical trial studies and prospectively collecting this data to increase our understanding of the effectiveness of these vaccines.”
I know you’re chuckling at the thought of listening to the CDC and its monkeypox sex rules, but when you stop and look at the numbers it really is eye-opening what’s going on here.
As of early this week, there have been 11 cases in New York. Africa has seen 72 deaths. It’s getting wild out there. Turn those lights on and do your blister analysis. It just might save your life!