Another day, another headline about glory holes. This time, courtesy of YouPorn.
The BC Centre for Disease Control’s safe sex tips during the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged the use of glory holes.
“Choose sexual positions that limit face-to-face contact. Use barriers, like walls (e.g., glory holes) that allow for sexual contact but prevent close face-to-face contact,” it said.
The information circulated far and wide, and reached popular porn website YouPorn.
Particularly, Charlie Hughes, the Vice President of YouPorn.
In a letter to BC’s Minister of Health, Adrian Dix, Hughes applauded the BC Centre for Disease Control’s recommendation of the use of glory holes during intercourse to limit face-to-face contact “in the name of safety.”
“We are aligned with the BC CDC and would like to extend an offer of our support in an effort to continue to flatten the curve without forgoing sexual pleasure,” said Hughes.
“To help provide people with a safe option for engaging in sexual activity, we would like to offer the province of British Columbia a grant of $100k to support the building of glory holes across the province.”
Hughes signs off the letter by saying “hope to see you on the other side!”
— YouPorn Katie 🐝 (@YouPorn) July 23, 2020
YouPorn told Daily Hive that they have yet to hear back from the BC government at this time.
Daily Hive has reached out to the BC Minister of Health’s office and will update the story accordingly.