England Bans Sex Due to COVID-19 (This is Real)
Updated: Sep 20, 2020
Did you think this headline was a joke or a gimmick to get your attention? No, it's a VERY real headline.
Just when you thought people were finally starting to see the light and understand that the SARS COVID-19 pandemic was a man-made crisis to fundamentally change the world and to rid itself of a pro-American president, things get even more tyrannical.
England has banned 2 people from having sex with one another if they do not currently live together. Read that sentence over again. Two consenting adults in England who are attracted to each other and who DO NOT live together are now breaking the law if they have sex.
Don't believe me? Then go check out Health Protection Coronavirus Restrictions) Regulations 2020 bill. The bill makes it illegal for 2 people who do not live together to meet inside a private residence.
This rule bands the following, "when two or more people are present together in the same place in order to engage in any form of social interaction with each other, or to undertake any other activity with each other." In other words, if you don't live together, you may not even visit your girlfriend at her apartment let alone have sex.
Do you feel safe because this is just wacky England? Well in Michigan, Governor Whitmer made it illegal to visit your own brother, sister, mom, dad, or even your own child if you didn't live together. And yes, police were called by nosy neighbors.
In other places of the United States, it was illegal to park your car in a parking of a church and listen to the pastor talk over the radio.
Yet at the same time it was legal all over the country to park your car in parking lot of a Walmart or better yet, to visit the local pot shop and purchase weed.
The new law in England also prohibits people from spending the night at ANYPLACE other than their own home unless they are traveling for work.
Enjoy the new normal!