University of Georgia Posts and Then REMOVES COVID-19 Sex Advice That Included to ‘Wear a Mask’

We’re not the Babylon Bee, and this is a real news story America. The University of Georgia released, and then removed “Sex Advice” for Covid-19. You won’t believe what was included in it.

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The University of Georgia was the top school in the nation for sexual health the last time the Trojan condom company released its ratings in 2016.

But you won’t find guidance about sex and COVID-19 on the UGA University Health Center’s sexual health page.

A short entry called “COVID-19 Considerations” was on the UHC website a few days ago, along with advice on a number of other sexual health topics such as consent, birth control, sexually transmitted infections and sexual decision making.

But after people posted the entry on Facebook and other social media, the university removed the advice.

“The information was consistent with language that appears on multiple health and medical sites across the country, including the Mayo Clinic. However, when the information was mocked, ridiculed and criticized on social media, we decided to take it down,” explained UGA spokesman Greg Trevor.

“You are your safest sex partner,” the advice began. It also recommended washing hands and objects with water before and after sex, and notes that researchers have found the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 in semen and feces, though there’s no evidence that the virus can be spread directly by sexual contact.

You can read more from, but we’ve posted the actual release for you and screen shot below.

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