It seems to me that society is going to fundamentally change in the wake of the subsidized fear and panic surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. The question before now is how is this going to change the face of sex (pun intended) in 2020 and beyond.
Yeah, I can picture the term, “unprotected sex” having an expanded meaning from now on. 😉
COVID-19 along with the panic surrounding it has certainly changed the face of the nation. Hence, I’m betting that it has and will change the face – not that you’ll see them anymore – of porn, be it soft or hardcore.
We know that, for better, worse, or just odd, COVID-19 is going to change the entirety of the erotica and true pornography industries in the US. Largely, this is due to the concomitant facts that porn is the – to use business buzzspeak – one of the most agile and resilient industries in the nation, and both shapes and responds to society’s memes and mores.
I’m betting that the preferred positions will change somewhat, but I’m wondering if “raw” and/or “unprotected” with switch from denoting the lack of condom use to the lack of masks. 😆
Seems legit! C’mon, Folks! Those masks can save you from anything, including Global Warming. They’re magical, mystical, talismanic wonders, guaranteed to make the world a better place. 😛
That’s right! Those PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) will lower PPM (Parts Per Million) of CO2, just ask any “Climatologist.” Of course, a bunch of those “Climatologists” will also tell you that Global Warming caused the Coronavirus outbreak, so …
Should some people be diligent and conscientious about wearing a protective mask during these ongoing days of the coronavirus pandemic? Yes, of course! People with underlying health conditions that make them more susceptible to COVID-19 or who are regularly in close contact with such people should wear PPE when out and about. And, people in locations or who are taking part in activities that would increase their risk of infection, e.g., healthcare workers, should protect themselves.
For far too many people though, their masks are more a statement than a means of disease prevention. Sadly, those masks say a lot about too large of a segment of America’s population, and little to nothing of what those masks say is complimentary to the wearers.
And everyone should pay attention to the fact that the fashion cartels have jumped on this phenomenon. That says even more about the mask devotees.