Sex Versus Social Distancing
SEX, CANCER AND COVID-19
If you’re single, social distancing is a sex-killer. However, for couples, the Spring lockdown is proving to be a physical intimacy boon.
Just keep in mind that the unfortunate consequences of more sex is that cancer rates are also likely to increase.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the culprit. HPV normally takes several months to be flushed from the body, but in 10 to 20 percent of cases it can fester for years before turning into cancer.
That’s why the medical community is urging men and women to protect themselves from PARTICULAR sexual behaviours that can result in HPV-related cancers.
Watch the Video Here and learn how to celebrate lovemaking this Spring without the shadow of cancer casting fear and doubt over the moment.