Zoom ‘sex clubs’ may be the responsible way to stay sexually active while single during the pandemic3 min read

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Gloria Delgado, Reporter

Sex clubs are using Zoom to host live video calls where select people are engaging in virtual sex acts with their live-in partners for others to watch, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with it.

The Zoom meetings are hosted by sex clubs such as Killing Kittens and New Society for Wellness, which before COVID-19, held in-person sex parties exclusively for their members.

The clubs are not free, with New Society for Wellness costing up to $209 depending on the act viewed, and Killing Kittens employing a $25 fee.

But that is not why Zoom does not want them hosting these types of events on their platform;  instead, it is because nudity is directly against Zoom’s  user policy.

Both clubs use Zoom exclusively as their platform.

“Masturbation will not spread COVID-19,” according to a guide from the New York City health department titled “Sex and Coronavirus 2019.”

The guide advised against having sex with strangers and to instead practice masturbation or sex with your live-in partner.

But many of us are not lucky enough to live with our significant others and the majority of people do not even have a live-in sexual partner.

The benefits of virtual sex clubs are for those who are sheltering at home alone with no family or partner to socialize with\; they can chat with strangers online via Zoom sex clubs while making themselves feel good.

People attending these Zoom sex clubs are not going out to look for strangers to hook up with.

They are simply practicing social distancing and safe sex from the safety of their own homes.

According to an article by the New York Times, there are currently still 14 states on lockdown.

Yes, nudity is against Zooms rules, but let us be honest, getting indecent in front of a web camera is not that big of a deal for many people and surely not that rare of an occurrence.

Sex is pleasurable and fun, it is even healthy when it is consensual and practiced safely.

According to a study published by Doctor Kerstin Uvnas Moberg, women’s health and female physiology stated that when a person experiences an orgasm, a hormone called oxytocin gets released into the body.

“Oxytocin can induce anti-stress-like effects such as reduction of blood pressure and cortisol levels,” according to Moberg.

But single people cannot go out looking for someone to hook up with right now because it is a health hazard for both parties involved.
The truth is the majority of people are going through a lot of stress and anxiety right now.

Every time I leave the house I worry about catching COVID-19 or worse bringing it home to my family.

These are stressful times we are living through, and if masturbating to a video stream of a live orgy helps people survive these hard times, then I am all for it.

So why can’t Zoom do the same and bend its rules or simply look the other way? At least for the time being, since the mental health of some people depends on it.

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