Pick Your Dick! Hollywood Is Making All Sex Scenes CGI In Order To Cut Down On The Spread Of COVID

Source - As Hollywood prepares to reopen following its coronavirus-induced closure in March, on-set sexual distancing protocols are beginning to be laid out — including animated mating.

The film editors’ trade association has released a 22-page file dictating how “close contact moments” should be “either rewritten, abandoned” or replaced with CGI fixes to minimize spreading COVID-19 while filming, the Sun reports.

The paper, which was presented to the governors of New York and California this month as evidence that Hollywood is ready to reopen, stops short of vowing to put intimate scenes and fight scenes on hold while acknowledging they have a higher risk of transmission. “Whenever possible, performers shall practice physical distancing,” the report assures.

Hollywood studios quietly began turning to tech back in April, utilizing virtual reality to create digital sets that could be made from home, while staff remained quarantined.

Thank God. I was wondering when Hollywood was going to address the real issue plaguing their industry. No, not putting thousands of people back to work in an industry that has been non-existent for the past three months- sex scenes. More specifically how to safely film them in a post-COVID world. It's funny to think that this is an actual concern in Hollywood. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for safety, but replacing human sex scenes with henti seems like it should fall low on the list of priorities. 

The good news is, maybe they'll let the actors pick their dicks. Like if I'm reading a script and I see a sex scene in there I'm getting excited. No performance anxiety, no filming in front strangers, the penis of your choice? Sign me up.   

The porn industry is also figuring out a way to combat corona: 

Tinseltown is also considering implementing tactics long-utilized in the world of the porn, including rigorous testing and a database that lists who is clean and available for work.

Which is kind of ironic considering they already test for everything under the sun, but it's still good to see they're taking taking the initiative. I'd be curious to see what exactly is in the 22 page document, but at the end of the day I don't really care. Just bring movies back so we can get on with life.