Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 9 September 2020

Sex parties allowed but dancing at weddings banned under Queensland’s COVID-19 restrictions

COVID-19 regulations that prohibit wedding guests from dancing but allow group sex at approved swinger clubs and adult parties should be reviewed, according to a member of the Gold Coast entertainment industry.

Wedding entertainer Nik Edser said “we have had so many bookings cancelled because of the dancing rules” and has called for the State Government to ease the restriction.

“The irony is if I was invited to a wedding this weekend to attend with my wife and I wanted to dance with her there, then I wouldn’t be allowed to,” he said.

“But if we decided to go to a sex club and swap partners with some people who we don’t know where they’re from or who they really are, that’s OK.”

The State Government’s COVID Safe Industry Plan for Sex on Premises Venues and Adult Parties considers such events as “high risk” and outlines mitigation strategies, such as record keeping and compliance with contact tracing.

Meanwhile, gatherings at homes or public spaces have been restricted to 10 people in Greater Brisbane and the Gold Coast, and 30 people elsewhere.

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