The pandemic hasn’t stopped people from getting their freak on at possible COVID super-spreader events — they’ve simply gone underground, and they’re going to extremes to keep it hidden.
A source with direct knowledge tells us the events have been happening since the start of COVID, but the recent surge in cases has made them more hush-hush. There’s a vetting process, but more for secrecy than public health issues.
For starters, we’re told anyone looking to access these speakeasy-esque events will first have to get in touch with a real sex worker.
Alice Little, a popular prostitute in Nevada, tells us sex workers — who advertise on social media and escort sites — serve as gatekeepers, giving only their most trusted clients the hookup to a party.
Alice says the sex worker might ask for references — not unlike a job interview — but we’re told the grilling is more to sniff out narcs and undercover agents … and not about health issues.
While you’d think there would be testing — for COVID and STIs — we’re told that’s not the concern for these underground parties … they’re more worried about getting busted by law enforcement.
This is a big change, and a dangerous one considering we’re in a pandemic. Alice says pre-COVID these events would typically be run by brothels … which were more likely to require medical testing.
Anyway, if you pass muster, we’re told the sex worker takes you to the so-called kingdom — which could be at a strip club, a private residence or even a literal underground hideaway.
As we reported, a swingers party in NYC was busted and more recently … 158 people were arrested in L.A. County. So, these events are clearly on law enforcement’s radar, and for good reason.
Party-goers risk arrest, but now the other major concern is the threat to public health and spreading COVID.
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