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Sex guide for care home residents advises nurses on how to help OAPs download PORN and use sex toys

Sex guide for care home residents advises nurses on how to help OAPs download PORN and use sex toys

  • Guide from Royal College of Nursing advised staff on dealing with sex requests
  • Recommended nurses let patients access porn and use prostitutes and sex toys
  • It also said patients should be allowed to go completely naked in their rooms 

Nurses are being advised on how to help randy care home patients watch porn to relieve their frustrations.

A guide from the Royal College of Nursing discussing how pensioners can use prostitutes, sex toys and masturbation to satisfy their needs has been handed out to care homes to break the taboo of OAP’s sex lives. 

It recommended that patients ‘should be supported’ in accessing porn movies in their rooms, so long as they wear headphones and the ‘sound or visual material would not be able to be heard or viewed by residents or staff.’ 

Nurses are being advised to let care home patients watch porn and masturbate in private (file image)

One of case studies included a patient who asked nurses to help with masturbation, but was refused because staff felt ‘ill-equipped to deal skillfully’ with their request. 

The leaflet advised giving the pensioner a mechanical masturbation device and explaining how to use it.   

Another example looked at an incident where a resident wanted to bring a prostitute into the home.

It suggested that patients should be able to use the services of a sex worker to satisfy their desires.

The 44-page guide, Older People in Care Homes: Sex, Sexuality and Intimate Relationship, aims to help patients with issues of sexual and intimate relationships in a sensitive and legal way. 

It advised staff on how to deal with patient's sexual requests in an attempt to tackle the taboo subject (file image)

It advised staff on how to deal with patient’s sexual requests in an attempt to tackle the taboo subject (file image)

The Royal College of Nurses also recommends that they have a space in the home where they can be completely naked if they wish.   

It also states that old people have a ‘strong desire’ to maintain ‘their usual sexual practices which might include cross dressing (and) sadomasochism.’  

A RCN spokeswoman Dawne Garrett told the Daily Express: ‘Just because people live in a care home doesn’t mean they lose the same rights, choices and responsibilities they once enjoyed in their home.’

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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