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Authorities in New York City are ramping up efforts to crack down on massive parties and other large gatherings as more videos pop up on social media showing mask-less revelers flouting the rules. The city's Phase 4 regulations forbid indoor gatherings of more than 50 people, and say that anyone who attends a properly sized event must adhere to health department guidelines on social distancing and mask-wearing. Video evidence has shown many ignoring the mandates, resulting in additional warnings and the revocation of dozens of liquor licenses, authorities said. The Office of the New York City Sheriff, which has taken the lead on enforcing social distancing guidelines, is responding to tips from the public on parties believed to violate COVID measures. One such tip led to authorities busting up what they say was a sex party of about 30 people in Midtown Manhattan on Friday. The person who allegedly coordinated the event is expected in court soon, authorities said.
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The founder of a sex party company has hit back at Labour MP Sarah Champion after she criticised the government for giving the firm state support via a Covid business loans scheme. The loan, finalised this week, is made up of convertible notes, meaning the government could end up owning nearly 1. Men are not allowed to approach women at its parties unless invited to do so. A certain type of feminist think women need to keep their clothes on and only sleep with husbands and boyfriends to have self-respect. Champion, the former shadow minister for women and equalities, did not return a request for more detail about her objections. The Future Fund then matched the amount. Sayle said Killing Kittens would use the funding to accelerate digital expansion, given the effect of the pandemic on sex parties. The group is aiming to build an adult social network that Sayle described as a cross between Facebook and Bumble, a dating app where women initiate contact with men. She said this would allow adult firms, such as sex toy manufacturers, an alternative advertising platform to social networks that do not permit such content. Topics Sex.