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Sex during COVID-19 Sucks!!!

Updated: Apr 26

COVID-19 sucks!!! I know that is an interesting choice of words, especially since I will be discussing sex.


Being in a committed relationship for a long time can cause your sex life to become stagnated, but for some people, COVID-19 has created an opportunity for them to re-connect.


The virus has caused us to physically distance ourselves from others, which can be a tough thing to do, especially for an extravert like me.


Do we have to distance ourselves from our spouse physically? No, if you both are healthy and feeling good, there is no reason to practice physical distancing from each other. You can continue to hug, kiss and have sex as you like. It's a great time to do it, neither of you has anywhere to go.


There are some people that show no symptoms; this stage is called presymptomatic, and some people will never show signs of COVID-19; this is called asymptomatic. In both cases, the virus may spread.


If You are in a Long-Term Relationship


If you or your partner were sick, stay away from each other, avoid all contact, even hugs and kisses for about 14 days.


Self-quarantine is hard, but it's necessary to protect the people you love. There are so many ways to sexually satisfy your desires.


If You are just Starting a New Relationship


Practice physical distancing, but you can still be social. Reach out to each other on social media or WhatsApp. Spend some time looking at each other's facial expressions and getting to know each other in an intimate way (that doesn't include sex or any other form of physical contact)


Now is the time to explore your potential mate's mind. If your hormones are going and you need a sexual release, phone sex, be honest, talk about some things that you would eventually like to explore.


Keep the conversation real, don't try to be someone that you’re not. COVID-19 will end, and you don't want to seem like a fraud.


Safe Sex During COVID-19


Masturbation is making a comeback. Is it appropriate to touch yourself? If you need to, who can stop you? Enjoy!!!


Sex Toys are a great thing to play within your time of need. Make sure you are the only one using it. Sharing sex toys is not hygienic.


If you are not feeling for sex, that is perfectly normal too. The stress of COVID-19 has many people concerned about their future and the future of humankind. When this passes, your desires may return in full blast.


Conclusion


Focus on keeping yourself safe during this pandemic while satisfying whatever your sexual desires might be.


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