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From the very beginning of our pandemic timeline, coronavirus and sex have been, some might say, intimately intertwined. Is it sexually transmitted? Probably not. Can we still hook up with Tinder dates? Swipe at your own risk. Is everyone else masturbating this much? Seems like it! Naturally, with all these questions about how coronavirus is affecting our sex lives in the here and now come just as many about what kind of longterm effects this pandemic may hold for our sex lives yet to come.
There is no shortage of hopes, fears, queries and predictions about what our sexual futures hold, and — as with the pubic hair debate — for each prognostication there seems to be an equally plausible but opposite conjecture. Couples are all going to get divorcedunless this thing actually brings them closer together. Like many things we seem to know and think about this pandemic at any given point in time, our sexual forecasting is primarily conjecture. Fortunately, unlike most of the swirling coronavirus hearsay, our sex predictions tend to come from a place of fun, largely harmless guessing.
Still, in an attempt to help streamline our sexual prognosticating, I asked a few experts to weigh in on some of our most pressing predictions. The logic behind the fuckfest theory is simple: People are extra horny right now we know this from the internetso once lockdowns lift and end our quarantine dry spell, the world will become a veritable Sodom and Gomorrah of pent up sexual energy set free. So is there going to be a post-lockdown fuckfest? More importantly, are you invited?
They might spend more time chatting online or on the phone before meeting in person. And until we have a vaccine, they may be asking about symptoms and history before meeting for the first time. So even if we do get a post-quarantine fuckfest, those of you who have been getting laid all along can kindly consider yourselves uninvited. Couples are stuck home together with nothing to do but each other! Sex toy sales are through the roof! This whole ordeal has shown us that life is too short and subject to massive societal overhaul not to have the kinkiest sex you can imagine right now!
While recent research from Justin Lehmiller of the Kinsey Institute suggests that couples are generally having less sex during lockdown, it also suggests they are being more experimental when they do, as Laurie Mintz, Ph.
While it may seem to those of us enduring weeks of sexless isolation like every day in coupled quarantine must be a private fuckfest for two, it appears things are more or less business as usual for most couples in lockdown together, pandemic or no pandemic. But for many people, increased masturbation can lead to the fear of reducing their capacity to reach orgasm during partnered sex.
Real sex is precisely whatever we say it is. Additionally, Craig notes, any potential changes in pubic grooming habits depend heavily on why any given individual may groom or not groom in the first place. This article was featured in the InsideHook newsletter. up now. And awesome. Popular at InsideHook. Chicago Los Angeles New York. Washington DC. Subscribe Follow Us facebook instagram pinterest twitter linkedin. More Like This.
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