This goes for both COVID-19 and sex
By Tania Arora, Staff Writer
Many of us have a lot of time, in fact, all the time in the world to devote to our families and partners right now. Whether you like it or not, you must stay home. Due to hectic lifestyles, many of us lost our connections with our partners. These connections could have been emotional or physical, but now, we have a chance to reestablish them!
But while all you love birds out there quarantine together, make sure you take the necessary precautions so you don’t step out of the house dry and bruised post-pandemic—or force your future kids share their birthday with millions others. For the singles out there, just read this article and feel grateful that you don’t have to go through such stress.
Use precautions even when you are using protection
No matter how and with what you cover your bananas, you must still make sure that you use multiple types of protection (an IUD for example). Keep this in mind: even condoms aren’t 100 percent safe. And don’t try saving them to re-use them. That would lead to a personal situation much worse than self-isolating for COVID-19.
This isn’t the last sex of your life. For people whose testosterone and estrogen levels are at their peak right now, control yourself—don’t try going 14 rounds a day. That would mean nearly 1000 times a month. Don’t put yourself in a situation where you are left dry and bruised. Our heroes are busy fighting a bigger battle, they don’t want a new problem on their plate.
If you did not get a chance to use that collection of toys lying on your bedside table, now is the time. Don’t stress your partner for an orgasm, help yourself. But make sure your gadgets are clean and well sanitized.
Think of your neighbours
It’s not just you, your neighbours and everyone else is also sitting inside their house now, some with their kids. Make sure your passion is soundproofed. Really, close your windows. People might not want to hear what your roleplay theme-of-the-day is, or how many times your woman was spanked. You never know if the person on the other side of the wall is getting any action or not, and it’s better to not add fuel to the fire.
Maintain a good hygiene level
I know many might consider quarantine a vacation, but make sure you shower and brush regularly and maintain a good hygiene level. You don’t want stinking armpits or bad breath to turn your partner off.
If you aren’t following the social distancing rules, then forget about sex and just leave your partner alone. We must act responsibly during this situation and not risk our or anybody else’s lives.