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What Is Your Post-Pandemic Sex Life Going to Look Like?

It's actually quite the opposite of what you think.

As we near a return to normal, we’re making many predictions about what’s next in just about every industry. Travel, food, work, it’s all up in the air right now. We have been faced with the very real reality that another pandemic may be around the corner and that we have to change everything about the world. What will become of our social interactions? When we see each other again, maskless, what is it going to be like? How about the dating world? There are several people who are saying that this summer will resemble the Roaring Twenties. During the end of the last pandemic and the end of the first World War, there was a decade of economic growth and widespread prosperity. Creativity bloomed. Beautiful art and music came to life through the pain of what had transpired in the decade prior.

But what will become of our sex lives? Will they be just as crazy? We’ve done some research on what’s to come after the pandemic, and it might just surprise you. According to Cosmopolitan, it’s actually going to be quite the opposite. They did a study together with the Kinsey Institute to find out more about the future of sex. Because of everything going on, we’re going to be a little more reluctant about re-entering dating with the ease that we had before. Keep reading for more!

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What Is Your Post-Pandemic Sex Life Going to Look Like?

They say old habits die hard. Well, we’ve pretty much assimilated into a new way of living. We are more cautious about everything that we’re doing and it’s going to take time. We’re used to masks, not seeing many, and being careful about our every move. Another thing that comes with the pandemic is loneliness. We are feeling the weight of the world on our shoulders. This past year, we’ve been confined to our homes for so long, some of us completely alone. We haven’t had time to see our family, friends, or even co-workers for such a long time. This is going to affect the way we see all relationships, including in the bedroom. According to Cosmopolitan and the Kinsey Institute’s survey, 33% percent of their respondents want to wait longer to meet someone in person, and 37 percent also want to wait longer to have sex. A whopping 70 percent intend to take more time before committing to a date. We actually want to be in more long-term and committed relationships, according to Cosmopolitan.

Regarding sex, don’t assume it’s going to be all boring. Regardless of commitment, we are going to be trying to be more experimental in the bedroom. That includes toys, open relationships, and more kinkiness baby!

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What We Like to Use In the Bedroom

Exploration calls for They Call Her Alfie! The always sold out They Call Her Alfie’s Love Gel is a lightweight gel that is applied prior to sexual activity to the clitoris to help you feel more aroused. It boosts blood flow as well as hydrates, soothes, and rejuvenates the vagina when used on a regular basis. Penetration, play, and exploration for the post-pandemic sex era. We love to use this to stimulate arousal. Shop here.

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