Today’s episode is all about one of my favorite topics: masturbation. Specifically, we’re getting into “doomsturbating,” or masturbating in order to distract yourself when the world feels like just too much. But how much masturbating is too much? Like anything in life, there’s a limit—here’s how to know if you’ve reached yours.
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As Coronavirus cases continue to soar, so have our stress levels while living in a pandemic. But as the world continues to slowly open back up, everyone has an opinion of what precautions should be taken. So what happens if you and your partner don’t see eye to eye?
Perhaps one of you is taking social distancing measures supremely seriously. Maybe the other believes it’s all a big crock. It doesn’t matter how much you did or didn’t fight before. This pandemic has ushered us into a whole new ballgame. One in which communication with each other has never been more critical.
If you and your partner disagree about the pandemic, here are a few tips for learning how and if you can get on the same page and cope with the COVID craziness.
There are many things we don’t yet know about the Coronavirus. But one thing is certain: wearing a face mask helps protect you and everyone around you.
Hmm, a small covering that you can wear to stop the potential spread of disease, to keep you and others safe…remind you of anything?
That’s right folks, I’m talking about condoms. Of course there are major differences between these two prophylactics. But there are also, and perhaps even more, parallels that I’d like to point out between them. Face masks are kind of like the condoms of Coronavirus. And just like actual condoms, everyone and their mother should be using them.
Right now it may feel like the world outside our window is a little too much. The novel Coronavirus is a global issue, and with the WHO and CDC suggesting to stay indoors, it’s a perfect time to catch up on some self-love or quarantine with a partner.
As a preface, be sure to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, disinfect your living space, and avoid large groups.
So if you’re staying in, here are some fun, creative, and sexy ways to occupy your time indoors.