Has the Definition of Cheating Changed with Coronavirus?

Has the Definition of Cheating Changed with Coronavirus?

how to maintain a healthy sex life when a dystopian future became the present.

Staying true to one person for the rest of your life is hard in Disney films, let alone a deadly pandemic.

Cheating can save a marriage just like an open arrangement can. There’s an old gendered expression that says men cheat to stay in a relationship, while women cheat to leave. I asked James Hamilton*, a man in his mid-50s who lives outside London, if cheating during quarantine helped save his marriage. “Yes is all I can say. Big time,” he says. He cheated before Covid began because, although his marriage was doing fine, he had sex with his wife only once every six months. But he’s stepped up his game since Covid hit. 

“I’ve connected with two other women: a local single mom whom I met in May on MARRIED DATING UK, and a woman who lives several hours away whom I was able to visit while passing through her city,” Hamilton says. “Both were very rewarding, sexually pleasing trysts!”

Kissing is more likely to give you COVID than sticking your dick in someone, although the two tend to go hand in hand.

Variety is the spice of (your sex) life. It doesn’t mean that you have to go full poly, but there’s a valid case for trying new positions, or wearing wigs and pretending to be Russian spies.

Karen

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