Apart and Together
New CDC guidelines suggest that once you have the whole dose, you can have sex with any low-risk partner you want, whether or not they're vaccinated.
Do a drugstore chocolate tasting. Pin a love note to the dog’s collar. Have sex on camera.
Figure out boundaries so your roommate isn't microwaving ramen during your candlelit dinner—or unable to pee because of your two-hour bubble bath.
Deciding whose family to see can be difficult even in normal years, and if you disagree about COVID risks, it's harder than ever.
Just make sure you put everything away before your next video call with your boss.
"There’s some consideration about, like, 'Are we just lonely, or actually into each other?'"
Making eyes at a hot, masked stranger doesn't have to "go anywhere" to make you feel good.
There are much more fun ways to start—and maintain—a conversation besides "how are you holding up lol."
If you're polyamorous, social distancing probably means fewer in-person hookups—but, as with anything else in an open relationship, communication will keep things sexy.
"If you end up with somebody through this thing, it's ride or die—this is how you find your wartime consigliere."
You can't just end things, go have a drink with friends, and then crash with simply whomever right now. Here's what to do instead.