The cuffing season is the best time of the year: all the rushing past red flags and shattered bodies until the sun finally comes up again February OK, maybe it’s not the best time for good relationships and emotional ones Habits, but it’s a staple of the dating cycle – along with summer getaways and spring weddings
Now that a vaccine is on the horizon, but only four months of winter to get through first, the cuff season is looking more attractive than ever. The question is: is it safe to make a short-term boyfriend this season? Iman Hariri-Kia, Bustle’s sex and relationships editor and the famous host of No Shame Sex Ed, had a chat with two experts – Dr Natasha Bhuyan, a family care provider and regional director of One Medical, and Emily Depasse, a sexologist specializing in STI stigma, to discuss the risks and benefits of settling with a short-term partner in a pandemic
In a pandemic, the only safe activity is virtual activity. No personal inclination – whether outside in masks or maskless in a bar – is really “safe” “
Your desire for consistent sex this winter may blind you to the red flags firmly anchored in your cuff partner. Is the sex worth the possible emotional stress in February?
Your risk profile is more than just your social activities and PSA habits This includes the social habits of your roommate and the social habits of your roommate’s friend (ew) as well as the social habits of your roommate’s mother (OK, Karen)
When it comes to cuffing COVID, the risks and benefits are many. You and your prospective partner need to communicate and determine if you are familiar with each other’s risks before engaging in any personal activity, especially sex / p>
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