“I’ve been seeing a lot of people I know hanging out with friends, and even sharing food, and it doesn’t seem the wisest to me. I think that the main things people need to understand [is that] this virus is still around, to be careful, and to really get creative with what you do.”
Last night I overheard my neighbors having sex—no big deal, right? I consider myself a sex-positive person, and have always held and espoused the belief that if you can't have loud sex in your own home, where can you have it?
With their tasting rooms closed and the state refusing to allow restaurants and bars to offer cocktails for takeout and delivery, Massachusetts distilleries are struggling to support staff and connect with customers. But a few local makers have found innovative—and safe—ways to furnish locals with drinks and behind-the-bar education.
“Since the pandemic, I thought about who I wanted to spend time with and, to be honest, who I’d risk catching coronavirus from—she popped into my head.”
I feel like I have all of the reasons—high anxiety related to the pandemic, being stuck with alcoholic boyfriend in the house, tons of homework, finances are low—to warrant a lack of arousal so why am I drowning in it?
With the rapid spread of a grim pandemic, many are locked inside houses and apartments, consigned to quarantine and social distancing. But we are social creatures. We miss our family, friends, and beloved ones. We want to see and talk to them. Wachter, Hanbury, and Le had that motivation in mind.
“There are lots of wonderful vegetable plants around, but few ways to get them safely to the market.”
The virus can live for up to 24 hours on cardboard, VAG, which mean it’s the package, not the panties, that are potentially a danger here.
“In this time of a global pandemic, thinking and talking about non-monogamy is all you can do right now.”
“I just don’t think now is an ideal time for me to be worrying about dating.”