Coronavirus Has Changed The Rules For Finding Sex Partners

Coronavirus Has Changed The Rules For Finding Sex Partners
Coronavirus Has Changed The Rules For Finding Sex Partners

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To quickly find a pair on various online services, many users began to notify potential partners that they had had a coronavirus or had been vaccinated against it. Sexologists had previously warned that this would happen.

For example, a sexologist and psychotherapist Amina Nazaralieva, in an interview with Gazeta.Ru, noted that even after the end of the pandemic, people will fear infection and will become more selective in their search for a sexual partner.

I want to believe that some kind of quick test will be invented that can show whether you are dangerous to others or not,”the doctor said.

She is confident that such a test can become part of sexual culture.

According to Vice, the three most popular online dating platforms in the United States are seeing an increase in such messages on their users' pages. Moreover, they write not only that they have been vaccinated, but they attach data about the time, place and type of the drug.

For example, Tinder reported that the number of mentions of the word "vaccine" in the profile description increased by 238%. This story began in November, and the number of vaccinated users continues to grow.

According to various sources, in Russia from 20 to 30 percent of the adult population lives alone. Half of them live in Moscow. The larger the city, the more difficult it is for a person to arrange his personal life, psychologists say. As NEWS.ru wrote earlier, the main reason is lack of time and constant fatigue. For this reason, many decide to use the services of marriage agencies. According to the specified criteria, specialists select a pair and arrange a meeting. At the same time, experts note that the coronavirus pandemic has affected the mating activity of Russians.

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