Sex and Coronavirus What has the Corona done to Sex Lives
The Kinsey Institute for Sexuality has been researching since March how the global corona epidemic has affected the sex lives and relationships of people around the world. Conclusions: The majority suffer, but there are also those who have taken the opportunity for new experiences
When the Corona epidemic broke out, many found themselves under increasing stress – fear of contracting and getting sick, loss of income or job and economic insecurity, being locked up at home with children for long days, trying to work from home and helping them learn at a distance, and later fearing being exposed in schools re. Doesn’t sound like a mindset that contributes too much to sex life.
Covid-19 has invaded every part of our lives, so it’s not really surprising that it’s very much present in the bedroom as well – for better or worse. According to early findings from a study of sex and relationships in the Corona epidemic era, conducted at the Kinsey Institute for Sexuality, Gender and Fertility Research at Indiana University, many people have been reporting difficulties and challenges in their sex lives since the outbreak of the global epidemic.
“The results obtained so far are quite mixed,” says Justin Lemiller, a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute and author of the book Tell Me What You Want, which deals with the science of sexual desire. “Some people report an improvement in their sex lives and that their relationships are better and stronger than ever following the crisis. But a greater number of our survey participants report sexual and marital problems and challenges since the epidemic began,” Lemiller told CNN in an interview.
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The Kinsey Institute for Sexuality has been researching since March how the global corona epidemic has affected the sex lives and relationships of people around the world. Conclusions