COVID-19 has had a surprising impact on our sex lives

COVID-19 has had a surprising impact on our sex lives

The spike in sex toy sales, rise of OnlyFans, and normalization of masturbation as part of everyday health and wellness were some of the only good things to come from the pandemic (pun intended). But, if you’ve felt a weird sense of FOMO for missing out on these alleged COVID-inspired boons in sexual exploration and acceptance, you’re not alone.

At CES 2021 this week, sextech company Lioness released a new exploratory study analyzing an in-depth dataset capturing how people’s sex lives and drives were impacted by the pandemic. The data, which compares participants’ habits from 2019 versus 2020, includes everything from how often participants masturbated to how long it took to orgasm. The main takeaway? 2020 might not have been the free-for-all cum fest all those trends implied. Read more…

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