Monday, March 30, 2020

Netflix and chill

                        Photo by Dainis Graveris from Pexels
Most young adults (under the age of 35) are very familiar with this pop culture reference. The middle-aged person I am, of course, I didn’t know what the terminology meant until two years ago, yes, I’m so over the hill. 

Wikipedia explains:

"Netflix and chill" is an Internet slang term used as a euphemism for sexual activity, either as part of a romantic partnership or as casual sex or as a groupie invitation.

What I’m I getting at?

The pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives and that includes, sex and dating. You may imagine that in today’s environment the Netflix and chill situation may not fare safe if it ever was considered safe.

Recently, an email circulated among friends provided guidelines for safe sex in the age of Coronavirus. At first, I chuckled at the mention of self-pleasure, but really, self-pleasure is the safest sex around.

As a public service announcement, please see below a few links. The information will allow you to draw your conclusions about sexual activity in today’s environment.

Can I have sex?

Sex and Coronavirus-NYC guidelines

The Do’s and Don’ts

Friends, whatever you do, please stay safe. #stayhomesavelives


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