Sex


Dr. Tam tells Canadians to wear masks during sex—no word on condoms as of yet

Tam said that Canadians could still "find ways to enjoy physical intimacy while safeguarding the progress we have all made containing COVID-19."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BBC advises no face-to-face sex during the pandemic

The charity published advice instructing intimate couples to avoid kissing, wear a face covering, and choose positions that aren't face-to-face during sex—how romantic.

Mia Cathell

BC government recommends 'glory holes' for COVID safety

In an effort to help British Columbians navigate intimacy in the time of coronavirus, the BC Centre for Disease Control has issued safe sex guidelines that recommend use of "glory holes."

Libby Emmons

Cosmo offers choking as a sexy way to relieve boredom of quarantine

“Breath play,” otherwise known as “depriving your partner of oxygen during sex,” has led to death by asphyxiation, strangulation, and choking injuries.

Libby Emmons

Australian youth are having way less sex than their parents

Young people are not having sex nearly as often as their parents in Australia. Pornography and social media are major factors.

Sam Edwards

One-in-four Canadian women say they have “never used” a condom

According to research by Trojan along with the University of Guelph and the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN), found that the youth of today aren’t using the latex when it gets down to the dirty.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz