Dear Di

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

The announcement that Ottawa was heading back into Stage 2 was awful news. Mostly because it means that my partner and I can’t go out and do all the things we were planning this fall. We’re both pretty new to campus and the city, and don’t know much about what Ottawa has to offer. What are some fun, romantic things that we can do together safely?

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

Because of roommates and family, my partner and I have been looking to take our bedroom activities to the car. I have never had sex outside of the bedroom before, so I have no clue what the dos and don’ts of car sex are. Can you share some tips on proper car sex etiquette.

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

Dear Di, my landlord has offered my roommate and I a discount on rent in exchange for sexual favours. While this is a really strange and uncomfortable situation, we really enjoy the location and quality of our building and don’t want to leave our home. I am worried that by saying no or ignoring the offer, we could be evicted. What should we do?

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

My partner is a germaphobe, they are grossed out by everything. This is horrible when it comes to intimacy as there are so many rules that I must respect to make them feel comfortable.

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

I have been in a happy relationship throughout the summer. We spent plenty of time together, and always made plans for when we’d see each other next. Now that classes have started, we’ve both become busier people. Unfortunately, I am struggling with seeing my partner less often, wondering when we’re going to make plans, and simply, dealing with getting less attention. Do you have any advice to help me adjust to these changes?

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

I’m in my second year of a STEM major at the University of Ottawa, and it feels like everyone else is getting laid but me. Do you have any tips to help me attract some cute engineering students my way?

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

During quarantine, I had the pleasure of flirting with various people over text, dating apps, and snapchat. These flirtatious conversations stemmed from boredom, but ended with me promising these people I’d hangout with them or go on dates when lockdown ended. But now that things are opening up, I don’t actually want to see any of these people. What do I do?

Dear Di is the Fulcrum foremost expert in sexual relations

My partner and I are both incoming first years at the University of Ottawa, we’re both fans of kinky, public fornication. As someone more familiar with campus, could you tell me where the best spots to shag are on campus?

COVID-19 social distancing is important — but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your sex life (if you do so safely). Some humble suggestions on how to do both.

Being apart from your partner amid the COVID-19 pandemic is going to be tough, there’s no way around it. But here are some things to do that might make it a bit easier.

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