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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

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?

I know you’re thinking it: holy shit, I’m a young and bright university student with erectile dysfunction (ED). Worst case scenario, you could be right (but that’s nowhere near the end of the world).

You should also know that it’s OK to like a little attention from prospective suitors, even if you know you’re not planning to take it further. Often times what happens is that people get a little complacent when they pair up, and settle into a not-so-sexy routine.

While we all know that recycling, taking public transit, and limiting our consumption of animal products can all help reduce our environmental footprints, you can also take steps in the bedroom to make your sex life a little greener.

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