relationships

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.

After this week’s snowstorm, I think we can all understand the appeal of a hookup without leaving the apartment. But it’s probably not the best call.

Things getting lazy in the bedroom? A tried and true remedy to the boring-sex-blues, take a page out of Di’s book with these simple role-play scenarios.

Finding romantic relationships, sexual partners, and even love is an intrinsic part of the university experience for some people and it’s a lot of fun, but things can get tough when the end of the academic year approaches and you’re forced to go your separate ways until September.

While we’re devoting our love and time to helping loved ones, we can often forget to take care of our own well-being in the process. This means taking some time each day to check in with your own mental health and having the courage to realize you might need some time to yourself to care for your own health.

I’ve been best friends with this person for almost 10 years, but over the past few months I’ve started to realize something … I’m fairly sure I’m madly in love with them.

The best part of clit piercings is that you can introduce a lot more variety into your sex life. While most of us have a preferred position for climax, the increased stimulation of your clit piercing can help you find pleasure every which way, and multiple times.

Dear Di, I honestly can’t stand not having sex for a week when I’m on my period. How can I bring up having period sex with my partner, and what should I do if they say yes? —Red Menace Dear RM, For those who have vaginas, period shaming is a tale as old as time. …

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