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The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many people to ask questions about touching, kissing and sexual relations. Touch is a source of joy, warmth and closeness for many of us, but unfortunately it has become a forbidden activity for those who do not live in the same house, due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. We all understand that the coronavirus spreads through respiratory droplets from person to person, through coughing or sneezing and salivation, which creates in many of us fear of kissing and even having sexual relations.
This resource provides guidelines and advice for safer options for sexual fulfillment.
Author: Shelly Varod, a couples & sexual relations counselor
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