It isn’t exactly the best time to be looking for random lovers. In a lot of places, if you’re reading this, you might well be locked inside your house. You might either be ill, or not ill. Either way, I wish you the best.
The notion of connecting physically right now might seem sketchy to you. Even if you want to do it, you really shouldn’t. We are trying to conquer a world-wide virus here, friends. Doesn’t mean we can’t still have fun, though!
The internet and online love are hardly the same as the real thing. We miss a lot when we are deprived of the breath, and the scent, and the feeling of another person’s body. But we haven’t lost everything. You can still connect onlin eand chat with people to pass the time. Dating sites are great possibilities, where you can take your time getting to know someone, more so than you could normally, before you actually meet. Think about the anticipation!
There are a lot of women and men out there right now who are bored, lonely, and anxious. We are home. We are lying around the house in our pajamas, bingeing shows and streaming videos. Many people who are usually incredibly busy now have nothing but free time.
People who usually have dates have none right now. They are just looking for somebody who has a little imagination to help them reach the promise land. A little encouragement from you about how they can best tickle themselves between the legs can go a long way. You can also take this time to explore niche dating sites that might appeal to your sexual proclivities like BDSMdate.com or FindaFemDom.com.
Because the world is how it is, there is one particular lady I didn’t know well (but found rather cute, to be sure) who I decided to casually reach out to. She had lots of time because she was home. We started out with casual hellos on Instagram. How was your day? How are you coping with things? And things naturally shifted to texting, and then to WhatsApp. The conversations got more involved. We talked on Zoom. We started blowing each other virtual kisses.
We were both looking for a distraction. We both know the same thing: promises made in quarantine might not mean much in the real world. We’ve met in person a couple of times (before the pandemic) but it was so innocent. In the real world we may be awkward and may not be able to get along. But for now, in lockdown, we are happy to stimulate each other’s love antennae with just a little encouragement from the other side.
It’s a harmless and mutually beneficial game we can all play, and yet another way humans can help each other get through this. Be well, and don’t be afraid to reach out!
What connections are you making while in isolation?