What it’s REALLY like dating during the pandemic: Singletons share their experiences – from the joy of talking dirty to a woman who refuses to stop having ‘casual sex’ because she’s ‘in her prime’
- Singletons from around the world reveal how the pandemic has impacted dating
- Posting on Whisper, one person said talking dirty has replaced having sex
- Another individual confessed they refused to stop casual dating despite risks
There’s no doubt the pandemic has been particularly tough on singletons, from struggling to forge connections when you can’t meet in person to feelings of loneliness with no end date seemingly in sight.
However, people from around the world have taken to anonymous sharing app Whisper, to reveal how their attitudes towards dating has changed since Covid-19 took hold last year, and some of them have found things have actually improved.
Writing candidly, many confessed their sex lives are better because they took the opportunity to be intimate with a friend instead of casual dating.
Another individual revealed hearing about their friends’ struggles with children, makes them grateful for being single.
People from around the world took to anonymous sharing app Whisper, to discuss how the pandemic has changed their attitudes towards dating – including one anonymous person who said they’ve been talking dirty to replace being unable to have sex because of the social distancing rules
Another anonymous individual confessed they’ve ignored warnings not to have casual sex because they’re in their prime
A singleton who lives in Arizona, revealed seeing their married friends with children ‘hating life’, makes them feel grateful for being single
One person confessed they’re hoping to start a relationship with their best friend, after having sex for the first time in the pandemic
Another individual revealed the pandemic has improved their sex life because they’re better able to filter who they date
A singleton who lives in Washington, revealed they’re considering messaging their ex after struggling to find a partner on dating apps
A singleton who lives in England, said social distancing has made dating nicer because people have to make more effort to hold a good conversation
One anonymous person confessed they’re enjoying having less questions asked about their love life because of covid-19 restrictions
Another individual admitted they’ve been struggling throughout the pandemic, after their aunt died and their three-year relationship came to an end
A singleton who lives in California, revealed they’re struggling with loneliness meanwhile it seems others have easily found someone to spend quarantine with
One anonymous person said their quarantine has improved because they’ve started dating someone
Another singleton who lives in Scotland, said it’s difficult to know if they really like their date while following social distancing guidelines
A singleton from California vented the frustration of not having sex in seven months because of covid-19 guidelines