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Low-Contact Kinks For Sex in Strange Times

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During the pandemic, we have been advised to practice social distancing. With illness spreading through droplets, keeping our coughs and saliva to ourselves is isolating as far as sex goes!

There have been other considerations in other times—HIV is spread through blood and bodily fluids, and the condom became an absolute staple in response.

There are other reasons for limited contact sex. A person might have another illness or be less mobile and agile. A person with a compromised immune system might be cautious about too many contacts.

Common sense advice for wellness includes avoiding contact with others if you are ill, always using condoms, and good hygiene. But getting creative and experimenting with low-contact kinks can help keep the flame alive!

Low-Contact Kinks for Singles and Couples

Kinky Masturbation

The safest sex partner you can have is yourself. Whether you relish the touch of your own hand or are so tired of being alone, it’s time to rethink your relationship to yourself and maintain or take on a positive, affirming attitude towards solo sex.

Masturbation has many health benefits, few complications, and for impossible or illegal kinks, it’s the only way to play. Anything goes in your mind!

Virtual Sex Parties

Have hot one-on-one video conferences or hook up with like-minded kink lovers from all over the world! Technology can connect you to your favorite lovers or new ones. You can tune in to watch same-household partners do filthy things to each other, dress up, role play, enjoy group masturbation, or show off your dungeon!

Kinky dating sites that offer video chat are an easy way to get started right away with this.

Creative BDSM

There are probably hundreds of ways to enjoy BDSM practices with limited skin-to-skin or fluid contact. Masks or hoods or medical masks are already part of the play for many pursuits. Use non-porous gloves and keep all equipment and clothing clean and sterilized. Spanking, rope bondage, cock-and ball-torture—use your imagination to make your favorite BDSM or S&M practices low contact.

Object Penetration

Hands in non-porous gloves can safely penetrate a partner’s vagina, mouth, or ass with a fist or with sterilized dildos, butt plugs, and other sex toys. While penis-in-vagina sex means getting pretty close to your partner, you can remain at arm’s length and wear masks when being penetrated with toys.

Role Play with PPE

If low-contact sex is outside of your realm of preferences, you can figure out how to make the most of it by playing different personas and characters. In this era of medical caution, an obvious kink for playing doctor works wonders. And if that’s not your usual thrill, it can be in your role-play repertoire. Nurses, doctors, and patients can all wear masks and sterile gloves and gowns.

Role play teacher-student scenarios that have low contact and are hands off. Mine your erotic imagination for scenes that minimize contact and incorporate personal protective equipment.

Foot Fetish

You can smother her feet in oils, perfume, and roses. You can jerk off to her posing in high heels or sweaty sneakers. You can caress her tender tootsies with your dick or ask for a footjob. You can kiss and lick her feet. You can give her a pedicure. This kink is very safe, especially if you both wear masks and follow common-sense hygiene.

Body Worship

Even if the object of worship is naked, the devotee can wear gloves and protective clothing. Both can wear masks. You can indulge a body or body part in all kinds of sensory stimulation with hands, scarves, feathers, ice, massage oils, and more.

What’s your go-to low-contact kink? Share your tips in the comments!

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