Well we can meet up now

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This has meant a huge change in the way we live our lives and importantly, our sex lives. At this time though, and despite the recent NSW Government announcement that now allows some home visitations, the advice around practising physical distancing remains, meaning that we should still hold off from casual sex. Up to now, you may have received the occasional message from a guy who wants to meet up for sex well, lucky you! Many of us may be on dating and hook-up apps more than ever before. So to start, there are some really simple things you can do to your profile to let people know that you are social distancing and not looking to meet up for sex at the moment.

This gives a clear and direct message about your intentions while online. If the app allows it, you could also add that information in other fields.

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Saying it the right way and being honest might also soften the blow of him feeling rejected later in the conversation. Saying no can be tricky, but again, it can all be in the delivery! Or what you are going to do to him when you see him next. Consider it like dangling a carrot in front of a horse. Be sexy and creative, and keep the flame alive. Who knows, maybe this is your pivot into a regular sexting session? If it feels right, why not redirect the topic elsewhere? They were probably looking for a hook-up not a catch-up, right?

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Consider moving your encounter to a virtual oneperhaps by having a jerk session through FaceTime, or try out phone sex or swapping pics being careful with what you share! With some luck, he might respect your decision and who knows this could be a new, hot way for you both to get off together. If their tone becomes insistent, then maybe this calls for a clear and firm response.

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But now is not the time to give in. No one likes to be rejected, and some can take it worse than others. If all else fails, remember you can always stop engaging with them and consider picking up the conversation at a later point when emotions have calmed down. You can take breaks from apps if you feel like they are starting to affect your mental health, and chat with a friend about if it helps — they may have experienced something similar and could offer some sound advice. Remember, by saying no to casual sex, you are doing what is right for you and the broader community — and you should feel supported in that.

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about how we use cookies by reading our Privacy Policy. What do you want your online profile to look like? Tease him with a no… for now some guys like that too Saying no can be tricky, but again, it can all be in the delivery!

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Sight and sound Consider moving your encounter to a virtual oneperhaps by having a jerk session through FaceTime, or try out phone sex or swapping pics being careful with what you share! If he insists, how do you reject him without hurting feelings?

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Well we can meet up now

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