A woman has anonymously shared how sexually arousing her lockdown was different from what was pertaining.
The outbreak has brought life as we know it to stand still, with many people now unable to work or see their loved ones. And while a lot of people are following the rules put in place to get us through this difficult time, some just can’t seem to do as they’re told.
One woman, who has gone home to Australia for lockdown, has revealed she’s been ignoring all the rules to hook up with a past flame – and as a result, claims she’s been having the “most x-rated” sex of her life.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, shared her sex confession with mamamia.com.au. She explained that it all started before lockdown officially began, saying that on the day people started to take Covid-19 seriously, she decided to be rather reckless.
While others were panic-buying toilet paper and soap, she was messaging a guy, asking if he wanted to meet up for a drink and the next thing she knew, they were having “mind-blowing apocalyptic sex on the couch.”
Her antics continued as she returned to live with her family during the lockdown. Following a 14-day quarantine after flying, she got in touch with a man she had once met in a night club.
He too was very keen to meet up – despite social distancing rules. She said: “Nothing gets those embers going like breaking the rules around a global pandemic.
“We’d met for fish and chips at the beach but by the time the sun had set, we couldn’t keep our hands or mouths off each other.”
And this fling continued, with the pair frequently meeting up at the beach or his house and having sex. But these weren’t the only places they brazenly flouted the rules – the woman also admits to having sex in the back of his car in a car park and at his work at a mechanic workshop.
This information will no doubt anger or frustrate those who are religiously following the rules in the hope lockdown will be over sooner.
Many have been separated from their loved ones for months, however, we all must continue to do our part and stay home as much as possible to protect the NHS and save lives.