It’s been a long, hard winter for many with the lockdown restrictions – especially on many people’s sex lives.
However, with restrictions easing, people are starting to find their mojo when it comes to sex again.
And what better may to mark coming out of lockdown on June 21 than having your own specially made condom?
June 21 is when England aims to enter the final phase of its roadmap out of lockdown, at which point the government hopes to remove all legal limits on social contact.
Seeing as people haven’t had much contact with each other at all, it’s though that people will be taking full advantage of the freedom to make “social contact”.
However, despite the threat of Covid-19 subsiding in this country, thanks to the vaccine rollout, the risk posed by unprotected sex remains.
Because of this, men’s digital health clinic FromMars is giving away free 21 June condoms, to ensure people ‘Wrap Up. Stay Safe.’
There’s only a limited amount available, but if you’re quick, you can get yours here.
It’s probably best to stock up epidemiologist has predicted a roaring 20s after the pandemic.
Dr Nicholas Christakis revealed his vision of the decade ahead in his book, Apollo’s Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of Coronavirus on the Way We Live.
Speaking to The Guardian about his vision, he explained: “During epidemics you get increases in religiosity, people become more abstentious, they save money, they get risk averse and we’re seeing all of that now just as we have for hundreds of years during epidemics.”
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However, once the threat subsides, Dr Christakis says he expects see these behaviours flipped on their head, as religiosity and conservatism erodes and a period of free spending and “sexual licentiousness” replaces it.
The news comes as it was revealed recently that condom sales in Britain have surged as people set their sights on a post-lockdown sex fest.
Condom companies are reporting a sharp increase in sales as lockdown restrictions continue to be eased.
This included Durex, which reported a “double-digit” rise in the first quarter of 2021.