17 women on how COVID-19 is changing sex.

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In our new and rapidly-changing coronavirus reality, almost nothing about daily life feels the same.

From the way we work and how we parent our kids, to what those of us who can’t get our hands on toilet paper are wiping our bums with, nearly everything we know is changing because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This includes sex: when, how often, where and with whom.

So, we asked 17 Aussie women who are single, dating, in long-term relationships, living with their partners or married, how our new normal way of life with self-isolation and social distancing is affecting their sex lives. Below, you’ll find the good, the bad, and the frequent masturbation.

WATCH: Here’s how our favourite celebrities are getting creative stuck in isolation. Post continues after video.

1. Britt, in a long-term relationship.

“My partner is a supermarket worker. He’s working extra hours, so sex isn’t…

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