As for whether or not you can have sex with two different people in a week, it’s completely up to you.
How many partners do you feel comfortable sleeping with in a certain period of time?
Some might be OK with keeping it casual at first, but hey, feelings change.
True, it might feel like an uncomfortable conversation to have (especially if you wait a while to bring it up) but it’s better than making your dating status the big awkward elephant in the room.
The best thing to do is to just be open about it right off the bat with a new partner.
Instead of throwing caution to the wind and breaking out your Magic Wand mid-action, talk about it with your partner beforehand, and make cleaning your toys a top priority.
I know, you can barely find time to clean your shower drain regularly, let alone all your sex toys.
With all of the different hook-up apps we have today, casual dating has become the new norm. More and more people are keeping their options open as they figure out what they want, which sometimes involves sleeping with several partners at a time.
However, most of those casual daters aren’t having an honest conversation about it—which is why I’m so glad you had the guts to bring this up.
After the break-up of a long relationship, it can be almost frightening to be single again: you’ve relied for so long on another person to meet certain emotional, practical and financial needs.
However, one of the most liberating things about being single is the empowerment it brings: you realise that you have skills and talents for coping with life that have remained dormant for years and can now resurface.
Whether or not the end of your last relationship was your choice, it can be daunting to start all over again.
Paula Hall offers some practical advice to men and women seeking a new long-term relationship.
The solution: Find yourself a gadget that cleans them for you, like the UVee.