youngguns68999 32F  
56 posts
5/1/2020 10:58 pm

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boyhowdy53 67M
712 posts
5/2/2020 4:51 am

That probably depends on how risky they are and how much of a risk taker you are.

Spiked_Log_Trap 46M
295 posts
5/2/2020 5:50 am

I would not meet. I don't want to take the chance of starting a chain whereas someones beloved older relative gets sick and dies. I grew up without grandparents., so I know what its like not to have them around to be a moderating, second set of parents, do things with or share their life experiences. All the good things grandparents can and should do for their grandchildren. Please don't meet.

SingleItalianGy2 49M  
1196 posts
5/2/2020 6:16 am

IF I were to meet in today's current environment I would be comfortable as long the person I'm meeting isn't showing symptoms.

profcoquin27bis 57M
4180 posts
5/2/2020 6:35 am

not sure

clittywhisperer1 57M
1415 posts
5/2/2020 6:48 am

only if all involved can show they are tested to be negative for the virus .

nudistathome233 60M

5/2/2020 1:06 pm

My doctor gave me a safety plan. Wear gloves at the gas station, then pitch.

Wear your mask in Walmart, etc. You do not have to give up sex at home.

When anyone walks in, have them take off their shoes and wipe the bottom with a bleach & water rag.

Wash your own hands very good. Say the Pledge of Allegiance. Obviously, use the 6 ft rule when you are out.

Is it risky to have sex at home? Yes, if the other person has HIV.


69magilla 60M  
68 posts
5/5/2020 11:27 pm

as much as u want to, and that pretty kitty says yes...... playing it safe just makes sense for now. there will be tons of times soon enough when this pandemic is gone that you can have all the fun - safe - sex that your body can handle. and omg what a body you have girl......
You've got quite the arsenal of toys to enjoy also, for now... play it safe - Family first you are so young and years of playtime ahead.

Mr2please2 59M  
61 posts
5/10/2020 7:28 am

So tempting to meet up with a certain cpl/friends....Trying to figure out a safe way...any ideas?

alexis19720 46F  
9 posts
5/11/2020 7:39 am

I would not advise meeting anyone until there is more testing,

Smalltownminn 36M
1 post
5/23/2020 12:55 pm

I say meet new people instead

Th4Sph1Nx 35M  
3 posts
6/17/2020 9:47 pm

It makes me pretty darn hesitant to meet at all right now. I am considering cancelling my gym membership and just working out on my own even though the infection rate in MT is (relatively) miniscule.

YandTandA 45M
616 posts
7/9/2020 10:05 am

You should respond to your blog posts. Makes for a more interactive experience for your blog members.

I'm staying home, bindgeing LOTS of porn &

fordfire4 46M  
283 posts
8/31/2020 11:18 pm

Being a firefighter/paramedic, I decided not to meet. I've been exposed at work too many times to count. It's not worth the risk for me to expose someone. Asking for test results prior to meeting is pointless unless you live in a bubble from the time you test until you meet.

racer0143 51M  
152 posts
9/23/2020 4:25 pm

I say do it! You know we have always had a thing for each other!

undoubledsolid7 43M  
28 posts
12/19/2020 12:33 am

I would say go for it, unless that person or those people make you a worse person inside. You are the company you keep so to speak. Enjoy life, have fun, make mistakes, but learn from it at the same time, its how we become who we are

NCHankyPanky 70M
4 posts
1/17/2021 2:16 pm

Patience. You're young. Plenty of time when it's safe.

looking08152 52M  
39 posts
3/1/2021 7:36 am

I would meet them if the chance came up.

Mr2please2 59M  
61 posts
3/13/2021 10:22 am

I posted here last year.. I have met my fav cpl since...even wore a mask. I'm vaccinated now and plan to meet again soon!...My advise is just gotta be careful and use your head!

marsandvenus5558 66M/63F  
71 posts
7/15/2021 5:14 pm

We say wait until you and your playmates are fully vaccinated. We put all playing on hold for over a year but are now back at it as we are both fully vaccinated and play with similar people.

savageguy378 54M  
39 posts
11/3/2021 7:23 pm

Since you wrote the question or blog in 2020, a lot has changed, and we learned a lot more. Unfortunately, politics or politicians are playing fear mongering with the COVID virus vs. science on some of the studies that have been done and out there. If you have no underlying conditions, and the couple or people you meet have no symptoms, have or updated vaccination cards they can show, and tested against all the bad things out there when it comes to the lifestyle, then I say go for it. And it is good if it is a couple you already know and have the trust factor for the friendship/relationship. And take the age level into effect. Younger people generally are not super spreaders of the virus, although media may say use your best judgment and read the latest news or studies that may be out there or after you wrote this blog from 2020 for more information. Life's a gamble and we should not stop living......and having fun in life. Hope that helps Just my thoughts


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