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Dr. Ruth warns quarantined singles should be careful with cyber sex




Dr. Ruth‘s advice for single people struggling with quarantine alone, saying, “Don’t lose hope, things will get better” — but she also is warning singles to be wary of online video sex.

“Make sure you do something that is pleasurable and if you are alone, make sure that you decide when this is over you are going to find a partner,” the iconic sex therapist tells Page Six.

She wants to sound a word of warning for single people against using some online sites with video. “We don’t know yet all the technology,” she said, “I would be very careful,” and instead suggests to turn to “fantasy” privately without putting yourself online.

But, “If you do feel sexual, by all means bring yourself to sexual satisfaction,” Ruth, 91, says.

For couples, Ruth says we must manage expectations. “Those people who have a partner are lucky because they have someone at home and if the relationship is good then this experience just makes it stronger.

“If the relationship is not so good then staying home together will not help. Don’t have expectations that we can’t fulfill,” adding, “Make sure you keep a good attitude about life and about sex.”

She also says “bravo!” to the NY Department of Health who released guidelines last week, “for being so forthcoming and explicit that even I was surprised that they are talking not only about kissing but about some very explicit sexual provisions.”

Such as? “What really surprised me is they were talking about rimming … It shows us that things have progressed, that we are willing to speak about these things.”

The NY DOH also suggested limiting the number of sexual partners and washing hands and sex toys for at least 20 seconds after sex.




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