Love during a lockdown – The Famuan – Famuan
People are single and ready to mingle.
However, these are extremely tough and weird times. A large portion of our lives is being flipped around, but we don’t need to totally say bye to our expectations of finding a significant other. It just means we must get a little more creative.
“I’m very scared to go out and meet new people during this pandemic because I don’t know where they’ve been”, Destiny Bryant, a student at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, said.
Even though there’s a worldwide pandemic and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends social distancing to slow the spread of COVID, your romantic life doesn’t need to suffer.
“Loneliness causes fearfulness, especially during times like these. Many young adults are thinking about their mortality, which makes us crave human connection,” Lelia Roker, TMRW contributor said.
Coronavirus has roused numerous singles to go after mobile dating apps as an approach to explore their choices and options while following social separating measures. However, swiping right and inevitably meeting face to face isn’t as basic as it used to be.
“Conversations on apps like Bumble and Tindr have seen conversations on the apps surge 19-26% since the start of pandemic lockdowns in mid-March,” Roker said.
“This pandemic has put my dating life on hold because I don’t feel safe or comfortable going out. I also think