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This year Mashable is celebrating the season of love with Horny on Mainan exploration of the many ways that thirsting for sex affects our lives. Erika Gallion and Hans Rainier went on their second date on Nov. The couple, who met on Bumble, made plans for election night because they were confident that Donald Trump wouldn't win.

Instead of dwelling on the New York Times ' contentious election needlethey spent the night flirting at a local fair in Jacksonville, Florida. We'd kissed but nothing more," Gallion reminisced.

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Unsettled, they watched the vote counts roll in "with red wine and despair. Amazingly, their relationship thrived beyond their unfortunate second date. Gallion, 27, and Rainier, 29, are now engaged. But the exhausting news cycle of scandals, missteps, and near-constant feeling that the world can end any time looms over them.

Sex, and all the desire that comes with it, feels like a chore. We'll catch up on our days, eat, talk shit about Trump, and again it's like wow, I really don't feel horny right now. I feel sad and hopeless. It doesn't help that Gallion, a writer, and Rainier, a graphics artist for a news station, have careers that revolve around keeping up with the world's conflicts. Gallion and Rainier's dilemma isn't uncommon; many have reported that their libidos took a nosedive following the presidential race.

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A few weeks before the election, Salon published a piece titled "Donald Trump is destroying America's sex life: Why his hateful orange mug has wrecked our libido. As we approach the next presidential election cycle nearly four years later, people still aren't in the mood to be horny. Dubbing this period the "sex recession," the Atlantic blames the lack of sex on an increase in masturbation, overbearing parents, dating apps, and bad sex.

But it goes beyond a lack of desire — young people still want to have sex, we may just be too overwhelmed by a perpetual flow of information to do anything about it. Kenny Morrison, a year-old case manager in Philadelphia, said he was more sexually active before the election, swiping on dating apps and making more of an effort to meet people. Since that election cycle, he's been "hyperaware" of what's going on in the world. And while he hasn't given up entirely, he's pretty sure other gay men his age are "much more sexually active" because they're not dealing with the crushing weight of staying informed.

Even when I'm having sex I feel like my mind is still scattered and not focusing on enjoyment. The noise from being hammered with updates from the world can have a ificant effect on desire, Los Angeles-based sex therapist Shannon Chavez said. Being so engaged with the developments and takes becomes the sole source of stimulation, she explained, and will make you "less likely to socially engage with others.

Emotional capacity became a meme last year when a particularly cold text template went viralbut it's true. Human beings do have a limited reserve of energy to spend on processing emotions. Chavez calls politics and all of the news that comes with it is "emotionally arousing. It's just too much, even if you're not consciously thinking about it, it's in your subconscious.

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Staying this informed is exhausting, but it's also distracting. For Yasmine Hamou, a year-old based in Austin, being "more aware to every little thing" doesn't lessen her libido — it just makes sex less enjoyable. She explained that she'll often peruse Pornhub or OnlyFans while trying to focus on a masturbation session, only to be interrupted by push notifications about a terrorist attack, the climate crisis, "or something else that just als how frustratingly apocalyptic it is to be alive in My head hurts.

It's unfortunate because being horny and sexual is one of the beautiful things of life When you're dealing with the day-to-day stresses of life, from making student loan payments, to establishing a career, to keeping the lights on, sex takes a backseat. On the other hand, Emily feels like even when "everything is falling apart, there's always the desire to have sex.

She's so efficient, in fact, that she's even optimized masturbation to take as little time as possible.

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Emily thinks of self-pleasure as "meeting a need" like eating or sleep. Hamou, meanwhile, often feels guilty for experiencing sexual desire when there's so much else going on in the world. Although she studied political science, she feels torn about working in sales when she could be campaigning for a candidate she believes in. Who has time to change the world if someone's finger's in your butt, you know?

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In the context of masturbation specifically, Chavez wants more people to go in with the same mindset they have when they take vacations or attend concerts. You already set up your emotional mindset to go into it with pleasure," Chavez said. People rush it because they feel like the goal is orgasm. In her book Trick MirrorJia Tolentino writes that women are pressured into constant efficiency because they're trapped in the "intersection of capitalism and patriarchy. But it isn't exclusive to women — Morrison is struggling to fit sex into his busy schedule as well. Chavez is concerned that sex isn't a priority in most young people's lives anymore, because so much emphasis is placed on other tasks.

It needs to be prioritized. And in a culture that stresses efficiency and productivity, she says she finds many of her patients putting off finding relationships and seeking sex until after they've achieved stability. But when can you officially say you have your life together? With advancements in birth control, sex can be solely for pleasure, but pleasure itself can feel too self-indulgent to regularly incorporate into daily life. The guilt associated with sex doesn't necessarily stem from shame, but from knowing you can do more to better the world than get dicked down.

Even if making time for sex feels daunting when stacked against every other important task we have to tackle, desire should be a priority. In its analysis of the "sex recession," the Atlantic theorized that young Americans were having less sex because they were turned off by uncomfortable experiences.

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While we're living in an age of sex positivity and progress in sex educationChavez finds that most young people are taught to have safe sex, but not good sex. Drawing from my own experiences, I asked her why promiscuity doesn't always correlate with satisfaction. That's not to say that you can't have good sex with multiple sexual partners, but Chavez noted that "quality of sex requires communication skills young people just aren't getting.

Good sex, Chavez said, involves consent, discussing boundaries, and telling your partner when they're doing something badly. While sex education is finally starting to include discussions of consent, few if any curriculums include guidelines to telling partners that they suck at fingering — Netflix's Sex Education touches on it in an all-too-familiar scene between two teenagers. That's why like many sex therapists, Chavez tries to frame sex as wellness, not indulgence.

She equates it to exercise — just as you'd make staying physically active part of your every day health, seeking pleasure should be too. Even if the world is on fire, nobody should feel guilty for wanting to get off instead of immediately jumping to fix the problem. It's healthy, she said, to be self-focused during sex. The more you improve your mindset and health around sex, the more you improve your well being. Healthy communication doesn't only apply to correcting your partners. Jay, a British year-old student in Canterbury who preferred to keep his last name private, recently found himself too in his own head to perform during sex.

He hadn't been sexually active for long, having just lost his virginity, and found himself worrying over his appearance, the cleanliness of his bedroom, Brexit, his financial state, and how his performance compared to the ones frequently seen in porn. Like I couldn't focus on it because I was too stressed to finish," Jay said, adding that his girlfriend understood and talked it through with him. Jay said he and his girlfriend put their clothes back on, had a snack, and talked about Jay's anxieties. The nonstop updates about the state of the world can be distracting, especially for young adults trying to navigate life on their own for the first time.

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Sexual fulfillment doesn't have to come from actual sex, especially if performance anxiety contributes to the noise. It's any way you give and receive pleasure," Chavez said, listing sensual massages, dancing together, and any physical touch as alternatives. There are no ideals, no norms. There's no proof that one way of having sex is the best way. The election inspired young people to stay informed about the world they live in, and fostered a culture of being on at all times.

Gallion, the engaged writer, said her peers are "awakening to the terribleness of everything" earlier than their predecessors because of how easy it is to stay connected. Instagram, Twitter, and Reddit expose us to infinitely more knowledge and opinions than our parents' generation had in their 20s. It's like a change in your diet or your exercise routine. That's not to say that you need to sequester yourself into the woods and leave being online entirely.

But like any aspect of health, if staying informed makes you feel so anxious and depressed it's affecting your sex drive, consider scaling back on engagement. Chavez said the news is "absolutely a source you should limit or try to take a break from. The near-universal vulnerability that comes with difficult conversations about politics is an unexpected perk in developing more intimate relationships. Gallion found that because they share so much concern for the news, she and Rainier reached "a level of honesty and transparency" that she hadn't experienced in any relationship.

Because of that, they can have open conversations about their boundaries, kinks, and desires. Sex is such an escape right now, it's got this ephemeral lovely quality and that is very hot to me. No matter how tired you are of being horny, at least there's hope. Now try logging off and going outside. Social Good. Who has time to think about sex when you're trying to stay informed about the world's tragedies? We asked TikTok baristas about Riddler's question mark latte art in 'The Batman' trailer "To be honest, I've been asked to draw a lot worse things.

Addison Rae tweeted that she was banned from TikTok. But she's back, so that was To get permanently banned, an would have to partake in "severe or repeated violations. Local reporter shredding while delivering news is a delight to watch Sick. Jonah Hill sets boundary with followers, asks them not to comment on his body "It's not helpful and doesn't feel good. Fire TV Stick 4K Max is a stellar streaming stick you can live without Amazon mostly nailed it this time, but there are better values out there. Now it's stuck in your head, too. It's time for your latest 'Saturday Night Live' earworm.

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