Singletons set sights on ‘slutty summer’ because ‘everyone’s horny’


A summer of randy debauchery lies ahead once the Covid-19 vaccination rollout enables free social mixing – and with it casual sex.

Before it has even started, New York locals are calling Summer 2021 “The Slutty Summer” and “The Whoring Twenties.”

Instagram dating expert Serena Kerrigan says the next few months will be “the Summer of F***s”.

Single New Yorkers, like single people across the globe, have been starved of human contact and all that comes with it.

The New York City Department of Health sex guidelines for Covid-19 recommended that if people absolutely had to have sex, they should wear face masks throughout.



Summer 2021 is expected to be one long, wild party
Summer 2021 is expected to be one long, wild party

“Make it a little kinky,” the official document recommended. “Be creative with sexual positions and physical barriers, like walls, that allow sexual contact while preventing close face to face contact.”

But now almost everyone’s vaccinated, the walls are coming down. “This summer is about having lots of sex,” Serena Kerrigan told the New York Post. “Everyone’s getting vaccinated, everyone’s horny, everyone’s sick of (Zoom dates).”

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New Yorker Melissa Vitale agrees, predicting an “explosion of sexuality” in the Big Apple this Summer. “There’s going to be such a liberation,” she said. “it’s going to be a big party everywhere you go”.



Singletons can’t wait to mingle again

Taking a more academic approach, Yale university sociologist Nicholas Christakis says that pandemics are often followed by periods of wild partying: “Typically, if you look at centuries of plagues, there’s a party at the end,” he explained. “When the epidemics of the bubonic plague ended, there was dancing in the streets.”

Whether new York’s sexual explosion spreads to British cities remains to be seen, but with infection rates still dropping and around one in every two Brits now vaccinated it seems more likely than not that it will.

However, the decline of Covid-19 doesn’t mean you can drop your guard entirely. Sexual health experts warn that a super-gonorrhoea strain could take hold this summer. And although it is most common among the 20-24 age group, with a rate of 269.5 per 100,000 of the population, it can affect lovers of any age.

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So even if you’re taking your mask off for sex, it’s probably still worth popping a condom on.





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