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Title: Changes in tongue kissing in hook-ups after COVID-19
Author: Ruiz Eugenio, Laura
Torras-Gómez, Elisabeth
López De Aguileta Jaussi, Garazi
Gutiérrez-Fernández, Nerea
Keywords: COVID-19
Relacions sexuals
Control d'infeccions
Sexual intercourse
Infection control
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2020
Publisher: MDPI
Abstract: A growing body of social and behavioral sciences studies are providing evidence on how COVID-19 is influencing changes in society and among individuals. A few of those studies focus on how it is affecting behavioral and habit changes in stable couples. Yet its influence on changes in hook-ups remains understudied. To contribute to filling this gap, this exploratory study analyzes changes related to tongue kissing in hook-ups promoted by increased awareness of tongue kissing certain people as a potential source of transmission. Through pre- and post-test questionnaires given to 20 girls (18-30 years old), potential changes in the memories of past tongue-kissing hook-ups and in intentions and perceptions towards future ones can be observed among 12 participants. The implications of these findings suggest not only how the new normal might affect tongue kissing in hook-ups among these girls but also how these girls might freely decide with whom to engage in sexual-affective relationships in the future.
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It is part of: Sustainability, 2020, vol. 12, num. 16, p. 6309
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ISSN: 2071-1050
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