SOCIALLY DISTANCED VALENTINE’S DAY; HOW TO CELEBRATE

Wednesday 03rd Feb 2021 |

There are still many uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19
pandemic and the worldwide response, but one thing is
already quite clear.

Despite the rollout of some highly effective vaccination protocols, this will be a Valentine’s Day like no other.

For couples quarantining in separate locations,
this means it will be a very different kind of romantic holiday.
So how do you celebrate the most romantic and intimate
time of year when you cannot touch your partner?

Can you celebrate Valentine’s Day while social distancing and staying safe? The short answer is yes, and here, The Luxe Nude shares seven ways to celebrate a socially distanced valentine’s day:

Swap sexy pics

socially distanced valentine's day

You may be quarantined, but you still have internet access and a smartphone, so why not combine them in the sexiest possible way? Swapping sexually charged images is a great way to reconnect with your partner across the miles, waiting for the day you can finally be together again.

Flirty texts

Sexting is not just for teenagers, and you can make those flirty text messages an integral part of our Valentine’s Day activities in the time of quarantine. Whether you go for the merely suggestive, the
downright filthy or somewhere in between, the texts you and your partner create can carry you through, filling the romance gap until the current crisis has ended.

A gift basket is always the perfect present, but gift baskets just may be the perfect choice for a socially distanced Valentine’s Day. You can stock your romantic gift baskets with your partner’s favourite foods and comfort items, then share photos of the contents to enjoy across the miles.

SOCIALLY DISTANCED VALENTINE’S DAY – App-controlled toys –

Even when you cannot touch your partner, you can still reach out across the miles. All you need is a smartphone and one of the new generations of app-enabled sex toys. These remotely controlled vibrators and other goodies are sure to get a reaction, so mail them early so they
will arrive in plenty of time for Valentine’s Day.

SOCIALLY DISTANCED VALENTINE’S DAY – Order a romantic dinner for one another –

socially distanced valentine's day

The candlelight dinner is a popular part of Valentine’s Day,
but what happens when you and your sweetie are quarantined in different houses, or in separate time zones? If you still want to enjoy a delicious meal, why not send food to your beloved and let them do the same? You can video chat together as you chow down, and even light a candle or two for
ambience.

SOCIALLY DISTANCED VALENTINE’S DAY – Send flowers to your significant other –

socially distanced valentine's day

Even in non-quarantine times, sending flowers is a big part of
Valentine’s Day, but this year those beautiful buds will have an even deeper significance. You may want to send an extra-large bouquet to make up for the physical distancing and be sure to snap lots of photos to share with your friends on social media.

SOCIALLY DISTANCED VALENTINE’S DAY – Put on virtual lingerie show –

Buying lingerie for your sweetheart is a Valentine’s Day trope, but it is also a popular Valentine’s Day gift. If you are the recipient of a sexy negligee or revealing nightie, why not host a virtual lingerie show for that special gift giver?

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