Earmuffs, little ones. The adults need to have a grown-up talk.
Are they gone?
Sex. It’s a thing people do until they get married and college kids are big fans of it. Bad for stopping the spread of coronavirus (among other things), sex will be a big issue once students are back on campus because they can be monitored and distanced all day long, but when the sun goes down and the Black Cherry White Claws come out, all rules will go out the window.
At the University of Georgia, however, administrators are hoping at least one rule will be followed at all hours, in all circumstances: Masks. You have to wear them to go to class and at Georgia you have to keep them on while you’re getting to know your favorite classmates in a more intimate setting; say, for instance, during the most private moment two (or more) people can have together, the one to two minutes they are one.
At Georgia, if you’re doing things of that nature, whether it be with your significant other or a stranger you met an hour ago, you should consider wearing your mask because “heavy breathing and panting can further spread the virus.” It says so right here in Georgia’s “Covid-19 Considerations” for UGA students:
Georgia students are also encouraged to practice solo sex because YOU are your safest sex partner.
There will be no shortage of solo sex practicing throughout the dorms, but good luck with the no kissing and masks during sex.