Queer people still considering dates and hook-ups despite strict coronavirus social distancing rules
Around two in 10 queer people would consider hooking-up with someone even as measures to curb the coronavirus pandemic includes strict social distancing.
The coronavirus pandemic has redefined day-to-day living for countless people as lockdowns and pleas to minimise contact with other people are enforced by world leaders.
While the virus’ death toll bears down on all, around 28 per cent of LGBT+ people would still consider going out on dates, according to a report published Tuesday by Queer Voices Heard.
Queer community ‘pessimistic’ about how coronavirus pandemic will impact them, researchers say.
Survey takers for the social enterprise group described the “genuine fear” the community feels about the viral outbreak, with 57 per cent of participants feeling their lives will be worse off in six months time as a
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