“According to psychologist Amanda Gesselman, associate director for research at Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute, the pandemic has motivated American singles to look for partners rather than casual sex. While ‘there will [certainly] be people having the time of their lives’ when it’s safe to do so, Gesselman says, ‘we actually found that people are less interested in no-strings-attached sex than they used to be.'” Vox: Are we really in for a summer of love? A post-vaccine dating investigation. (At this point, I’d settle for returning to Haight Ashbury to dine indoors.)