The loneliness and uncertainty of social distancing, isolating, and quarantining might have some sex workers tempted to see clients; here’s why you shouldn’t.

In the age of COVID-19, the reality of being alone is coming to the surface for all of us. Sex workers, in particular, have been severely impacted by the outbreak.

With people shut inside, online views may have increased, but the high majority of sex workers have lost all in-person bookings because of the pandemic.

As citizens of the world have taken up social distancing amid the isolation and terror, one thing has become clear – we are missing human connection, and that includes sexual connection.

Both sex workers and clients are struggling to come to terms with the various implications of social distancing, which is more likely to become the norm long after the pandemic has ended.

This is not to suggest sex work won’t return to normal. Eventually, it will, and many believe there will be a boom in bookings when the dread, as well as the virus, subsides.

Humans have been engaging in sexual practice, in its many forms, since the dawn of humankind and the sex work industry has since managed to thrive through many a global crisis.

Whether out of boredom, desperation for social contact or the ultimately irrepressible powers of human horniness, perhaps the only thing safe to assume in these uncertain times is that people will go on having sex.

The demand for sexual satisfaction certainly hasn’t decreased as a result of the coronavirus. In fact, visits to PornHub, which offer free pornographic videos and movies, have seen a significant increase in traffic, particularly after the site announced it would make its premium service free to all visitors during the pandemic.

The sex work industry, however, has essentially shut down as a result of COVID-19 – massage parlours have closed nationwide, and social distancing has made it difficult for escorts to take clients.

Getting up close and personal with a client can transmit COVID-19, which is why some sex workers are turning to FaceTime, Skype or video chat sex. Some are simply rediscovering the lost art of phone sex.

For the client, there is the same inherent sexiness in escapism, irrespective of whether the experience is in-person or via remote technology.

FaceTime and phone sex is also, arguably, more personal. Clients want the intimacy of being in your bedroom and talking to you on your phone. For them, it feels more like having a partner.

And while FaceTime or phone sex isn’t clearly the same as seeing a client in person, at least for the time being, it is something.

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