“Any person in a lockdown-like situation where there is loneliness, isolation, threat of uncertainty and perhaps increased irritability, is more likely to turn to sexuality as a means of coping, especially if there are no other healthy alternatives available,” says Dr Vasudeo Paralikar, head of psychiatry at the KEM research institute in the western city of Pune.

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