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Early in the pandemic, sex therapist Ian Kerner’s clients got awfully quiet. “I thought, ‘Maybe people finally don’t have the same old excuses for not having sex,’” Kerner said. “They don’t have to worry about their commute. They can stay in bed a little later. There’s not much else to do for fun beyond having sex. I was a little optimistic that the pandemic might bring an increase in closeness and intimacy and depth of feeling.”

Not so much. “For most couples, it’s hell,” clinical psychologist Peggy Kleinplatz, told The Globe and Mail newspaper for a recent article headlined, “Another victim …

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