It's been brought up in many different conversations with friends and family whether or not people can hug, kiss or anything along those lines right now due to the coronavirus. It's tough to make that decision.

Now the question is, is it ok to have some lovemaking time with your significant other? Personally, I don't think there is anything wrong with releasing some stress and getting your mind away from all the negative news on social media and TV.

USAtoday.com had a chance to speak to some New Jerseyans that mentioned that lovemaking has changed since the pandemic started. Some even said, “You want to be present when you're having sex and not worrying about the next bill – or dying."

It makes a lot of sense.

According to USAtoday.com, Lauren Clayton, who is only 27 years old, said that she is not feeling the lovemaking lifestyle during the pandemic. Her husband, who is a restaurant manager, always comes home from work all stressed, making her not want to “do it.”

There were others that told USAtoday.com that the lovemaking has not changed one bit and they are still as active as could be.

So really do you think lovemaking during this time can help you in any way, whether it be mentally, emotionally or even physically?

We learned from USAtoday.com that experts have shared that having sex can help a lot, but in some cases, it can possibly create a "negative force." One thing that was shared was if you suffer from anxiety during this pandemic having sex can possibly help you "feel desired, energized and alive."

With that being said, be careful out there unless you are looking to have a baby that was created during the coronavirus pandemic.