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    What I never learned about the clitoris in sex ed is enough to fill multiple books.

    Looking back, it’s no wonder I didn’t have an orgasm until I was 21. Historically, sex education has mainly focused on how we reproduce as human beings and how to avoid becoming a young parent. This may be a big part of why the clitoris has been so overlooked in the classroom.

    The clitoris is the only organ in the body with the sole purpose of providing pleasure. That’s it. That’s its only function. So, it’s no surprise that the clitoris hasn’t been covered in sex education classes that are only concerned with the best ways to prevent a pregnancy.

    When you’re concentrating teaching a class on the egg and the sperm, the clit doesn’t really enter into it – but should it? The clitoris plays a crucial role in sex and masturbation, so if your high school sex ed classes didn’t leave you any wiser we’ve got six facts ready to kick-start your clitoral education.

    From moans and groans to creaky bedsprings, sex brings with it an entire orchestra of weird and wonderful noises.

    But when you're sharing that house with others, be it members of the family or housemates who could hear a pin drop, hopping on the good foot and doing the bad thing can seem... trickier.

    A house full of people isn't the easiest place to get it on, but before you put a ban on bonking, or throw your favourite vibrator to the back of a drawer, here are some handy tips to help you get your rocks off in incognito mode.


    Sex can seem like the goal of intimacy. But what are we actually talking about here? For a lot of people ‘sex’ means penis in vagina, however there is so much more to being erotic with somebody. You have desire, anticipation, foreplay, oral sex, vaginal sex, anal sex and, yes, those highly sought-after orgasms. And while an orgasm can be great, it doesn’t need to be our only goal, in fact we actually don’t really need any goals besides feeling pleasure.

    Being sexual with someone should mean we are focusing on pleasure. This means, how we can give pleasure to our partner and how we can receive pleasure. The focus should not be on getting the penis inside the vagina as soon as possible and both racing towards an orgasm as fast as we can.

    For a lot of people, 'penis in vagina' is not part of their sexual repertoire. And many people need that foreplay, that warming up, that build of pleasure and sensation where mind and body are overwhelmed with arousal. So if you haven't indulged in some serious foreplay in a while, now is the time. Let's remove some stigmas around foreplay and sex.

    Position of the Week: Bottoms Up

    What's the deal with love eggs?

    Small, discreet and brilliantly fun, these little guys are a go-to for couple's playtime. But, how do they work? What's the best way to use a love egg? How do you choose the right one? Join Annabelle as she tells you everything you need to know about these mini marvels.

    If you've enjoyed this video don't forget to share, like and subscribe. We put out fun new videos every week.


    I can say with utter confidence that I never thought I'd try a pussy pump. For one thing, I've never spoken to anyone who has owned one. My friends and I have spoken about which vibrators are the quietest and which toys are best for starting to explore anal play, but no one in my social circle has ever brought up the topic of pussy pumps.

    Because pussy pumps were completely foreign to me, I had always found the look of them kind of intimidating. I'd only ever seen them in sex shops, and they'd always been large and black in colour, with explicit imagery on the box.

    Despite these trepidations, I decided to try out a pussy pump for Lovehoney’s new ‘Sex Toys I Never Thought I’d Try’ series. It seemed unfair to keep knocking this kind of sex toy if I’d never actually tried it.

    It wasn’t long before the postman left a plain brown package on my doorstep. There wasn't a single clue on the parcel to suggest what was inside, but I knew my Lovehoney Supreme Sensation Pussy Pump had arrived!

    Position of the Week: Over the Top

    They both go up your bum, but they have a few differences. Join Annabelle as she explores the world of anal play, so you can decide which bum-fun toy is best for you.


    As we as a society become more sex positive, so too do the TV shows we watch!

    There are many factors that can qualify a TV show as a sexually happy one.

    Some of our criteria is as follows: The show tackles taboo topics like female masturbation. The experience of LGBTQI+ individuals is shown. The importance of consent and safe sex is stressed. The show calls out those who engage in ‘slut shaming’ or are homophobic.

    We’ve tirelessly trawled through the vast number of programs on Netflix (what a hardship, haha) and found 4 sexually happy shows that you can binge on now.

    Whoever designed sex had a great sense of humour.

    Think about it. All those dangly bits banging together. The ridiculous plight of removing skinny jeans. The noises, some voluntary, some not so voluntary.

    It's a laugh riot. And yet, very few of us feel that a laugh in the bedroom is... appropriate.

    While we understand that no one wants to be greeted with uncontrollable chortles when they strip down to their undies, a sense of humour is actually great for your sex life. In this blog we show you why.

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