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    Sometimes when you’re dating, there’s nothing worse than that, “What are we?” stage.

    You find yourself thinking, “Are we dating? Are we seeing each other? Are we official?” and it can be a tough case to crack. Labelling your new relationship is something we all want (or need) to do but it comes as no surprise that a lot of the time, we don’t really know what we should be calling it.

    Not only do we have that ever-so-helpful voice inside our heads telling us to get a wriggle on with it, we’re in the Facebook age now where the seriousness of our relationships is determined by the status we set on our social media profile.

    However, if you’re not really sure what label you should be giving your new relationship in 2018, have a think about the stage you’re at first and take it from there. At first, it might seem clear as mud but once you’ve given it some thought, you’ll have it sussed.

    Here are some helpful hints…

    The body positive movement is about accepting and appreciating all human body types, no matter what they look like.

    What society considers to be beautiful should not cause a person to lose confidence or to feel unworthy of love and respect.

    Society's "beautiful" changes every five minutes anyway, so why bother attempting to keep up with what’s trending? We’ve spent the last three years obsessing over our eyebrows... we’ll probably be shaving them off by 2020.

    We often hear about body positivity in conjunction with the fight against fat-shaming and the pressure women face to look a certain way.

    There is more to the movement than that. Body positivity is against both skinny and fat-shaming, because body-shaming in all its forms can lead to mental health problems and harmful eating disorders.

    But body positivity should be inclusive of all genders, races, and abilities, not just female weight. So how can being body positive improve your sex life?

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    Dildos

    Whether you've got a single toy hidden away in your night stand or a gigantic collection that's taking over your whole house, everyone has that one favorite toy they always find themselves coming back to.

    You know the one. The old reliable that you never can quite replace.

    But have you ever wondered - what does your favorite sex toy say about you?

    From the classic dildo to the beasty butt plug, we've looked at seven different sex toys, and what we think your preference could indicate about your personality.

    13 Things All Bisexual People Want You to Know

    Whether you're learning more about Pride celebrations, or getting prepped early for Bi Visibility Day (23rd September, folks - mark it in your diary), there's never been a better time to find out more about the many diverse and wonderful sexualities that make up this planet.

    So if you've been itching to know more about the 'B' in LGBTQIA+, good news - here are 13 things that bisexual people would like you to know.

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    12 Things Everyone Has Thought During Sex

    Sex is a wondrous thing; like a magnificent night sky. Full of beauty, infinite possibilities and the... what the heck is that?

    We've all been there. On the road to Pleasure, via Puzzled with a pit stop in Preoccupied.

    Focusing on being relaxed and what is turning you on in the moment is key to satisfying sex.

    By practising being more present in each moment of daily life, you'll find it a lot easier to be in the moment during your lovemaking.

    With everything that's going on in our busy lives, it's understandable though that sometimes our minds take a detour.

    Don't fret about it.

    Read on for a list of things that everyone has thought of during sex.

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    Halloween-Searches

    Remember when we shared our 101 Funniest Sex Toy Searches with you back in March?

    Well, now that October 31st is creeping closer and closer, we thought we'd do a Halloween version.

    There have been over 600,000 unique terms typed into the search box on our website in the past year.

    And some of them are a little... strange.

    "Handcoffins"? Sorry, we don't sell those (and we're a bit scared)!

    Here are 54 of the freakiest searches we found.

    Happy Halloween!

    What is Foreplay?

    Generally, foreplay is known as ‘sexual activity during the lead up to sex’ or ‘things that get you in the mood’.

    But what is sex and why doesn’t it include the lead up?

    When does foreplay end and sex begin?

    Foreplay can mean lots of different things to different people, so I’ll be covering what falls into the ‘generic foreplay’ category, how creating different categories of sexual acts can be damaging, my own definition of foreplay and when I think it should happen (hint – it’s not always before!).

    Often, when the term 'foreplay' gets thrown around, it's sold as ‘something that comes before "actual" sex’ (i.e. a penis penetrating a vagina – thanks heteronormative school sex-ed). So for a long time, I assumed it to be kissing, cuddling and hands/mouth on genitals.

    I know this experience isn't uncommon, and I know that to a lot of people, that's what foreplay is.

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