As lockdown restrictions start to ease and the options to see a few friends, go out for dinner, or maybe even date, all become possibilities again, it's easy to feel a little bit overwhelmed with choice.
We may also realise that the tracksuit we have been wearing while making our sourdough bread and binging Netflix is all we have worn in about two months. While amazingly comfortable, we may not be feeling super sexy and ready to party.
We have built ourselves amazingly cosy little lockdown shells that have kept us sane in isolation, but how do we emerge from the cocoon, and embrace our sexual selves?
Join our resident sexpert, Annabelle, as she guides you through the wonderful world of kegel balls and love eggs. Are they the same? Will they both tighten your pelvic floor? Are either a suitable breakfast option? All will be revealed.
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A married couple from Scotland, Alex and Louise met on a night out in Edinburgh 11 years ago. Although the relationship has changed a lot over the years, they are just as much in love today as they were back then. Unfortunately a car accident six years ago has left them both in chronic pain.
They hope by talking about the issues they face and how they might overcome them, it might help others in a similar situation. Here, Alex talks about being autistic and in a long-term relationship.
"For most of my life I felt out of place, like a puzzle piece that just doesn't fit. It wasn't until a few years ago that I finally understood the reason why.
I always knew I was different, that was pretty obvious if I am honest. I went to a school for children with learning difficulties but it wasn't until I was much older that I discovered the cause.
When a friend first suggested I was autistic, I was sceptical to say the least but I can't deny he was right."
Whether you're a sex toy newbie or your goodie drawer runneth over, deciding on a new bedroom plaything can sometimes seem like a daunting prospect.
For example, you might want a vibrator. But with hundreds to choose from in our vibes category, how do you know which one will work for you? Or which stroker's going to give you the greatest gratification?
Sure, you can check out the reviews, but with over a quarter of a million of them to explore, where do you start?
So in the interest of bringing sexual happiness to all, we reached out to our lovely Lovehoney forum members to find out which were their ultimate toys toys for discovering new sensations, getting closer to their partners, and helping them to feel even more sexually satisfied.
Keep on reading to see which toys could help to transform your sexual happiness!
Sex toys aren't just for people with vulvas. There are a wide range of awesome toys on the market to tickle your pickle, play with your prostate and have a ball with your danglies. Join Annabelle as she shows you how to upgrade your solo session with sex toys.
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