Ok, so you're probably aware of your own erogenous zones by now – those super-sensitive sweet spots that beg to be stroked, teased and touched.
Our lips, fingers and other areas of our body are pretty adept when it comes to arousing our, or someone else's, ohhh-zones.
But what if we told you that a toy could take things to a whole new level, adding a whole bunch of new textures and sensations to the mix?
We asked award-winning sex therapist and relationship specialist Chantelle Otten which sex toys she recommends when exploring our erogenous zones.
If you’re looking to improve your oral presentation (and no, we don’t mean the kind that's accompanied by a PowerPoint) then this is the article for you.
We’ve got three playful positions and four insightful tips to elevate your oral sex, no matter what body parts you and your partner possess.
I love to take this world-wide day for love and affection as a reminder to check in with myself and my relationship (if I'm in one) to make sure I'm feeling good and continuously exploring parts of myself that I can share with my partner/future partners.
Of course, I turned to Lovehoney this year to find some romantic toys to explore new parts of myself and my relationship with! I needed to stick to my 2020 budget, nothing over $40.
So I filtered my price range lowest-highest and found some absolute gems!
Buckle up, there's a fair few.
Missionary sex doesn't get the credit it deserves. It gets dismissed as 'boring' and 'vanilla', when in reality it's a fundamental position in the Big Bumper Book of Bonking!
Missionary position sees one partner lie on their back, whilst the other partner lies on top, penetrating them either vaginally or anally.
We've got 6 ways to improve missionary sex here and, to save you from getting tangled up like you're playing a game of naked Twister, we've come up with a system.
We've called the partner who is lying on their back the HP ('horizontal partner') and the partner who is riding up top the TP ('top partner').
It's probably not a question that's likely to appear on University Challenge anytime soon but most people, when asked, could name a few fetishes.
Foot fetishes are usually what springs to mind, followed by activities like bondage and S&M.
But what is counts as a fetish? Well, a fetish is a type of sexual desire where gratification is linked to an object, type of clothing or part of the body.
Thanks to the awesome power of the internet, and society becoming increasingly sex-positive, we know more about kinks and fetishes than we ever have before.
That's why Lovehoney had to conduct some serious sexual research to find you these 10 Sexual Fetishes We Bet You've Never Heard Of!