I've been very excited about the move towards creating gender-free and adaptable toys – making gender-neutral sex toys allows pleasure to be accessible to everybody and broadens the scope of possible experiences.
Giving people the room to explore, unbound by labels or inaccessibility, allows them to prioritise self-love, pleasure and exploration on their own terms.
The absolute beauties, Jess Wilde and Annabelle Knight produced a fantastic video showcasing some Gender-Neutral Sex Toys for Every Body It gives plenty of inspiration on how toys can be adapted or used differently to suit different people.
As a pansexual gal, body-neutral toys are a fantastic way for me to create a collection that can be used (safely, with condoms) with any and all of my partners, including myself. It’s also really important to me that my toys don’t resemble genitals to ensure that future partners are never put off by having unwanted body parts in their sexy space.
Treat yourself and your partner to an extra-large helping of happiness with our best-selling Happy Rabbit vibrators. USB rechargeable with incredible power, the Happy Rabbit collection delivers delicious sensations and orgasms aplenty.
Rabbit vibrators make amazing gifts (whether you're gifting yourself or a sexy friend) an these new petite bunnies are perfect for couples play, or packing in an overnight bag for romantic trips away from home.
Not only that, but with the addition of a rabbit cock ring and clitoral finger vibe in the Happy Rabbit family, there's almost nothing it can't do!
In this week's sex toy vlog, Lisa and Roy unbox the new Happy Rabbit vibrators so you can see what all the fuss is about.
Which one will you try first? Let us know in the comments.
Sex toys for men: they're getting more and more popular by the day, and it's easy to see why.
They're great to use on your own or with a partner, and can help you to discover new, more intense orgasms.
Plus there are LOADS of different styles of sex toy to try nowadays, from strokers and fake pussies, to male vibrators, cock rings, prostate massagers and beyond.
And even though we see male sex toys flying off the shelves every day at Lovehoney (seriously!), we still hear a lot of guys telling us they've never tried one because they're worried someone will judge them, or that you "only need a sex toy if you're single".
Well, we're here to dispel those myths and give you 7 reasons you should be proud to own a male sex toy!
"I should try a sex toy." It's a thought that's been gently niggling at the back of your mind for a while now.
"You have to find out what the fun is all about!" it says. "Lovehoney wouldn't have an extensive website, a blog and a YouTube channel with over 100,000 subscribers if sex toys weren't all that they were cracked up to be."
You've been scrolling through our website when you get some time alone, trying to work out if you should go for something that vibrates, or sucks, or thrusts or plugs, but there's just too much to choose from!
You know you want to try a sex toy, that much is certain.
Maybe it's because you've never had an orgasm before and you're curious to find out what it's like – I know that's why I bought my first sex toy.
Or maybe you know how to get your rocks off on your own but now you want to take things to the next level. If you're not sure where to start, just think of it as like using your favourite online shopping website.
You can shop according to brand or price. You can read other people's reviews to get a sense of customer satisfaction levels. Sometimes there are sales and discounts, so you can snap up a bargain – all those parts of sex toy shopping are familiar.
But with Lovehoney you can also shop according to what orifice you want stimulated, and whether you'd prefer your dildo to look realistic or not – so I guess that kind of sets sex toy shopping significantly apart from any other retail experience.
Here are 5 beginner toys you should look at if you're not sure where to start.
We know how much you guys love new sex positions, and we want everyone to enjoy excellent sex, so we've put together a list of super sex positons for lesbians and WLW (women who love women).
In 2017, there were an estimated 1.1 million people aged 16 and older in the UK who identified as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. If you're someone who falls into that category or your relationship just so happens to comprise two people with vaginas who enjoy having sex with one another, this is the post for you.
We've found 10 delightful sex positions you can try when you and your lady lover want to sneak off into the bedroom for some alone time. For your convenience and ease of access, we've separated our list into both penetrative and non-penetrative options.