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  1. How to Explore BDSM When You're Single

    The BDSM community are a group who practise Bondage & Discipline, Dominance & Submission, Sadism & Masochism.

    If you’re interested in aspects of BDSM and you’re ready to further explore your sexuality – that’s great!

    If you have a partner or partners who want to go on this journey with you, then there are exciting times ahead. However, it can be hard to know where to start if you’re single.

    Here’s some advice for those of you who are sexy, single and ready to discover the world of BDSM.

    Do you want a tighter va-jay-jay and easier, stronger orgasms?

    Achieve it all with jiggle balls!

    In this week's vlog, Jess and Sammi explain how kegel balls work, and why you need to start exercising your pelvic floor for amazing sex and vaginal health.

    Got a question? Comment below!

    Pornography has come a long way over the past few decades. Well, maybe not so much in content, but in terms of accessibility.

    The fact is, most of the fantasies we see acted out in porn have existed for hundreds of years, but previously, you had to go to some lengths to see them. Like subscribing to 'specialist' magazines, or braving a seedy-looking sex shop in a back alley.

    With the internet age, our desires are at our fingertips.

    People who are curious about trying/viewing something other than vanilla sex are able to do so with more ease than they would have, say, thirty years ago.

    However, between the mainstream media, search engine algorithms and the influence of major pornography companies, it can be difficult not to become bored with the same ol' studio-filmed heteronormative perfect-bodied images flashing across our screens.

    Here are just some things we are tired of seeing in pornography:

    People with penises: rejoice!

    The Male Pleasure Sex Toy Kit is packed with 7 sensational toys to upgrade knuckle shuffles in a snap.

    Not sure if it's for you? Jess and Sammi give you a sneak peak in this weeks video, as they unbox the whole kit.

    Got questions? Comment below, or over on YouTube.

    What Does it Mean to be Pansexual?

    Every time I come out as pansexual I have received comments like ‘Pfft, that’s not a real thing’, ‘So… you’re bi?’, ‘PANsexual?! Do you like pots too?’ or ‘What, you’re hot for Peter Pan?’.

    Trust me, I’ve heard it all.

    Even though I did have a huge crush on Jeremy Sumpter as a child and a non-stick frying pan does make my heart flutter, these remarks make me eye-roll so hard that in the moment, I choose to label myself as bisexual instead.

    After talking to some other pan-pals, I know my experience is pretty common.

    So, I’m here to shine a light on pansexuality, we’ll explore its definition, how it compares to other sexualities and I’ll give a bit of an insight to what it means for me to be pansexual.

    A lot of people tell us that one of the reasons they've never used a sex toy is because they think they're expensive.

    Well, we are very happy to tell those people that they are wrong!

    While some sex toys are more expensive than others, there are a huge variety that'll cost you less than a glass of wine, or a take-away pizza.

    So whether you're saving for a holiday, or just want to keep costs low while you try something new, you can jazz up your sex life without breaking the (wank) bank.

    What Does It Mean To Be Asexual

    We’ve all had those days where you just hate the idea of having sex.

    Sometimes it’s because of stress, or your period, or just because you ate an ungodly amount of spaghetti and feel ready to explode.

    You may have even heard people say things like ‘I’m so asexual right now’ or ‘I think I’ve turned asexual since my breakup’.

    But real asexuality isn’t just a temporary reluctance to have sex.

    It’s actually more like a sexual orientation, so instead of perhaps being attracted to two genders (bisexual), you’re attracted to no genders.

    Asexuality is one of the most misunderstood sexual orientations, so let’s clear up some of the myths and misconceptions about it once and for all.

    It's game time! Huzzah!

    It's been far too long since we played a game on camera, so we thought we'd give ourselves the ultimate challenge:

    Dress a mannequin, in a mystery outfit, in under 60 seconds.

    Oh, and surprise surprise... We're blindfolded!

    Sound easy? That's what we thought...

    When you hear the term ‘erogenous zone’, what springs to mind? If your thoughts head directly below-the-waist, you’re not alone.

    We are all guilty of being a little too crotch-centric at times; focusing solely on the vagina or penis and forgetting to use other erogenous zones in the bedroom.

    An erogenous zone can be any area of the body that, when stimulated, gets you in the mood. That’s a pretty broad definition, which is good news!

    For those of you that want to spice things up, here are ten erogenous zones you may never have previously considered.

    Lovehoney Student Sex Advice

    For many people, there are few things more mortifying than the idea of someone hearing them masturbate.

    While there's no reason to be ashamed of masturbation at all, the social stigma, fear of a certain reputation and many other reasons mean that most people would rather keep their private pleasure just that: private.

    University is a time of juxtapositions. A wealth of nightlife and no money to explore it, a world of academic study and no time to embrace it and, for many, a new horizon of sexual possibilities and far too little privacy to comfortably enjoy them.

    Statistically, university is one of the most common times for a woman to start experimenting with masturbation and sex toys, but it is also frustratingly often one where privacy is at an all time low due to the paper thin walls and eternal uncertainty about who's in the house.

    That’s where this handy guide comes in, to help you maximize your potential you-time while minimizing the need to worry about nosy flatmates asking awkward questions.

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