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  1. 6 Reasons to Spend More Time on Foreplay

    Even if we don’t like to admit it, lots of people still think of foreplay as the process leading up to the ‘main event’ of penetration – and the male orgasm. Foreplay is considered expendable, a luxury that can be enjoyed on a lazy Sunday afternoon but is often omitted during a weekday quickie.

    Not only is this attitude towards foreplay old-fashioned, but it’s also overly heteronormative. There’s nothing wrong with a quickie, but I think it’s time that we acknowledge the importance of foreplay and stop considering it ‘lesser’ than penetrative sex.

    As a big believer in the importance of foreplay, here are my 6 reasons why we should all be focusing less on the big O and more on the big F.

    There's something unbelievably sexy about getting it on in a warm, steamy bathroom while being drenched by a hot shower.

    Not to mention, a long, undisturbed bath is the perfect time for a little aquatic alone time with your favourite sex toy.

    But anyone who's ever tried knows underwater love isn't quite as sexy and straightforward as the films would have us believe.

    And have you noticed that showers and baths in films are always ENORMOUS?

    Let's face it, unless you're Christian Grey, bathrooms aren't the most erotic of locations.

    So how do you enjoy sex in the shower in a slightly less glamorous, shower-over-the-bath situation?

    Last week, we spoke on the Lovehoney YouTube channel about squirting and Jess explained what squirting is (and what it isn't) so you know the difference between a squirt and female ejaculation.

    This week, we're following up with part 2 of our squirting sequel with 'How to Squirt'!

    In this sex advice video, Jess gives you her top tips for how to squirt when you masturbate, as well as how to make your partner squirt during couples play.

    Watch the vlog above to find out more and remember it's all about Stimulation, Hydration, and Relaxation.

    We've also listed our favourite toys to help you discover squirting orgasms here.

    Fetishes Laid Bare Stockings and Tights

    For some people, stockings and tights are merely a reminder of frumpy school uniforms, and that weird, overblown ‘Do Tights Count as Pants?’ controversy that first reared its head around 2012.

    (FYI: the jury is still out on that one.)

    For others, who identify as having a fetish for stockings and/or tights, these garments have far more significance, and a whole lot more sex appeal.

    But what is it about these garments in particular that some people just can't get enough of?

    Well, I won’t keep you in "suspenders" a minute longer: let’s dive right into the world of hosiery fetishes.

    What is squirting?

    Not to be confused with female ejaculation, squirting (sometimes referred to as gushing) is the involuntary release of fluid during intimate stimulation on a person with a vulva.

    But what is the fluid? And why does it occur?

    Jess tells you everything we know about squirting orgasms in this weeks YouTube video.

    Come back next week to find out how to squirt!

    Position of the Week: The Hammock

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    Whether you like to change it up in the bedroom by contorting your body into a myriad of different positions or you depend on a handful of tried-and-tested favorites, making a few simple changes can elevate any sex position.

    It's no secret that sex is best when you and your partner are both comfortable and present - it's more difficult to orgasm when you're busy thinking about other things (washing, dinner, work - delete as applicable).

    Start by switching your phone to silent and telling your partner exactly what position you'd like to explore with them - you'll find that by saying it out loud it will definitely get you both in the mood.

    Here, we've rounded up a few ways to make your favorite sex positions even better!

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    12 Reasons to Try Using a Mirror During Sex

    I often find that people have a similar reaction to looking at themselves in the mirror as they do when discussing sex.

    People get awkward, shameful and embarrassed. So, looking in a mirror while you're doing the deed might sound a bit uncomfortable, maybe even narcissistic.

    But trust me, watching yourself get down and dirty might just be some of the most erotic and sensual experiences of your life.

    Using mirrors during sex is a low-effort, low-budget accessory that anyone can try out.

    They can have a huge impact on your sex life and here's why.

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