Here’s why you should buy your guy a male sex toy! Learn about why sex toys are important to your relationship and which male sex toys you should try.
Sex is one of the more FUN parts of life. But what happens when sex is more pain and stress than it is satisfaction and joy? One of our favourite pelvic physios, Lulu Becker, talks about the various reasons behind painful sex, and how you can overcome it.
It really is no wonder that YES lubricants and vaginal moisturisers are so widely recommended by health care professionals like myself and are even available on NHS prescription in the UK.
Along with the health improvements, masturbation can ramp up your sex life. With regular masturbation, you learn how you like to be touched, where you like to be touched and for how long. Being comfortable with your own sexual responses helps you better communicate them to your partner.
Choosing what lube will be right for you all depends on what you want to use it for. Lubricant companies have designed a range of different lubes – thinner, thicker, flavoured, silicone-based, water-based, warming and cooling – for a range of different uses.
We know that many men like anal sex. But what about women? Who enjoys anal more? Let’s find out!
We reckon Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to express and celebrate your love (for yourself or your partner) physically. And what better time to experiment than on the day officially recognising romance? Here are the top 10 toys to try this Valentine’s Day.
As the start of another new year begins (wow, time flies), make it your goal to focus on your sexual fulfilment with these great new sex toys for men. Use them with your significant other to make play time even more fun, or use them for exciting solo play.
When we’re on holiday, we’re more relaxed, happier and calmer, which makes us more in the mood for sex. So, to get you in the mood for some frisky, festive sex, we thought we’d answer three of your most burning Holiday Sex Questions!
The couple that plays together stays together, Right? Yes – adding a bit of play into your sex life can only make it healthier and happier. Sex doesn’t have to be a serious activity.
Sex is supposed to be fun, slippery and pleasurable. But when you battle with vaginal dryness, it can be anything but.