Just how do you sneak in a quickie during the mostly manic festive period... and how do you keep the noise down or find a discreet time to slip away for a bit of stress-busting sexy time?
No one wants to subject their nearest and dearest to a 'chandelier' ceiling shaking show or a bulb-flickering buzz fest whilst they are settling down for a snooze in front of the Queen's speech.
This week Sammi and Nick share their thoughts and advice on the best times and most discreet ways to have sex at Christmas, and discuss why it's a great idea to do away with 'blue baubles' and schedule in some private playtime, whether solo or with a partner
And of course we cover our usual segments "You can never know enough about sex" and "Question of the week" where we share what we've learned about sex this week, and answer your sex questions.
If you're looking for ways to please the penis in your life this holiday season then you've come to the right place. Join Annabelle Knight, sexpert-extraordinaire, as she counts down three of her favourite penis pressies.
With toys to suit every taste, from prostate power play, to raunchy rings, we know exactly what you should be stuffing in their stocking this year.
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Remember Sex Ed in school? Was it all videos of toilet cubicles and/or kids jumping into swimming pools? If so, your experience was similar to the vast majority; solely based on the ins-and-outs of 'baby-making', involving some extremely clinical descriptions of heterosexual sex.
So, why hasn't Sex Ed been dragged by the balls kicking and screaming into the 21st -century? There's an overwhelming need for an all-inclusive curriculum offering age-appropriate, relevant relationship and queer-inclusive advice and information.
This week, Sammi, Nick are joined by writer and broadcaster, Riyadh Khalaf, and they share their thoughts on LGBTQ and Sex Education.
And of course, we cover our usual segments "You can never know enough about sex" and "Question of the week" where we share what we've learned about sex this week, and answer your sex questions.
Flavoured lubes are a great way to bring some delicious fun into your sex life.
They can be used just like any other lube, with the added bonus of a tasty flavour to lick off any body part or toy. I've always been a bit hesitant when it comes to flavoured lubes – I tried one a long time ago and it was so sickly sweet that it put me off them entirely.
But, I've been thinking about finding one that suits me, that makes me and my partner enjoy giving oral even more. So, I bit the bullet and completed The Great Lube Taste Test to find my flavour, and hopefully help some of you.
All of these lubes are water-based and vegan, so they're perfect for practically anyone!
If you're looking to bring festive joy to a clitoris near you, then look no further. Our resident sexpert Annabelle Knight has done the heavy lifting for you and has handpicked a few of her favourite clitoral stimulation toys.
Whether you're hoping to treat yourself, your other half, or your great aunt Mabel, join Annabelle to find out how to make that clit lit this Christmas.
If your default pose this week has been "thumb-hovering-over-the-refresh-button-on-your-favourite-website-waiting-for-the-hottest-Black-Friday-deals", then this is the sex position for you.
Look, we know pulling out your phone mid-moment is usually a no-no, but if our incredible deals have got you hot under the collar, then this variation on the classic reverse cowgirl lets you and your partner fill your baskets, as well as your boots.
We're just kidding, of course. Once you've bagged yourself the best Black Friday butt plug bargain around (phew), or finally treated yourself to the lingerie you've been lusting after for months, then put the devices away and spend some quality one-on-one time with your boo, without distraction.
So that you can just lie back and enjoy without getting thumb strain from all the scrolling, we've picked out some of our favourite Cyber Weekend deals below, too. Don't say we don't treat you.