Small, discreet and brilliantly fun, these little guys are a go-to for couple's playtime. But, how do they work? What's the best way to use a love egg? How do you choose the right one? Join Annabelle as she tells you everything you need to know about these mini marvels.
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I can say with utter confidence that I never thought I'd try a pussy pump. For one thing, I've never spoken to anyone who has owned one. My friends and I have spoken about which vibrators are the quietest and which toys are best for starting to explore anal play, but no one in my social circle has ever brought up the topic of pussy pumps.
Because pussy pumps were completely foreign to me, I had always found the look of them kind of intimidating. I'd only ever seen them in sex shops, and they'd always been large and black in colour, with explicit imagery on the box.
Despite these trepidations, I decided to try out a pussy pump for Lovehoney’s new ‘Sex Toys I Never Thought I’d Try’ series. It seemed unfair to keep knocking this kind of sex toy if I’d never actually tried it.
It wasn’t long before the postman left a plain brown package on my doorstep. There wasn't a single clue on the parcel to suggest what was inside, but I knew my Lovehoney Supreme Sensation Pussy Pump had arrived!
As we as a society become more sex positive, so too do the TV shows we watch!
There are many factors that can qualify a TV show as a sexually happy one.
Some of our criteria is as follows: The show tackles taboo topics like female masturbation. The experience of LGBTQI+ individuals is shown. The importance of consent and safe sex is stressed. The show calls out those who engage in ‘slut shaming’ or are homophobic.
We’ve tirelessly trawled through the vast number of programs on Netflix (what a hardship, haha) and found 4 sexually happy shows that you can binge on now.
Think about it. All those dangly bits banging together. The ridiculous plight of removing skinny jeans. The noises, some voluntary, some not so voluntary.
It's a laugh riot. And yet, very few of us feel that a laugh in the bedroom is... appropriate.
While we understand that no one wants to be greeted with uncontrollable chortles when they strip down to their undies, a sense of humor is actually great for your sex life. In this blog we show you why.
Discover how to improve your sexual happiness with our resident sexpert, Annabelle Knight. This week Annabelle talks about how to make your orgasm stronger and even more fun. She guides us through a few ideas to help aid pelvic muscle strength and enhance arousal.
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Last month, I took the plunge and booked flights to Melbourne and a ticket to my first ever hackathon.
A hackathon is a problem-solving event. Generally, a whole bunch of strangers team up and design a solution to whatever their problem might be. Attendees usually include softwear developers, graphic designers, project managers and the like, but I knew that this one was going to be a little different. It was a sextech hackathon, hosted by Bryony Cole – sextech entrepreneur and judge of the Lovehoney Design A Sex Toy Competition.
Sextech is any technology or tool used in conjunction with any aspect of human sexuality. So, condoms, dating apps, toys, tools to aid with sexual dysfunctions, menstrual cycle tracking apps and even things like Facetime or Skype. The event invited all types of people who were interested in solving the problems we face in our sex lives.
It was an expensive commitment for me to go, but I knew that I would have serious FOMO if I didn’t attend and something told me that the people I would meet there would change my life. Spoiler, I was right.