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    What is Pegging? 

    Pegging is effectively "strap-on sex". So what's the difference between pegging and strap-on sex?

    It all comes down to who's doing what.

    Strap-on Sex (definition): A person of any gender penetrates a person with a clitoris using a strap-on.

    Pegging (definition): A person with a clitoris penetrates a person with a penis using a strap-on.

    This gender-bending sex act leans on role reversal, so it's no surprise that you'll need to think a little outside the box when it comes to sex positions.

    So, whether you're looking for an easy position for first-time pegging, or just fancy trying some new tricks, here are my top 5 positions for pegging.

    Think I missed one? Tell me in the comments!

    delay ejaculation

    You're having great sex, everything's going well. You can feel the tension building. Then, suddenly...

    It's all over.

    We know it can be frustrating when the fun finishes before it's really begun, but it's a lot more common than you think.

    Thankfully there are a few tips and tricks to employ that could help the fun last as long as you both want.

    Sexiest Scents As Proven By Science

    Have you ever caught a whiff of someone, and suddenly they’re really attractive to you? You’re not alone: there’s a link between seduction and smell that’s as old as civilisation itself.

    The sciencey bit: When an odour stimulates the receptors in our nose, they pass electrical impulses (or patterns) to our brain which the brain interprets and perceives as a smell. Our sense of smell is 10,000 times more sensitive than any of our other senses, and recognition of smell is immediate.

    Psychologists believe that the area of the brain that processes scent is also the part that processes emotions — and certain odours can make us feel stimulated, aroused, and excited.

    With that in mind, here are some of the sexiest scents, as proven by science, guaranteed to get you in the mood and more.


    If you're lucky enough to be traveling abroad for your holiday this year, you might be considering taking some sex toys with you. Excellent!

    Now, there are some things to think about before you travel.

    Are sex toys legal in the country you're visiting?

    Will you be stopped at the airport?

    How much lube is the right amount of lube?

    Learn the answers to all these questions and more with Jess and Sammi in this week's YouTube video.

    First Thing's First, What's a Sissy?

    Let's start with the Oxford dictionary definition...

    Sissy Definition (noun): Derived from the word "sister", a "sissy" is a person regarded as effeminate or cowardly.

    Synonyms: weakling, coward, wimp, wuss, pushover, effeminate, unmanly, womanish

    Now, without getting hung up on the social political correctness (or lack there of) of it all, and why "wimp" and "woman" are synonymous...

    (DOWN WITH THE PATRIARCHY)

    ...let's break down what this means for sex play.

    Keep reading to find out more...

    Esther de la Ford for the Lovehoney Head Board

    Recently, we were asked the question: "How does one begin to feel sex positive when sex has not always been a positive experience?". So we reached out to therapist and coach Esther De La Ford for her advice on how to rediscover your sexual happiness.

    If I could give anyone who has experienced sexual trauma only 2 pieces of advice, it would be these.

    • Let yourself completely off the hook. Ditch expectations. Be open to the high possibility of tears, breakdowns, and your body and brain just not playing ball sometimes. Then love yourself anyway.
    • Throw everything you've got at it and see what sticks. Don't only try one mindfulness technique, or go to a few sessions at a Rape and Sexual Abuse Clinic you're not really into, or read the first 3 chapters of a tantra book a mate suggested and then forget about it. Try EVERYTHING. This is your life, your body, your sexual wellbeing. It deserves everything you've got.

    These are the two pieces of advice I would give if we were meeting in a pub toilet and didn't have very long to chat, but thankfully we have a bit more time here.

    So here are my top tips for cultivating a healthy space to start enjoying sex again after sexual trauma.

    best sex toys for same sex couples

    Buying something with the sole intention of using it in the bedroom to enhance your sex life is, well, a real commitment to your sex life and partner.

    There’s a whole sea of guides and articles with recommendations of sex toys for heterosexual couples, but these may well be met with a blank stare if you’re in a lesbian or gay relationship.

    Many sex toys can be used by any ‘body’, alone or with a partner, but to help you find the best of the best sex toys for female-female couples and male-male couples, we’ve scoured our customer reviews, sought advice from our community members and spoken to our in-house experts.

    Put your hands together for the line up of the best sex toys for same-sex couples:

    What's a dildo?

    A dildo is a phallic object designed for sexual play and is usually used to stimulate internal erogenous zones.

    A dildo has no moving parts and is not the same a vibrator (though they are often confused with one another).

    Good fact huh? You can have that for free.

    To discover 24 more things you never knew about dildos, keep reading...

    Kegel exercises can help strengthen your inner muscles, resulting in a tighter vagina and more powerful orgasms.

    Sounds great, right?

    Take exercises to new, pleasurable levels with kegel balls. Designed to help locate your pelvic floor muscles and work them effectively, kegel balls are slipped into the vagina and held inside by clenching.

    Here are our top 7 kegel balls.

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