We've all been there - things are heating up, skin is caressing skin, a partner's breath dancing on your neck, a gentle touch sending your spine ablaze with wonderful shivers…
And then it all goes a bit daft.
We'll say it time and time again, sex is ridiculous and we should embrace that, but every now and then the throes of passion are interrupted by an 'oops' moment that can leave you groaning, and not in the good way.
Here are our top picks of the silliest sex mistakes we all make!
Sex is a wondrous thing; like a magnificent night sky. Full of beauty, infinite possibilities and the... what the heck is that?
We've all been there. On the road to Pleasure, via Puzzled with a pit stop in Preoccupied.
Focusing on being relaxed and what is turning you on in the moment is key to satisfying sex.
By practising being more present in each moment of daily life, you'll find it a lot easier to be in the moment during your lovemaking.
With everything that's going on in our busy lives, it's understandable though that sometimes our minds take a detour.
Don't fret about it.
Read on for a list of things that everyone has thought of during sex.
Sexpert Tyomi Morgan-Najieb, better known as Glamazon Tyomi, is a Certified Sexologist and International Pleasure Coach who reaches millions through her social media platforms and writing. The Chicago native began her sex education blog Glamerotica101.com to serve as the female representation for people of color within mainstream sexuality.
Tyomi has served as the resident sexpert for EBONY.com and Blackdoctor.org, hosted her own radio show on Playboy Radio, was published in collegiate Academia by McGraw Hill, and hosted a two year sold out tour domestically and internationally.
She has been featured on Comedy Central's Tosh.0 as Daniel's "Favorite Sexpert," and her advice has been featured on websites including Huffington Post, NY Mag's THE CUT, Essence.com, Askmen.com, SHAPE.com, Blavity.com, and VICE.com.
The Glamazon has been a guest on numerous podcasts and has appeared on radio shows featured on Clear Channel Radio, CBS Radio, Playboy Radio, Sirus XM and more. Tyomi currently serves as the resident sexpert for Cassiuslife.com, The Exxxotica Expo’s Seminar Coordinator and Resident Sexpert, and uses a candid and relatable approach to educate the masses via her YouTube channel Glamerotica101.
She is also a ACS Certified Sexologist and Authentic Tantra Practitioner through the Institute of Authentic Tantra.
Find out more about her work at http://sexperttyomi.com/.
Remember when we shared our 101 Funniest Sex Toy Searches with you back in March?
Well, now that October 31st is creeping closer and closer, we thought we'd do a Halloween version.
There have been over 600,000 unique terms typed into the search box on our website in the past year.
And some of them are a little... strange.
"Handcoffins"? Sorry, we don't sell those (and we're a bit frightened)!
Here are 54 of the scariest searches we found.
If you’ve not yet got your hands on a wand, there’s time! Head on over to our top 10 guide to find out which wand is best for you.
If you are the proud owner of a powerful wand vibe, congratulations. We’re sure you’ve powered it up and played with all the settings, but do you know how to use it to its full potential?
We’ve put together a handy guide to help you soar to orgasmic heights with your toy, time after time.
When the majority of women find it easiest to climax clitorally, it's no wonder our customers are so fond of clit-specific vibrators.
Amazingly, the clitoris has over 8000 nerve endings just waiting to be stimulated, and a clitoral vibe is an excellent way of accessing more parts of it - and generating multiple orgasms!
If you haven't already got one in your artillery, take a look at our top 10 guide to find out which vibe is best for you.
Read on to find out what else these wonder-toys can do.
Generally, foreplay is known as ‘sexual activity during the lead up to sex’ or ‘things that get you in the mood’.
But what is sex and why doesn’t it include the lead up?
When does foreplay end and sex begin?
Foreplay can mean lots of different things to different people, so I’ll be covering what falls into the ‘generic foreplay’ category, how creating different categories of sexual acts can be damaging, my own definition of foreplay and when I think it should happen (hint – it’s not always before!).
Often, when the term 'foreplay' gets thrown around, it's sold as ‘something that comes before "actual" sex’ (i.e. a penis penetrating a vagina – thanks heteronormative school sex-ed). So for a long time, I assumed it to be kissing, cuddling and hands/mouth on genitals.
I know this experience isn't uncommon, and I know that to a lot of people, that's what foreplay is.