Adding lube to sexy playtime is one of the simplest ways to bring something new to the bedroom. They improve glide, enhance sensation and can even enable play that's otherwise not possible, such as anal sex or sex in the shower.
But, with so many lubes to choose from, it can be tricky knowing which lube is safe to use alongside which products. For example, did you know that you should never use silicone lube with a silicone sex toy?
Or that water-based lubes won't work in the shower?
In this week's video, Jess and Sammi give you the lowdown on lubes so you know the key differences between them, and can make any play super-slippery with the correct lubricant.
Wands are fantastic for delivering super-intense pleasure to all your external hot spots. And, thanks to their incredibly powerful vibrations, they're great for giving sensational and soothing body massages.
But, did you know that wands can also work their magic with anal sex? That's right, wands have their place in your backdoor artillery.
Read on for the top tips on how to enhance anal foreplay and sex with a rumbly magic wand.
It’s finally time to crack out those swimming costumes that have been buried for months. Summer is here!
In between all your fun at the beach, picnicking, relaxing at home, journeying abroad or working to save for next year, the summer break is a perfect opportunity to try out some new things and enjoy some true Danny and Sandy style summer lovin’.
So whether you're committed, looking for love or single and living for it, here are some ideas to bring to the bedroom this summer.
One of the most recognisable sex toys of all time, the rabbit vibrator has certainly earned its place in the Lovehoney Hall of Fame. But did you realise that there's more to this iconic toy than meets the eye?
Read on to discover seven things you never knew about the rabbit vibrator!
Polyamory – the desire, practice or acceptance of maintaining more than one intimate relationship concurrently with the full knowledge and consent of everyone involved – is coming more and more into mainstream consciousness. Sex blogger, sex educator and adult product reviewer Amy Norton weighs in on how to talk to your partner about an open relationship.
So you think you might want to be polyamorous, but you're already in an existing relationship?
The hard truth is that the transition from monogamy to non-monogamy is often difficult and requires a lot of work from everyone involved.
The good news is that, with communication, commitment, compassion and a hefty dose of patience, it's entirely doable! If you're reading this, I assume it's because you want to know how to broach this potentially fraught subject with your partner.