1. edging

    Whilst the term edging can be used to describe the practice of keeping clean, crisp lines between your lawn and garden beds, that's not the meaning we plan on discussing today – so, if you're reading this hoping to find out how to keep your lawn looking nice and neat, you've come to the wrong place!

    Also known as 'peaking', 'surfing', 'orgasm training' or 'orgasm denial', edging is a sexual technique designed to intensify your orgasms. To find out more about edging, who can do it and how to edge – read on.

    preparing for your first time

    No matter your sexual orientation or gender, getting down and dirty for the first time can be a little daunting. Many people can feel under pressure to ‘get it right’ when they lose their virginity, or want it to be ‘perfect’. Luckily, Lovehoney is here to take the edge off.

    Although this guide to cherry-popping will focus a little more on penetrative sex, it’s important to know that sex doesn’t have to involve internal action to be valid. Your fun sexual experiences count, no matter how you do it (or each other!).

    Preparing for sex and knowing what to expect can help make sure your ‘first time’ is a positive and safe experience for both you and your partner. It’s time for some new adventures!

    bdsm ideas

    Maybe it's the jazzy outfits, the shift in power dynamics, or the rosy color of a freshly spanked butt, but there's something about BDSM that couples all over the world can't get enough of. It's one of the most popular sexual fetishes out there.

    The only issue with falling in love with BDSM is keeping your ideas fresh and exciting. There's nothing worse than tying your partner to a bed only to have the dreaded 'what do I do now?' moment.

    That's why we've created this handy BDSM ideas guide. Whether you're on the hunt for pain play ideas, S&M ideas, or simply something sexy to say while you're figuring out your knots, stick with us as we share our kinky wisdom.

    Position of the Week: Sky High

    Lets Talk About Sex

    Lets Talk About Sex

    How do you feel about asking for what you want in bed?

    Dirty talk aside, deep conversations about sex get a bad rap as being uncomfortable and cringeworthy. But unless your partner is a mind reader, you could be stopping your sexual satisfaction with them from reaching its climax.

    Speaking openly and intimately about what turns you on can not only normalize these conversations but can also heighten your fulfillment in the bedroom and make you more sexually compatible with your partner.

    But how good are we at telling our partners what we like? And how can our relationships change as a result?

    To find out, we surveyed 2,000 US adults at different life and relationship stages about their sexual communication, and asked our resident sex expert Sammi Cole to decode the results and give some tips.

    Position of the Week: The Pretzel


    COVID has really got me feeling like I'm stuck in a rut, and I'm sure I'm not the only one feeling this way.

    My days have felt repetitive since lockdown started in March, and inspiration has been hard to come by, particularly in the bedroom.

    So, I've had a good hard think to try and kickstart some bright and new energy into my sex life – hopefully this helps someone else out there too!

    Position of the Week: The Spider


    Like most of you, I've had more time at home than I'm used to. There are fewer things keeping me occupied, and I'm having to get more and more creative as time goes on while in lockdown.

    So, a recent activity has been ranking my sex toys and likening them to actual sex. Now, I'm not the kind of sex toy lover who requires my toys to feel like the real thing. So, this was an interesting little activity for me.

    I sent the penis toys to a friend to try out for me and give me feedback.

    Position of the Week: Stairway to Heaven

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