Everybody’s talking about Netflix’s new erotic film 365 DNI, or 365 Days.
In case you missed it, the Polish drama tells the story of Don Massimo Torricelli, a Sicilian mafia boss who falls for a girl he sees on a beach, called Laura Biel. So far so cliche, but then he decides to (and this is where it gets problematic), kidnap her and give her 365 days to fall in love with him.
It’s 50 Shades of Grey, but darker. And more controversial, thanks to its more blatant themes of sexual manipulation ...
Everyone deserves a healthy sex life, and there can be a lot of reasons why we struggle to have great sex.
Libidos are kind of like seasons. They come and go. It's completely natural that your sex life will have ebbs and flows too. What we like and don’t like changes not just as we age, but as our circumstances change. Marriage, kids, travel, lockdowns… they can all throw a spanner in the works.
It’s the show everyone is talking about: Bridgerton. It’s setting hearts a-flutter and pulses racing worldwide, and we’re pretty sure the love scenes are why we all have a sudden interest in Regency England.
If you love Bridgerton, you’re not alone. In its first four weeks, the show was projected to stream in more than 63 million households, which would ...
Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and if your bedroom time is lacking a little spice lately, you might need to, er, take matters into your own hands in preparation for the big day! Our resident sexpert @emintoyland shares her top seven reasons why you should never overlook masturbation.
Ok guys- the need to escape right now is strong, but many of us can’t travel due to the global pandemic. Borders are closed, shops are closed, life is on hold. If you need freedom, how do you get it? The answer might be in putting the dom into freedom.
Sex toys aren’t what they used to be. They are a whole lot better. Yet there is a long way to go on the road to destigmatising pleasure.
A female approach to design and a much-needed change in societal norms is helping sex toys to penetrate the mainstream. Rather than being a dirty little secret of sorts, owners of sex toys are proud pleasure seekers. People that are comfortable owning and talking about their toys. But there is still a way to go.
So, masturbation. Easier done than said right? And this is especially true for women. Research suggests that 95% of men and 89% of women are getting down with themselves, yet there is still this perception that masturbation, or at least talking about it, is embarrassing or bad in some way, regardless of discussions around its health benefits.
Didn’t know there even was a difference? You are not alone.
Up until recently, I was guilty of using the terms kink and fetish interchangeably too. And it’s pretty common. You will hear and read a lot of people using one or the other as an umbrella term for anything sexual that sits outside of what you might consider vanilla or mainstream sex. But there actually is a difference.
Our labia tend to get a bit of a rough deal. We constantly worry about how they look and compare them to other women we see in photos or in films.
And, when it comes to playtime they barely get a look in.
If they are lucky, they will get a very short stroke as they spread apart and then, they are pretty much forgotten. For most of us, our labia play the supporting actress in our sex lives while the clitoris and the g-spot get the starring roles. But, not any longer.
The new year is about labia self-love!
Introducing a sex toy doesn't mean there is anything wrong with the relationship
Including sex toys into your sex life is about experimentation and exploration. Our bodies are capable of experiencing all sorts of pleasurable feelings and are very receptive to different types of stimulation that our bodies can’t necessarily replicate. Like vibration. I don’t know about you, but I’m yet to come across a body that can vibrate. And that’s ok! Because a lot of toys do.
Restraint play is some of the most fun you can have with or without your clothes on! It’s a great way to tippy-toe into the world of bondage or BDSM play without feeling overwhelmed.
If you are new to restraint play, I recommend starting with only wrist restraints and moving into full restraints when you are comfortable with that type of play and ready for more.
The butt has a lot of nerve endings and adding a vibrating booty toy into the mix can ensure that you hit all of them.
Anal vibrators have all the benefits of a non-vibrating anal toy too. They can stimulate the prostate, provide indirect clitoral stimulation and add some lovely fullness and stretch to the butt.
So many rings – so little time!
Cock rings are a seriously underrated sex toy. They have heaps of benefits for both the wearer and their partners and are a bedroom essential in my opinion (if there is a penis involved of course).
Cock rings work by trapping the blood inside an erect penis and slowing it’s release back out again. This results in an erection that looks and feels more engorged, which makes for an insanely good sexual experience.
Calling all ladies that love masturbating! So, hopefully, all of you.
Masturbation is fun, it’s relaxing and for some of us, right now, it might be the only downtime that you can get. In my opinion, one of the best things you can do for your sex life - whether partnered or solo – is to explore your body. So warm up those fingers and dive on in.
It’s official. Vaginal weightlifting is a thing. Now don’t freak out. I know that initially, this will sound a little weird… It was for me at first too, but there is actually a reason to start making gains in your vaginal strength.
Just like you add weights to tone up other areas of your body, this is ultimately the same thing. It’s just a touch more intimate.