You probably have questions about sex.
It’s only natural! Sex is something you do with your own body, and you may not have had as much education as you wanted about it. Plus, I mean... some of the questions feel embarrassing, right?
We know how much you guys love new sex positions, and we want everyone to enjoy excellent sex, so we've put together a list of super sex positons for lesbians and WLW (women who love women).
Your old faithful never lets you down. But have you started to dream of bigger, better things? It's time to seize your spotlight and level up your sex toys.
If you've got a partner and a willing set of palms then do we have the guide for you.
When people talk about your whole body health, how often do they include your sexual health? Not often enough, in our opinion, which is why we've partnered with medical professionals to create the Lovehoney Health range.
At the core of the range is the principle that sexual health and happiness are a key component to your overall health. We want people to feel empowered to take control of their own sexual health and happiness, and there's no time like the present.
Each of the items in the Lovehoney Health range are carefully crafted to support your sexual journey, crafted from the highest quality materials, and reviewed by a qualified medical professional for your peace of mind.
'Coming out' is an almost universal experience for non-cisgender and non-heterosexual people. While it isn't necessarily part of everyone's personal journey with their gender identity or sexuality, chances are that if you don't have a personal coming out story, you know a friend or relative who does. You might also unfortunately know of an outing story, where someone's sexuality or gender identity was disclosed without their consent. These are all parts of the vast and varied coming out process.
October 11th is National Coming Out Day (or NCOD), and it's meant to spread awareness about the LGBTQ+ coming out experience. Usually framed as part of a journey, 'coming out of the closet' generally involves disclosing your sexual or gender identity to others. It can be a very sensitive, scary and personal experience, but many people in the LGBTQ+ community report feeling much happier within themselves after coming out.
As many countries in the world move towards decriminalising homosexuality, legalising gay marriage and signing in legal protections against the discrimination of LGBTQ+ people, coming out is slowly becoming a less fraught process. In fact, with more young people than ever identifying as not-straight and not-cisgender, coming out is actually becoming less common than it used to be. This doesn't indicate that more people are becoming LGBTQ+ or that coming out is no longer necessary, but rather that it's becoming safer for people to identify as LGBTQ+ without fear or persecution.
Coming out has no age limit: whether you're 14 or 45, it's never too late to confirm your gender identity or sexuality for yourself. We've rounded up advice on things to consider before you come out, and some tips on how to do it in style, once you're ready.
Last year, we campaigned for sex not socks, and we're still in favour of the change! You may be all prepared to give the gift of Lovehoney, but is your partner ready to make sure you receive it?