Consent is an enormous and very important topic, particularly when it comes to sexual consent. Whether you're in a long-term relationship and want to try something new, or it's a first-time encounter, feeling comfortable and safe, and having the capacity to say 'no' at any point in time, is an essential aspect for any healthy sexual relationship.
This week's guest, sex and relationships expert Dr Megan Fleming, joins Sammi and Nick to talk about when you should establish consent (spoiler: it's always), what consent looks like, and how to go about having those unambiguous discussions.
Alongside this conversation (with the help of the famous 'tea' analogy), the team talk about how worldwide lockdowns have affected sexual behaviours, and of course, share little-known sex facts and the answers to your questions.
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What is the 'A-spot'?
The A-spot is an internal pleasure spot found deep inside the vagina. You can find it right at the end of the vagina (think 4-6 inches back), between the cervix and the bladder.
The A-spot feels spongy to the touch and is quite a lot larger than the g-spot. So much so, some sexperts refer to it as an A-zone.
The beauty of this area is even people who have never orgasmed through penetration can reach the finish line through A-spot stimulation.
Only people born female have this elusive hotspot, so if that's you, why not make the most of it?
If you fancy discovering your A-spot with your partner, positions which allow for deep penetration are the way to go. To get you started, here's 5 A-spot-hitting positions you need to try tonight.
The lowdown on clitoral stimulation
There's a reason why we call it the magic bean. The love button. The pleasure pearl.
The clitoris is the most sensitive female erogenous zone, and most people who have one won't be able to climax during sex unless it gets a little attention.
Since we're all about great sex for both parties involved, we've compiled a little list of the best sex positions for making sure your favourite hooded lady gets all the excitement she needs.
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.