Lovehoney is proud to be associated with Brook, a charity that offers free and confidential sexual health advice and services for young people under 25.
By donating £1,000, Lovehoney is now an official member of the Brook100 club - which aims to get 100 people to donate £1,000 pounds each - to fund a variety of much-needed projects.
Morbidia is known as the 'Vampire Queen' and lives her days as a true-to-life vampire and internet hottie.
From the history of vampires to the media's sometimes unusual portrayal of these creatures of the night, there isn't much that Morbidia doesn't know about the subject of all things gothic! In her blog, Der Kuss Des Vampir, the lovely lady covers everything from long distance love to domination, from Nosferatu to lingerie.
So, with the Twilight books still flying off the shelves and the arrival of the brilliant new Tantus Vamp Silicone Dildo, we thought we'd get in touch with the Queen of Darkness to get the low down on why we find vampires just so damn sexy...
I lay in my bed; it must be coming up to 1am by now.
Halfway between the land of the living and being dead to the world, I feel a presence above me, an essence of a being, one that’s not warm blooded.
I can feel the cold emanating from their very skin. Before I am able to defend myself, I feel a sharp pain, a bite to the neck and a surge of lust and hunger for this being that’s gaining life from the very blood that runs through my veins; Vampire.
For you to feel confident, it’s vital that you’re fully informed about your health. Make a list of all the questions you have in your mind, and ask your GP.
As women, it is expected that we are just born with the innate knowledge of how to walk in high heels.
Well, I’ve got news for you sadistic shoe manufacturers; we ladies don’t come into the world with that skill.
In fact, the first time a woman dons a pair of sky-high stilettos she will inevitably twist her ankle in the first few minutes and then continue to walk like John Wayne.
With books, YouTube videos and magazine articles dedicated to the topic of walking in high heels, you’d think at least one of them would give you some genuine advice suitable for footwear virgins as well as the more experienced stiletto wearers... but it appears not.
Starting with kitten heels and progressing upwards to 6 inch stripper heels, we thought we’d give you honest advice from someone who used to live in skate trainers for 18 years but is now Lovehoney’s very own high heel evangelist!
When it comes to prostate toys, Aneros are leading the way. Their medically researched, designed and patented massagers have been specially created to stimulate the prostate gland, release prostate fluid and promote overall prostate health.
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Aneros started in America and quickly gathered a cult following as men learnt how to find, stimulate and love their prostate gland using the ergonomic massagers. With many noted health benefits, incredibly stimulating shapes and numerous positive reviews, the Aneros brand has become the top name in prostate toys, leading to demands for products from all over the globe.
ITV's This Morning show went into sex toy overdrive on Wednesday as three couples were tasked with testing the latest and greatest toys, including Lovehoney's revolutionary Sqweel Oral Sex Simulator and We-Vibe II.
Sex expert Donna Dawson discussed the toys with presenters Phil Schofield and Holly Willoughby, and the couples revealed all about their experiences...
Chris Gordon, in his Book of Weird Sex, lists some of the bizarre curiosities removed from the male rectum: here are 10 of the most interesting!
Shoving a piece of metal through your delicate parts will never sound appealing but the promise of extra stimulation, easier orgasms and more intense sensations is definitely tempting.
Both men and women get genital piercings and do so for a variety of reasons. Some just like the way they look, some like the extra sensations they create and others use it as a shiny, silver indicator of "hey, lick here!"
Genital piercing has been practiced for hundreds of years (that's how the Prince Albert piercing got its name after all) meaning that the art has advanced in leaps and bounds but it has also wrongfully led to urban legends and fact becoming intertwined in some warped story about how your uncle's, best friend's, sister's, post man got his penis pierced by a witch doctor and then his arse fell off.
So to prevent your arse falling off (or any other appendage) make sure you separate fact from fiction* before you consider your first genital piercing.