Whether you're umming and ahhing over where to start your sex toy adventures, or just fancy giving your toy chest an overhaul, a sex toy kit could be just what you're looking for.
From tiny trios for beginners to whopping collections of the biggest and best bondage items, Lovehoney's got tons of kits that have everything your heart (or other parts) could desire, for a fraction of the price compared to buying everything individually.
But if you're not sure where to start, we've selected the best kits to suit your needs. Just click on any of the links below to be taken to your handpicked sexy selection.
A question we get asked a LOT at Lovehoney is "how can I make my penis bigger?"
Now, we like to remind people that bigger doesn't necessarily mean better, and it's often better to learn some tips and tricks to use what nature gave you.
There's a lot of truth to the old saying "it's not the size, but what you do with it that counts".
But for those penis-owning people out there who want to boost the size of their boner, there are several ways of doing so, for both short and long term gains.
If you hunt around the internet (or have a peep in your junk emails, for that matter!) you'll trip over dozens of ways to increase the size of your penis.
However not all of these methods are particularly safe or reliable (bee stings anyone?!) and some can even lead to shrinkage later in life, so it's really important you do your research and choose a safe way to magnify your meat flute.
In this weeks video guide, Jess and Annabelle tell you 4 sure-fire ways to do exactly that!
Polyamory – the desire, practice or acceptance of maintaining more than one intimate relationship concurrently with the full knowledge and consent of everyone involved – is coming more and more into mainstream consciousness. Sex blogger, sex educator and adult product reviewer Amy Norton weighs in on how to talk to your partner about an open relationship.
So you think you might want to be polyamorous, but you're already in an existing relationship?
The hard truth is that the transition from monogamy to non-monogamy is often difficult and requires a lot of work from everyone involved.
The good news is that, with communication, commitment, compassion and a hefty dose of patience, it's entirely doable! If you're reading this, I assume it's because you want to know how to broach this potentially fraught subject with your partner.