Sex in the bath or shower is a curiosity for many, and a 'would highly recommend it' for others. There's just something about getting down and dirty with a partner while getting clean at the same time.
However, if you've ever lived in shared accommodation then you're aware that access to the bathroom, and a clean one at that, can be limited at best. Don't let your living situation be a limit to your sex life, though!
Previously our student bloggers have covered The Best Responses To Noisy Housemate Sex, and Top Tips for Masturbation in Shared Accommodation; given the echo of the bathroom and the splashing that can come with it, it seems that discreet sex in the bathroom is an impossibility.
But where there is a will(y), there is a way, and by the end of this, you'll know just how to have mind-blowing sex in the bathroom.
University is a varied and diverse place, with a whole range of different types of people for you to meet and interact with.
It's wonderful having the opportunity to learn about other people's passions and how someone else approaches life in comparison to yourself.
Every subject has its strengths and particular fortes academically, but who says that can't translate to other areas too, such as your sex life?
Got your eye on an enticing engineer? Want to have some va va voom with a very tempting French student? Read on below to see what particular skills they can bring to your bedroom, as well as the exam hall…
(Remember, this is all a bit of light-hearted fun – obviously not everyone on the same course is exactly the same person and has exactly the same sex life!)
On the 26th of March, Daylight Savings will begin and the clocks will go forward an hour. This means mentally adding on an hour to the clock in your car until October, because ain’t nobody got time for actually changing it.
For some people, Daylight Savings can mean less time for sex. If you are regularly forced to choose between fighting your housemates for the bathroom or missing the bus to uni, having morning sex may seem impossible.
And the same goes for evenings. You already have assignments coming out of your butt, you certainly don’t have time to be putting anal beads up there, too. Right?
Sex doesn’t have to come to a screaming halt just because we lose an hour on Sunday. The screaming and the orgasms just have to happen faster, so read on if you want to master The Quickie.
Ah, March, that dull month between rarely venturing out from your freezing cold flat and drinking in a sunny beer garden, when New Year's Resolutions are, for many, a distant memory.
For many (myself included) losing weight and toning up was on that list. However, for a number of reasons, maybe it hasn't happened, and you're still not feeling as sexy as you wish you could in the bedroom.
I like to think I'm a very body-positive person, and I genuinely believe in beauty at any size, but when it comes to my own body, I really struggle to put my beliefs into practice.
But, really, body confidence comes from accepting your body exactly as it is, rather than trying to make it into what you think everyone else wants it to be.
So, if you're looking for a boost to your sex appeal and sensuality this spring, we've got three easy tips for you that can help you love your body, and everything it does for you.
Instant attraction can be a wonderful thing. You lock eyes, there's an instant frisson that gets your heart pumping, and you begin to wonder what it would be like to take things further.
With consent and safety precautions in place (these are of the utmost importance, especially when dealing with someone who is essentially a stranger), there is no reason you two can’t enjoy a night of mutual fun.
However, even if they appear to be exactly the kind of person you're looking for, that doesn’t necessarily mean that going home with them is the best idea. I know that with hormones high, especially if it has been a while since your last sexual encounter, there is a temptation to ignore the signs and throw caution to the wind.
Unfortunately, this could end in a disappointing evening in some way. It can be hard to take a step back and evaluate the situation logically, but watching out for these warning signs will hopefully nip any potential for disappointment or disaster in the bud…
A clit clamp is a simple sex toy designed to gently squeeze the clitoris and provide thrilling arousal without vibrations.
They can be worn during masturbation, foreplay and even sex, making them super-versatile. During wear they offer direct stimulation where you need it most, and when removed they leave the clitoris super-sensitive to subsequent touches.
You'll sometimes see clit clamps referred to by different names, such as clitoral clamps, clit jewellery, clit clips, pleasure clips, Cleopatra's clip, genital clamps or any variation of these, but don't worry. They're all the same thing.
It may not be a big red carpet ceremony, but Lovehoney's very own awards are as popular as ever, and they are back with a bang this month! The Review of the Month winners are ready to be announced…
And the winner is (we promise this is the correct name): RosyCheek, chanelling her inner sex goddess Jennifer Beals with her winning rendition… I mean review of the flirtatious Flirty Pink Lace Boyshorts. Don those leg warmers and get cheeky with this lacey pair!
Sadly RosyCheek could not be with us for her acceptance speech but you can catch up with her in the Lovehoney Forum. Congratulations RosyCheek, that £100 Lovehoney voucher is all yours for some sexy shopping!
"These are such a fabulous shade of pink I can't help but feel a little retro. They bring a massive smile to my face and that is just what you need with your underwear, right?" Read the full review here.
In true awards fashion we have some runners up to share with you all too, each walking away with 2000 Oh! Points.
If someone asked you why you masturbate it might seem like an odd question - surely it’s obvious? It feels great, relieves sexual frustration, and some of us even do it just to kill time!
But what if we told you there are a whole slew of other benefits being swept under the rug? Other than being a procrastinator's best friend, dabbling in a little ménage à moi can affect more areas of your life than you might realise.
With positive impacts on your health, mood, sex life, and more, masturbation has been proven time and again to be of our healthier habits as a species, whatever your gender.
So to find out more about exactly why a fap a day can keep the doctor away, just keep reading.
Besides, who doesn’t love more reasons to treat themselves?
If you had asked me how many different types of orgasms there were when I was 19, I probably would have said “…there are different types?”.
Sadly, like many young women, the only type of orgasm I knew about back then was the kind I was habitually faking.
But then I bought my first sex toy, and started being more vocal about what I needed in bed, and, because of this, I’ve learnt that there are at least 12 distinct types of orgasms that women can have.
I’ve not had all of them yet, mind you. But to paraphrase my good friend 50 Cent, this year my plan is to get off or die trying.
If you, too, are curious about this kind of 'Dirty Dozen', then just keep reading to find out what they are, and how you can have them.
Many couples talk about the idea of a threesome and whether they would enjoy it or not, but sitting down and saying, "Shall we do this?" is a different game altogether.
My boyfriend and I ended up having this conversation after our first threesome (which we didn't plan for, but it just sort of…happened).
A few months later we met our girlfriend and since then we've had a lot of fun experimenting with new positions and techniques, as well as the inevitable, "Whose turn is it to make coffee?" in the morning.
So, with this in mind, here's the beginner's guide to everything you need to know about threesomes, from how bring them up with your partner, to what you must do to ensure you have the best time possible, to which positions and techniques work best.