We've all had a need for hands-free pleasure. Maybe you're sick of your usual positioning, you have a physical disability or your hands have gone numb from holding that vibrator – I've got you.
I absolutely adore the move towards accessible toy design, and there are some fantastic hands-free toys out there, particularly for people with vulvas!
Here's a few of my favourites!
You on top, them on top, everyone on their sides... We've all got our go-to sex positions, but don't you find that sometimes, you'd like to try something a little more... unexpected?
When it comes to shaking up your sex routine, there's no easier or faster way to add some spice than by switching out your position play.
With that in mind, we've pulled together 10 top (and bottom) sex poses that allow you and your same-sex partner to easily experiment with both penetrative and non-penetrative sex.
Looking for a little extra 'je ne sais quoi'? We've also included our top toy suggestions to make each pose even more explosive - as it were.
I've been very excited about the move towards creating gender-free and adaptable toys – making gender-neutral sex toys allows pleasure to be accessible to everybody, and broadens the scope of possible experiences.
Giving people the room to explore, unbound by labels or inaccessibility, allows them to prioritise self-love, pleasure and exploration on their own terms.
A little while ago, resident Lovehoney sexperts Jess Wilde and Annabelle Knight produced a fantastic video showcasing some Gender-Neutral Sex Toys for Every Body. It gives plenty of inspiration on how toys can be adapted or used differently to suit different people.
As a pansexual gal, body-neutral toys are a fantastic way for me to create a collection that can be used (safely, with condoms) with any and all of my partners, including myself. It’s also really important to me that my toys don’t resemble genitals to ensure that future partners are never put off by having unwanted body parts in their sexy space.
Here are 5 of my top picks.
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 positions for lesbians and WLW (women who love women).
In 2017, there were an estimated 1.1 million people aged 16 and older in the UK who identified as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. If you're someone who falls into that category or your relationship just so happens to comprise two people with vaginas who enjoy having sex with one another, this is the post for you.
We've found 10 delightful sex positions you can try when you and your lady lover want to sneak off into the bedroom for some alone time. For your convenience and ease of access, we've separated our list into both penetrative and non-penetrative options.
Whether you're learning more about Pride celebrations, or getting prepped early for Bi Visibility Day (23rd September, folks - mark it in your diary), there's never been a better time to find out more about the many diverse and wonderful sexualities that make up this planet.
So if you've been itching to know more about the 'B' in LGBTQIA+, good news - here are 13 things that bisexual people would like you to know.
Here at Lovehoney, we talk about foreplay A LOT (and for a good reason too!).
Much more than just some sexual appetiser that you quickly wolf down before the main course, foreplay is a crucial part of experiencing great sex.
Foreplay gives both your body and mind a chance to become fully aroused. This mounting anticipation means that when it's time for the main event, you'll be champing at the bit!
We hear about general foreplay tips all the time, but we ask you, dear reader – where's all the helpful advice on incredible anal foreplay?
Although it is literally located in the rear, when it comes to foreplay tips, the bum is sometimes being left behind. Well, we won't stand for it, so here are eight of the best anal foreplay tips. Bottoms up!
Every time I come out as pansexual I have received comments like ‘Pfft, that’s not a real thing’, ‘So… you’re bi?’, ‘PANsexual?! Do you like pots too?’ or ‘What, you’re hot for Peter Pan?’.
Trust me, I’ve heard it all.
Even though I did have a huge crush on Jeremy Sumpter as a child and a non-stick frying pan does make my heart flutter, these remarks make me eye-roll so hard that in the moment, I choose to label myself as bisexual instead.
After talking to some other pan-pals, I know my experience is pretty common.
So, I’m here to shine a light on pansexuality, we’ll explore its definition, how it compares to other sexualities and I’ll give a bit of an insight to what it means for me to be pansexual.
We’ve all had those days where you just hate the idea of having sex.
Sometimes it’s because of stress, or your period, or just because you ate an ungodly amount of spaghetti and feel ready to explode.
You may have even heard people say things like ‘I’m so asexual right now’ or ‘I think I’ve turned asexual since my breakup’.
But real asexuality isn’t just a temporary reluctance to have sex.
It’s actually more like a sexual orientation, so instead of perhaps being attracted to two genders (bisexual), you’re attracted to no genders.
Asexuality is one of the most misunderstood sexual orientations, so let’s clear up some of the myths and misconceptions about it once and for all.