Great news! We've brought back our Lovehoney's Top Model and Review of the Month Competitions.
April's competition closed on the 1st of May 2010 and out of all of the reviews and photos we received, Loves Huni was chosen as the model of the month and Deadbeatdave's review of the Heavy Metal Beaded Anal Wand clinched first in our review competition. Both Loves Huni and Deadbeat Dave won £100 worth of Lovehoney products for beatiing off the competition. Congratulations!
Just as with the hair on our heads, eyebrows, and faces, pubic hairstyles come in a wide array of shapes and colours. Some people like it balder than a US Congressman; some people like it neatly trimmed; and others prefer to follow the spirit of Woodstock, and let it run wild and free.
So, should you shave your short 'n' curlies? The truth is, there's no right or wrong answer to that question. Those who advocate for the full Hollywood (that is, to say, entirely bare) say that it feels cleaner, is less hassle for their sexual partners, and increases sensation.
The Full-Bush-Administration, however, would counter that pubic hair is there to protect your sensitive areas, makes you less prone to catching STIs, and also helps to retain libido-boosting pheromones that make you even more sexually appealing.
Many also find their partner's personal preference often influences their own choice, but when it comes down to it, the decision (and the razor) are entirely in your hands. If you are, however, in the staggering 92% of women and 83% of men who primp their pubes in some way, then just read on for our finest styling tips.
It's a busy week for sexy news, so here's my round up of the stories that had us umming, arring and oohing in the office this week:
Pill to Prevent Premature Ejaculation.
Footballer to Prevent Premature Ejaculation.
Liberal Democrat MP Accused of Being Too Liberal.
Brazilian Health Minister Recommends Sex To Improve Health.
Craiglist in Hot Water Over Sex Ads.
Backinthesaddle posted to our forums today after some prostate play failed to produce the desired results. As ever, our Orgasm Army have come up with some excellent advice to help Backinthesaddle and others make the most of the prostate or P-spot.
If you like the look of shiny clothing, you may have already tried PVC or patent leather. The next step for many people is trying latex or rubber. You don't have to be a hardened fetishist or fashionista to try latex and this guide will help you choose the right size latex wear and explain how to put it on.
Before you start: check that you do not have a latex allergy. Cut cheap latex gloves into strips and place them in various places against your skin (under a bra strap, inside a sock, inside a waistband) and, after an hour or two, check for any signs of irritation.
You may be thinking; “But I've used condoms, I know I'm not allergic.” You should still patch test various parts of your body before encasing yourself in the stuff, just to be sure.
Above: Watch fetish expert, Jess Wilde, explain all you need to know about wearing latex clothing.