Sex toys for men are a relatively new thing. Blow-up dolls and penis pumps have been around for years, but these are often seen as gag gifts to embarrass your mates.
But what about those male sex toys that are designed for pleasure, either during solo sex or as foreplay with a partner? There are tons of brilliant toys to choose from now, from well-loved such as Fleshlight and Tenga.
To help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we thought it was about time we give you an overview of all our male sex toys, what they do and what to look out for.
If you’re buying for yourself or your partner, this guide will definitely come in handy.
Wands: The What? The Why? The Where and How?
Magic Wand vibrators are packed with some of the most powerful motors on the market for out-of-this-world, all-over-body pleasure.
For many people, wands are a staple in the old sex toy box, but for others they are still a mystical mystery.
These days wands come in all shapes and sizes, colours and with an array of features, which can be a bit overwhelming if it's your first wand purchase.
So we want to help you by going back to basics and answering all of the most asked magic wand questions.
Let us know if you have any more questions in the comments section below.
The sexiest comedy benefit of the year is back!
Sex Appeal will once again take over London's Conway Hall, and Lovehoney is proud to be supporting the event for the sixth year running.
With stars like the Guilty Feminist's Deborah Frances-White and the hilarious Rufus Hound appearing, the star-studded annual comedy event showcases the very best of stand-up to raise money for the young people's sexual health charity Brook.
Brook is the UK's largest young people's sexual health charity, providing sexual health services, support and advice to young people under the age of 25.
This year's line-up also includes: Andrew O'Neill, David Mills, Gráinne Maguire, Johnny Cochrane, Nish Kumar, Shazia Mirza, Sindhu Vee, Tez Ilyas and Vikki Stone, with Four Femmes On The Thames closing the show.
Free up your hands and embark on mini adventures around your house and beyond with a suction cup dildo. A far cry from a one-trick pony, suction cup dildos can be used in many different ways, locations and scenarios, and come in all shapes, sizes and types.
Curved, straight, extra long, extra thick, realistic and with more than one member to enjoy - put your (two free) hands together for the ever-versatile and eclectic suction cup dildo.
Now, when it comes to using your suction cup dildo, you could take a ‘stuck it and see’ approach and we’re sure you’ll do just fine. But why not let our experts and community members give you the low-down on the many ways in which you can use a suction cup dildo?
The list is endless but we’ve narrowed it down to the absolute best tips and tricks for solo and couples play with a suction cup dildo. Here goes:
Dom and sub. Secretary and boss. Disobedient student and teacher. What do these sexy role play situations all have in common?
That’s right: an imbalance of power.
In the BDSM community, any situation where one partner takes on a more dominant role than another is known as ‘power play’ - and it’s enormously popular, even in non-BDSM relationships.
Many people have hypothesised about the reasons why transferral of power in the bedroom can be such a big turn-on, but whatever the psychological reason behind it, power play remains one of the sexiest role play characteristics.
But how can you do it, and ensure that everyone remains safe and comfortable, and fully enjoys themselves?
The good news is, there are ways to correctly incorporate power exchange into the bedroom, so that all parties can feel safe 'n' happy while getting down 'n' dirty.
New year, who dis? Why it is the ever popular Lovehoney Review of the Month competition!
Each month we award a lucky reviewer with a £100 Lovehoney voucher. Let's find out who has won this round then...
Heating things up during these cold winter nights, using their tension-easing Lovehoney Hot Massage Rocks, is a new reviewer to the scene: Kissedbyfire6.
"This was the most relaxing massage I’ve ever had! My heart rate on my Fitbit dropped down to 52 at one point! (My resting heart rate is 67.) They really do help to release tension and relax the receiver." Read the full review here.
Congratulations Kissedbyfire6. Enjoy your sexy shopping spree. P.S, here are the January sale items.
Don't get stuck into that sale just yet though. We have some runners up to announce, each receiving 2,000 Lovehoney reward points...
If you want to learn more about your sexuality, I suggest looking to the stars!
When it comes to determining what kind of a lover you are, who you are most sexually compatible with, and what sex toys you are most likely to love, your horoscope can be a fun place to start - if you believe in the influence of the cosmos, of course.
From lusty Libras to the sensual Taureans, our tongue-in-cheek foreplay forecast could just hold the key to your next great orgasm.
We've divided the 12 signs of the zodiac each by their distinct sexual proclivities. Read on to find out what astrology can teach you about what you're like in bed.
Do you think your sexual summary is accurate? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!
They say that you can never really know enough about sex, and that no single person knows it all.
And, to be honest, if you discovered everything you ever needed to know about getting jiggy with it in the first year, what would there be to look forward to?
Like lots of people I know, my sex life didn't really take off until I went to university.
But that just meant 2017 was a year of exciting new discoveries!
From the thrill of car sex to multiple orgasms, I decided to reflect this December on some of the things my £9,000 a year didn't teach me...
Whether it's reading, running, or socialising, we've all got our favourite me-time hobbies to let off steam after studying or working.
But have you ever thought about what your hobbies say about your sex life?
If not, and you're a guy who's a fan of video games, then we've got some good news for you.
A recent study conducted by a UK voucher company has indicated that of the groups 'trend-setter', 'nerd', 'rocker', 'gym goer' and several others, the group that has the most sex (by a pretty significant margin) was gamers, averaging six times a week.
That's quite some shag-streak.
But why might this be?
To find out more about the button-bashing world of gamer sex, just keep reading.
Those lost days between Christmas and New Year (what I like to refer to as the Christmas Perineum or the Holiday Taint) can be a frustrating time.
Are you fed up with vol-au-vents? Have you seen a certain British secret agent film series a few too many times? Have you had to explain to your aunts and uncles what your degree means again? Has it been too many days since your last orgasm?
Returning home for Christmas can feel uncomfortable after living independently as a student, especially if you're bringing a significant other along.
So, to keep the fun going, here are a handful of game ideas for when you go up to bed. All you have to do is make sure your partner knows where the squeaky floorboards are.
(And remember, the ancient Greeks competed in the nude so there's no reason why you shouldn't.)