We're always looking for fun new ways to communicate our desires to our partners, so when the news came that a whole heap of brand new emojis were being released, we couldn't wait to find out what Twemoji 11.0 had in store.
And the results certainly opened up some interesting sexting opportunities.
From abacuses to woozy faces, the latest emoji collection really allows you and your partner to get creative with your communication.
To get you started, we've picked out some of our favourite new emojis, and translated them into some sexy phrases that'll bring some spice to your Snapchat stories.
Got that emoji fever? Don't forget to check out our all-new Oh-Moji range of mini wand vibrators - they're completely heart-eyes-face.
Recently, we were asked the question: "How does one begin to feel sex positive when sex has not always been a positive experience?". So we reached out to therapist and coach Esther De La Ford for her advice on how to rediscover your sexual happiness.
If I could give anyone who has experienced sexual trauma only 2 pieces of advice, it would be these.
Let yourself completely off the hook. Ditch expectations. Be open to the high possibility of tears, breakdowns, and your body and brain just not playing ball sometimes. Then love yourself anyway.
Throw everything you've got at it and see what sticks. Don't only try one mindfulness technique, or go to a few sessions at a Rape and Sexual Abuse Clinic you're not really into, or read the first 3 chapters of a tantra book a mate suggested and then forget about it. Try EVERYTHING. This is your life, your body, your sexual wellbeing. It deserves everything you've got.
These are the two pieces of advice I would give if we were meeting in a pub toilet and didn't have very long to chat, but thankfully we have a bit more time here.
So here are my top tips for cultivating a healthy space to start enjoying sex again after sexual trauma.