Have you ever thought about writing your own erotic stories? Or maybe memoirs? Then you're not alone.
Lots of people feel awkward about sharing their writing – understandably so, if you've ever read a comment section anywhere on the internet.
It's scary to put yourself out there. But it can also be a huge turn-on, and ultimately rewarding.
Even if your audience is just yourself and a lover, erotic writing is a great way to explore fantasies. Writing can relieve stress, and when you're doing it for fun, it can be a welcome break from academic assignments.
If you've ever thought about putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard as it's now more often known (though it does sound slightly less romantic), here are some small steps to get you started.
If you're heading off to university for the first time this autumn, what should you know about uni sex? Florence and Reed from ComeCurious share their advice on the things they wish they'd known about intimacy at uni.
Sex at university can be fun, but it can also be awkward, confusing and uncomfortable. It’s hard to know exactly what to do when sex education at school left blanks on particular areas (essentially, everything fun).
We all have a lot of questions when it comes to sex: will it hurt the first time? Is it normal to masturbate? How do I perform well?
And it’s a hard topic to bring up with friends and family. Most of the time we learn the hard way, after awkward one night stands and experiments gone wrong. Although it’s great to learn from our experiences, it’s also great to go into these new situations having some good information.
Luckily, there are places where you can learn more, such as our YouTube channel ComeCurious and Lovehoney’s e-book UNISEX. Both are filled with tons of useful advice to make your university encounters are easier, more comfortable and most important of all, more pleasurable.
If playing with one part of your body feels great, then it makes perfect sense that playing with two or more areas is going to feel a-ma-zing: particularly when one of those areas is packed with sensitive nerve endings, like your anus.
No matter your front bits, everyone has a back butt, and playing with it is a sure-fire way to supercharge your orgasms in a snap.
Got a penis? Chances are you have a prostate too.
Often dubbed the "Male G-Spot" for its pleasure-inducing properties, the prostate is most easily stimulated via the anus and, when combined with penis play, well... Let's just say we recommend you stay seated for the entire journey.