£1.49 Next Day delivery! Hurry ends in ...
  1. The Head Board

    Got a question about sex? Lovehoney has teamed up with some of the best sex, relationship, and body confidence bloggers from all across the globe to form The Head Board, a pleasure-positive panel who will answer all your sex-related queries.


      Read the latest from The Head Board
    1. How Can I Discuss Polyamory With My Partner?
    2. "How Can I Discuss Polyamory With My Partner?"

      So you think you might want to be polyamorous, but you're already in an existing relationship?

      Sex blogger, sex educator and adult product reviewer Amy Norton weighs in on how to talk to your partner about an open relationship.

      To find out more, click here.

    See more from The Head Board


    The Head Board

    1. Paul Thomas Bell For The Head Board
    2. Paul Thomas Bell

      Paul Thomas Bell is a sports presenter from Glasgow and recent winner of Dating Blogger of the Year at the 2017 UK Dating Awards.

      Known for giving an honest and often lighthearted male perspective on all things dating and relationships, Paul has been featured in FHM, Marie Claire and the Telegraph and regularly appears on BBC Radio.

      You can follow Paul on Twitter, or check out his blog here.


    1. Naomi Narrative for The Head Board
    2. Naomi Narrative

      Naomi Lewis (aka Naomi Narrative) writes about all things dating, sex and relationships. After having experienced a series of pretty bad dates, she began to write about them - warts and all - on her blog which, after just a couple of years, nabbed her "Dating Blogger of the Year" at both The UK Blog Awards and The Dating Awards.

      Since then, she became a weekly columnist for real life magazine LoveIt! and continues to document all sorts of dating advice, debauchery and daft date stories, even after having met her knight in shining armour.

      Check out Naomi's blog here.


    1. Andrew Gurza for The Head Board
    2. Andrew Gurza

      Andrew Gurza is a Disability Awareness Consultant and Cripple Content Creator whose written work has been featured in Huffington Post, The Advocate, Everyday Feminism, Mashable, and Out.com, and anthologies.

      He has guested on a number of podcasts including Dan Savage’s Savage Love and Cameron Esposito’s Queery. He has spoken all over North America on sex, disability and what it means to be a Queer Cripple.

      He is also the host of the DisabilityAfterDark: The Podcast Shining a Bright Light on Sex and Disability available on all podcast platforms.

      You can find out more about his work by going to www.andrewgurza.com, or be sure to connect with him on Twitter @andrewgurza.


    1. curvygirlthin for The Head Board
    2. Curvy Girl Thin (Charli)

      Charli is a gin-loving, cheese-eating twenty-something with a passion for all things lace, leather and velvet.

      Fatter in real life, Charli is a body positive advocate who believes in practicing self-love at every opportunity.

      Charli runs the award-nominated a plus size fashion and lingerie blog, Curvy Girl Thin and can most often be found traipsing through muddy fields with her pooch.


    1. Shay Neary for the Lovehoney Head Board
    2. Shay Neary

      Trans woman and plus size model, Shay Neary, joins the Lovehoney Head Board team to talk about life, love, and sex as a member of the trans community.

      You can follow Shay on Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr, as well as on her blog.


    1. Esther de la Ford for the Lovehoney Head Board
    2. Esther de la Ford

      Esther works with women who want to reclaim their sexual power and reconnect with their bodies after sexual trauma through her private coaching practice and her writing.

      She uses a wide range of modalities including Emotional Freedom Technique, Clinical Hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. These tools combined with her personal experience in trauma recovery, extensive experience in the adult entertainment industry as a lap-dancer and cam-girl and research into all aspects of sexual healing are what she uses to help women find their unique path to healing and self-love.

      Esther’s writing on wellbeing, sexuality and equality can be seen in online journals such as Huffington Post, Elephant Journal and RebelleSociety.

      To find out more about her work, visit her website or check her out on Facebook.


    Send Your Questions To The Head Board