Beginners

Advice for beginners to sex toys. If you are a newbie to playing with bedroom accompaniments or are yet to start your adventures in sex-toy land, this is the place to find all our posts to help you through the maze and discover the best toy for you…

What to expect from our lesbian sex classes

If you’re keen to explore sex in an open, friendly environment where questions are always welcome, our educational sex classes are a great option for you. Learning about sex and finding out the things that you want to can be intimidating, but it really doesn’t have to be. Read on to find out more about … Continue reading What to expect from our lesbian sex classes

How to introduce bondage into your bedroom

50 Shades-fans are excitedly waiting for the third and final instalment of the erotic romance Fifty Shades Trilogy by British author E. L. James, opening just before Valentine’s Day. No doubt, couples will feel inspired to try kinky play for the very first time, with spanking and bondage topping the list of sexy activities to try.   By definition, … Continue reading How to introduce bondage into your bedroom

Non-Monogamy for Beginners

Thinking about opening up your relationship? Or are you perhaps the new amour coupling up with someone who already has a primary partner? Negotiating open relationships can be a minefield and it is not unlikely that you’ll set off a firework or two before you get it right. Join us for an elightening introduction to polyamory & … Continue reading Non-Monogamy for Beginners

Glass Dildos For Beginners

Few will disagree when we say glass dildos are stunningly beautiful, but many will wince and imagine a number of of glass-related accidents in the sensitive nether regions. Let’s shatter (sorry!) that mental pic right now. Your PC muscle may be strong enough to squeeze the juice out of a lemon (don’t try it) but … Continue reading Glass Dildos For Beginners

A Monologue with My Vagina

You won’t be surprised to hear that we talk about vaginas all day long; what we love about them, what we don’t love about them, what to do if a vagina seems too tight, too elastic, too painful for pleasure…. If you have ever visited our shop in East London, chances are that you took … Continue reading A Monologue with My Vagina

Top 5 Sex Toys for Newbies

Taking the plunge and buying your very first sex toy is exciting and a little bit scary – what if you don’t like it? Or what if you like it too much?!  (We promise that “liking it too much” is a not thing when it comes to pleasure, so no need to worry about that!) … Continue reading Top 5 Sex Toys for Newbies

How to Squirt; Separating the Myths from Reality.

During the process of writing this post we have researched as much as possible about the topic to give a constructive and informed opinion. What we have found is that the little scientific research that has been conducted on female ejaculation is highly contradictory and really inconclusive. Scientists keep arguing, speculating or drawing conclusions based … Continue reading How to Squirt; Separating the Myths from Reality.

Do’s and Don’ts of Travelling with Your Sex toy

So, you’re all ready. Since you got the tickets you’ve been fantasizing about that sexy, all-round fun and frisky love-making you’re going to have. Only one problem: You are afraid your sex toy might prove to be the no. 1 cause of “oh dears” and “my, my” faces at security checks (even though it makes … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts of Travelling with Your Sex toy

Q&A: Did sex hurt because I’m not attracted enough to men?

I recently lost my virginity to a guy that I absolutely trust and am very attracted to. He was able to make me cum using his hands, but sex was incredibly painful for me. He isn’t particularly big but I’m pretty sure he caused some tearing as well (I bled a lot, although I think … Continue reading Q&A: Did sex hurt because I’m not attracted enough to men?

Q&A: I don’t know how to talk to my partner about sex.

Hey, I don’t know if this a weird problem but I also don’t really know who else to ask. I feel really self conscious about asking for what I want during sex. My partner encourages me to tell him what feels good or if something hurts and I want to tell him. I just feel … Continue reading Q&A: I don’t know how to talk to my partner about sex.