November 8, 2018, Vogue.co.uk publish onto their site an interview given by writer Nicole Phelps with the chief marketing officer of L Brands (the parent company of Victoria’s Secrets, or VS), Ed Razek, and the executive vice president of VS Public Relations, Monica Mitro. The wide-ranging interview primarily focused on the brands’ relevance in an … Continue reading No One Wants to Know Victoria’s Secrets
Once the last few Christmas chocolates have been scoffed and the last of the NYE’s Champagne corks have been popped, many find themselves making a series of New Year’s resolutions. More often than not, these resolutions involve lifestyle changes like healthy eating, going to the gym, and generally doing less of the enjoyable things in … Continue reading 4 New Year’s Sex Resolutions For 2019
An Ode to Sex-Positive Feminism As 2018, aka the widely acclaimed “Year of the Woman”, draws to a close, we feel it’s the perfect time to celebrate each other – I mean – let’s be honest, when isn’t it? via GIPHY “Empowered Women Empower Women” For over a quarter of a century (eek) we’ve been inspiring … Continue reading ‘Tis the Season to be Sex-Positive
We at Sh! like to think of ourselves as pretty open-minded and up-to-date in terms of contemporary feminism. Yet, the other day we were flicking through a magazine aimed at women only to discover an article discussing new trends and tips on weeding and watering your luscious lady-garden. Our eyes were opened to a world … Continue reading Laud your Lady Muff! Why new vaginal trends can harm your intimate areas
Join Sh! and My Body Back Project for a fun, festive & feminist Christmas Party! As you know probably know by now, Sh! and MBBP are all about respecting, exploring and celebrating our bodies and all the wonderful things they give us, and if you want to join in our celebration of self-love this December, … Continue reading Feminist Christmuff Party with My Body Back Project
Ah, the humble vibrator; that little buzzing bundle of joy that for the vast majority of women cause guaranteed orgasm with the same surety that night follows day and often at the speed of a Usain Bolt sprint. Vibrators are an absolute godsend to women who find it hard to tip over the edge in two … Continue reading Can Vibrators Cause Damage?
Ky Hoyle, founder & MD of Sh! Erotic Emporium, the first female-focused sex shop in the UK, curates a rousing conversation around sex and the politics of pleasure with other sex-positive pioneers looking to inspire and empower women to find their true sexual selves. Panel Curator: Ky Hoyle, Founder & MD of Sh! Women’s Erotic … Continue reading Sex & The Politics of Pleasure at Bloomsbury Festival 2018
Just like heterosexuality and homosexuality, asexuality is a sexual orientation. It’s where individuals do not experience any form of sexual attraction. In short, that’s really all there is to it! A person is not asexual because they choose to be celibate or abstinent, and not ‘because they haven’t found the right person’. It’s not because … Continue reading What does it mean to be asexual?
A new sexual revolution is underway! Sex is no longer a subject to shy away from, and — you might have noticed — sex shops no longer have to be seedy man-holes. Even gender itself has started to become redundant. And in the age of hashtags (#metoo #timesup), of swiping left and right to fix … Continue reading Documentary Series at Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium
We have been contacted by Burning Bright Productions who are looking for women to take part in a new Channel 4 arts documentary all about their womanhood. They are working with a renowned photographer/storyteller as they create a new project and are looking for people to speak about what being a woman is to them, … Continue reading Womanhood – a Documentary