Tag Archives: lgbtq

The LOL Word Comedy Night at Sh!

Like comedy? Like queer women? Then you’ll love The LOL Word! That’s right: your favourite LGBTQ+ women and non-binary comedians, The LOL Word, are descending upon London’s finest sex emporium Sh! for a night of raucous, inclusive, sex-positive and hilarious comedy. Not only will you see the comedy scene’s finest award-winning queer talent, but you’ll also … Continue reading The LOL Word Comedy Night at Sh!

Documentary Series at Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium

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

Pride Alert: We raised $1,058 for the Pulse Victims Fund

Thank you so much to everyone who bid on our Pride Dildo’s or who donated or spent money with us over Pride Weekend.   We promised to donate all the money raised along with 20% of our sales from Pride Weekend to the Pulse Victims Fund are we are so pleased and proud to have … Continue reading Pride Alert: We raised $1,058 for the Pulse Victims Fund

Sex After Gender Reassignment – Guest Blog

Susie Tomlinson writes about post-op self-discovery in this great guest blog. “So, have you had the big O yet?” My surgeon looks enquiringly at me almost 10 weeks to the day since  carrying out my gender confirmation surgery. Proudly (and not a little bit relieved) I nod: it’s taken a bit of getting there but … Continue reading Sex After Gender Reassignment – Guest Blog

Why Pride is still so relevant to me – Aphra @Sh!

Being a married gay woman living in London it is easy to think that the world has moved on in its understanding of love & sexuality. Yet the horrendous events in Orlando show how little things have really changed (And if you would like to donate please click here). How very disappointing, depressing & shocking this … Continue reading Why Pride is still so relevant to me – Aphra @Sh!