Somehow, it is already March 2019 and that can mean only one thing: get your party poppers at the ready because it’s about to be International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8! #BalanceForBetter is this year’s theme and is all about bringing societal and professional equality to the entire world: trans/WOC/sex-worker inclusive. But how many … Continue reading Celebrating international women’s day with empowering classes
Non-penetrative sex. Yes, it exists. And it can be better than what you might think of as “normal” sex. Your largest organ is your skin and that skin is packed with erogenous zones all over your body. From your armpit to your knee, arousal can be experienced through different types of stimulation, yet many of … Continue reading My vagina is a penetration-free zone – here’s why…
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?
Join Jay Diamond for the exclusive launch of Aphrodite Yoga held at Pineapple Dance Studios in Central London. What is Aphrodite Yoga? Aphrodite yoga is a blend of traditional Tantra yoga and ancient spiritual sexual techniques to enhance pleasure, feminine confidence orgasmic experience. What Should I Expect? In this hour-long class guests will: Discover and strengthen … Continue reading Jay Diamond Presents: Aphrodite Yoga Launch Party
The world of sex is one that is always evolving, and we are always excited to discover new toys (often), new positions (less often) and all sorts of excellent tips & tricks for getting off. Sex may not seem like something that should be ‘trendy’ but much like the latest pubic hair style (fluffy, if … Continue reading Top 3 Sex Trends in 2017
Join Sarah Adefehinti on a journey of self-discovery, as we explore the importance of self-love. Loving with the Lights On uses questions to help us open our mind and make the first steps towards creating more truthful, deeper connections. Every session starts with a short meditation to help us shift the focus back to ourselves. … Continue reading Loving with the Lights On: Sarah Adefehinti
I’m looking for a new sex toy. I have the Fun Factory Stronic Bi Fusion and although it worked for me at first, it’s now not doing the job. I now have a partner who’s happy to use sex toys so that’s not a problem but I’m finding it impossible to have an orgasm. I’m … Continue reading Q&A: Why Can’t I Orgasm?
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?
So this Bi Visibility Day we decided to go the obvious root and about some visible bi-people. There are plenty of great lists out there of current celebs talking about their bi status and refuting myths about bi sexuality. So for a slightly different angle, we’ve gone with some more historical characters. Obviously this is … Continue reading Bi Visibility Day: Let’s talk about some interesting Bisexual people
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