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We spend the entirety of our lives trying to have ten minutes of 'alone time' in peace and quiet, and now we're being told to have a solo session front of our significant other?
The truth is, mutual masturbation can benefit both you and your relationship.
Want to know why? That's what this blog is here for!
What an orgasmic time to be alive! Sex toy technology has come a long way, and the results are sexy-game changing.
App controlled sex toys turn your smartphone into a wireless remote control, bringing the power of good vibrations to couples and solo players alike - whether you're oceans apart or locking eyes from across the room.
Behold our Top 5 App Controlled Vibrators, and slip a favourite or three into your basket to keep your finger firmly on the pulsating nub of global gameplay.
Ok, so you're probably aware of your own erogenous zones by now – those super-sensitive sweet spots that beg to be stroked, teased and touched.
Our lips, fingers and other areas of our body are pretty adept when it comes to arousing our, or someone else's, ohhh-zones.
But what if we told you that a toy could take things to a whole new level, adding a whole bunch of new textures and sensations to the mix?
We asked award-winning sex therapist and relationship specialist Chantelle Otten which sex toys she recommends when exploring our erogenous zones.
Missionary sex doesn't get the credit it deserves. It gets dismissed as 'boring' and 'vanilla', when in reality it's a fundamental position in the Big Bumper Book of Bonking!
Missionary position sees one partner lie on their back, whilst the other partner lies on top, penetrating them either vaginally or anally.
We've got 6 ways to improve missionary sex here and, to save you from getting tangled up like you're playing a game of naked Twister, we've come up with a system.
We've called the partner who is lying on their back the HP ('horizontal partner') and the partner who is riding up top the TP ('top partner').
Whether you're spending a lot of time in the same four walls, or whether you're coming home from a demanding job, sometimes things in the bedroom can feel a little bit... samey. And we're not necessarily talking about the sex side, either.
Our bedrooms are, of course, primarily a place for rest, but they're more than that - they're a place to relax, and to retreat from our busy days. And when you're relaxed and happy, guess what? You have better sex.
Being able to transform your boudoir into a serene-yet-sensual scene for seduction might seem like a big undertaking worthy of any daytime TV property show host, but it's actually very simple.
So if your sex'n'slumber chamber is in need of a little nocturnal va-va-voom, just read on to find out how to give your room a Moulin-Rouge-esque makeover.
There are endless studies that show sex makes us happier.
But, how does it work? How does a cheeky romp between the sheets do so much for our well-being?
In this blog we take a deeper look at sex and happiness, to discover why getting lucky makes us feel so damn good.