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    Remember Sex Ed in school? Was it all videos of toilet cubicles and/or kids jumping into swimming pools? If so, your experience was similar to the vast majority; solely based on the ins-and-outs of 'baby-making', involving some extremely clinical descriptions of heterosexual sex.

    So, why hasn't Sex Ed been dragged by the balls kicking and screaming into the 21st -century? There's an overwhelming need for an all-inclusive curriculum offering age-appropriate, relevant relationship and queer-inclusive advice and information.

    This week, Sammi, Nick are joined by writer and broadcaster, Riyadh Khalaf, and they share their thoughts on LGBTQ and Sex Education.

    And of course, we cover our usual segments "You can never know enough about sex" and "Question of the week" where we share what we've learned about sex this week, and answer your sex questions.

    Got a question or topic you want us to cover? Email us at podcast@lovehoney.com or comment below.

    You can find us on iTunes, Soundcloud and Spotify. New episodes every Wednesday. Subscribe to stay up to date!

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    Lights off. Bit of cuddle. Some kissing. Sex.

    Lights off. Bit of cuddle. Some kissing. Sex.

    Lights off. Bit of cuddle. Some kissing. Sex.

    Lights off. Bit of a cuddle – do you see where we're going with this?

    If sex is always initiated the same way in your relationship, your love life tends to get quite predictable. Boredom is something we put up with on a long train trip or during a staff meeting – it's not something we should be experiencing in the bedroom!

    Try any of these 6 fun ways to initiate sex the next time you want to break away from your usual routine (remember to always get clear consent from your partner, no matter how they seem to be responding to your advances).

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    We've all had a need for hands-free pleasure. Maybe you're sick of your usual positioning, you have a physical disability or your hands have gone numb from holding that vibrator – I've got you.

    I absolutely adore the move towards accessible toy design, and there are some fantastic hands-free toys out there, particularly for people with vulvas!

    Here's a few of my favourites!

    7-best-sex-positions-for-using-your-vibrator

    We get so caught up in using our vibrators for solo play that we often forget to bring our sex toys to the party!

    Vibrators are great for masturbating with, but they also have the ability to take sex with a partner from fun to phenomenal.

    What's more, if you are someone who can't orgasm from internal stimulation alone (and believe us, you're not the only one!) then incorporating your favourite vibe into your sex life could be a game-changer.

    Here are 7 of the best sex positions for adding in your vibrator – there are countless more but those are for you and your vibe to discover first-hand!

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    Why is it that women are more comfortable talking about and using sex toys than men? Do guys get judged differently... and if so why? What are the benefits of investing in and upgrading male solo play? Is it less of a stigma if a partner is involved? And, does the massively outdated idea of male sex toys consisting solely of plastic blow-up blondes with gaping, ruby red lips need to be challenged and deflated for good?

    This week, Sammi and Vicky are joined by journalist and broadcaster Andy Jones, and they share their thoughts on the stigma that surrounds male sex toys. And of course, we cover our usual segments "You can never know enough about sex" and "Question of the week" where we share what we've learned about sex this week, and answer your sex questions.

    Got a question or topic you want us to cover? Email us at podcast@lovehoney.com or comment below.

    You can find us on iTunes, Soundcloud and Spotify. New episodes every Wednesday. Subscribe to stay up to date!

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    What does it take to tickle your particular fancy? Do you get off on imagining sex with a celebrity, or are you more turned on by a specific locations or the thought of multiple partners?

    This week, Sam and Nick, are joined by Lovehoney Forum competition winner, Lana to share their thoughts and ideas on sexual fantasies, including some of the most popular choices, how to get your partner on board, and who is to say what's 'embarrassing' or normal?

    And of course, we cover our usual segments "You can never know enough about sex" and "Question of the week" where we share what we've learned about sex this week, and answer your sex questions.

    Got a question or topic you want us to cover? Email us at podcast@lovehoney.com or comment below.

    You can find us on iTunes, Soundcloud and Spotify. New episodes every Wednesday. Subscribe to stay up to date!

    Position of the Week: Hooked on You

    key to great sex life

    "Only have sex in the shower." "Keep your socks on at all times." "Make sure your partner's head is pointing due north."

    There are lots of 'tips' and 'tricks' that we're offered when we're looking to improve our sex lives, but some of them can be a little... well... whacky.

    So we reached out to our trusty Lovehoney forum and asked them to share their secrets for the most satisfying sex life around - and true to form, they didn't disappoint!

    Check out their tips below, and if you have any to add, please add them in the comments.

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    Orgasms are absolutely fantastic, there's no doubt about that. But, there might be times where you or your partner cannot or choose not to reach climax.

    Sex should be pleasurable and fun, whether you're orgasming or not. It's those sexy, fun feelings that bring us to orgasm, and we wouldn't be orgasming without them.

    It's just like that age-old saying – the journey is better than (or even the reason for) the destination. You wouldn't do a hike to a lookout point and ignore the wildlife, plants and waterfall along the way, would you?

    Also, I find that removing the sense of having a 'goal' (i.e. orgasming) when engaging in partnered or solo sex can make things much more enjoyable.

    That way you'll notice all of the other sexy things happening along the way that you may have overlooked because you were so focused on achieving an orgasm.

    Let's explore some other sexy and fun things that don't include orgasms.

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