What’s modern about swinging is that non-monogamous, less-traditional relationships are becoming more normalised in our society. Millennials especially are open to the fact that there’s more than one way to be in a relationship
What if you’re looking for something more than you already have, but don’t want to cheat or break up your loving relationship? Can a consented affair make your relationship stronger? Experts agree that exploring ethical non-monogamy can be liberating and fulfilling, but there are also risks and challenges involved.
Giving the gift of a mind-blowing orgasm is a great idea. But how does one select the right sex toy gift? Is it too risqué, and what about size and style? The secret is, take a punt. Get a sense of what they like and then just try something. Start simple and grow from there. Don’t be afraid to be adventurous. That’s the fun part.
Being a little curiosity about BDSM is nothing unusual. In fact, you are hardly alone with the modern BDSM trend moving from sub culture to the high street. Plenty of people just like you are exploring kinky sex or look for ways to make their sex lives more exciting by experimenting with power dynamics, sex toys and bondage accessories.
60% of Australian households have at least one sex toy. Take a moment. Yes. That’s basically everyone. Toys for sex and pleasure are no longer shady or a crazy wild secret, but widely recognised as health and wellness tools, and we think that should be celebrated. Here are 10 great sex positions improved by sex toys.
While most people habitually wash and shower after sex to clean bodies that have worked up a sweat and genitals soaked in juices or lube, it is equally essential to clean your toys after using them. This not only prevents the development of bacteria, but also prolongs the life of your equipment.
“All this time I have known you, you have never mentioned you liked girls. So now you are saying you are bisexual? Or have you have become a lesbian and ditching me?”
We have a chat with Terri Ewart, a certified sexological bodyworker, embodied counsellor and somatic sexuality educator, otherwise known as a sex coach. Terri works from Tauranga, New Zealand, and she teaches people from all around the world how to feel more pleasure in their lives.
Megan was physically healthy, confident in her job and socially confident on dates. But her insecurities about her body meant she either avoided sex, or if she did have it, felt so anxious, she couldn’t “let go”.