1. When you hear the term ‘erogenous zone’, what springs to mind? If your thoughts head directly below-the-waist, you’re not alone.

    We are all guilty of being a little too crotch-centric at times; focusing solely on the vagina or penis and forgetting to use other erogenous zones in the bedroom.

    An erogenous zone can be any area of the body that, when stimulated, gets you in the mood. That’s a pretty broad definition, which is good news!

    For those of you that want to spice things up, here are ten erogenous zones you may never have previously considered.

    Position of the week: Standing Doggy

    Sex Lubes: they're awesome.

    Adding lube to sexy playtime is one of the simplest ways to bring something new to the bedroom. They improve glide, enhance sensation and can even enable play that's otherwise not possible, such as anal sex or sex in the shower.

    But, with so many lubes to choose from, it can be tricky knowing which lube is safe to use alongside which products. For example, did you know that you should never use silicone lube with a silicone sex toy?

    Or that water-based lubes won't work in the shower?

    In this week's video, Jess and Sammi give you the lowdown on lubes so you know the key differences between them, and can make any play super-slippery with the correct lubricant.

    Position of the week: Horsing Around

    Why are rabbit vibrators so popular? And what is a blended orgasm anyway?

    In this weeks video, we answer these questions, and tell you about the magical, climax-inducing power of the world-famous sex toy that is: The rabbit vibrator.

    Plus, Jess and Sammi give you a closer look at the brand new, reinvented Happy Rabbit.

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    Sometimes, sex just seems to happen. Other times, getting into the right mindspace is a little more difficult - especially after a day of meetings, an hour spent in traffic or a weekend enduring your in-laws.

    Creating the right mood and environment, whatever that means to you, can really help, so we've put together a few tips to help you set the scene for sexytime.

    It may take a little bit of planning and communication, but when you're basking in that post-bonk glow, you'll be delighted you made the effort.

    Last week, we told you all about what condoms are, and how to tell if your condom is safe for use.

    This week we're back with Condoms 101 - Part 2!

    When used correctly, condoms offer an impressive 98% success rate, but in order to be properly protected, you need to know what you're doing.

    In this weeks video, Jess and Sammi show you exactly how to open, wear, remove and dispose of your condom properly for the best protection.

    Lovehoney Student Sex Advice

    Regardless of what anyone tells you, taking nude photos is an art form.

    Though many of us may just believe it's a matter of 'point-and-snap', there's actually a lot more to it if you want your photo to do your body justice.

    Just as with any good photo, you have to think about framing, lighting, position, and many other things if you really want to get that jaw-dropping effect.

    While most of us are aware that a lot of work goes into a fantastic sensual photo, it should nonetheless look like it's effortless.

    So here are a few tips to help ensure your pictures are of top quality, every single time.

    What is a condom? And why are they so popular for ensuring safe sex?

    Well, firstly, barrier methods of contraception (which is what a condom is) are the only type of contraception that protects you and your partner from STI's as well as unwanted pregnancy.

    When used correctly, they offer an astonishing 98% success rate, but in order to be properly protected, you need to know what you're doing.

    In this weeks video, Jess and Sammi give you the lowdown on latex (and non-latex) love-gloves, condom-friendly lubes and everything else you need to know before putting one on.

    Come back next week for part 2, when we show you exactly how to put a condom on (properly!)

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