We interviewed Pony Club Gym founder Ella Mason about their experience navigating menopause through a trans, gender-fluid lens.
A Q&A with Alice Edgeley. We interviewed the fashion-designer behind the eponymous label about her experience with pleasure and perimenopause.
Qualified sexologist and Passionfruit educator Tori pens a piece on navigating menopause with comfort, pleasure – and lubricants – in mind.
How much do you know about pleasure in the body after menopause? Chances are, not much. Most of what we hear about menopause is from a medical perspective. You’re unlikely to hear very much about positive, joyful and even ecstatic experiences of physical pleasure after menopause due to the huge and multilayered stigma surrounding this subject. Peggy Kerdo is here to help change that.
Curly Q's is a weekly blog where Founder Michelle Temminghoff answers the curly questions she frequently hears in-store. Having been closed due to covid for so long she's decided to take in online. Today's question relates to peeing your pants :|
Sex without an erection can be slower, longer, more experimental and ultimately more pleasurable. What's not to love? If erections aren't staying the course, or if your vulva/vagina isn't up for it, then slow sex is your friend.
Finding your way back to sexual health doesn't have to be all serious homework and boring exercises. You can add pleasure, fun and games to help get you back into shape with a smile on your face.
Joan Price is an 'ageless sexuality' expert and in this blog, reproduced with permission from erotic filmaker Erika Lust, she discusses the hurdles that can impede fantastic sex and how to overcome them.