We explore how trends in our sex lives are changing during lockdown, from people exploring sexual fantasies, to selling personal items and embracing high-tech pleasure.
A gentle coming of age drama steeped in early 00s nostalgia, Yes, God, Yes deals with progressive ideals in a trite but comfortable fashion.
A new study of 2000 adults conducted by LELO has revealed how Brits have been meeting our sexual needs over the last few months of lockdown.
The classic ‘Alice in Wonderland’ if the acid-trip was turned into a mix of MDMA and viagra in Juno Dawson’s ‘Wonderland’ – exceptionally well put-together.
Kristen Bjorn talks to Vada about the changing porn industry and how a misunderstanding around a porn film led to an international media scandal.
Above The Stag is proud to announce a same-sex reimagining of Peter Quilter’s modern comedy about love, sex and relationships: The Morning After.
Did you know that you may need to skip anal sex for a few weeks after prostate cancer treatments (and testing)? Here’s the lowdown.
Queer men are giving up sex because they’re too embarrassed to discuss erectile dysfunction, a new study suggests.
A recent survey by Ginger Research shows that great sex continues throughout our lives, in fact for over 50s, the greatest sex of their lives.
As part of the Africa Writes 2016 programme, the British Library will be hosting an evening of readings and discussion on sex, love and desire, spanning the sexuality spectrum and the African Diaspora experience.