With winter dragging, make sure that you make time to look after yourself!
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Today is officially the first day of spring! I had a beautiful walk to work in the sunshine, spotting all the fresh flowers budding, and watching the ducks and geese on the canal.
And do you know what all of this got me thinking about?
Okay, you've got me, this is something I obviously think a lot about seeing as I work in an adult store. But it's a common theme this time of year, and with good reason.
Spring Equinox is traditionally known as Ostara, an ancient Germanic celebration of equal day and night, new-life, and fertility. Oestrogen is derived from this word, as Ostara particularly reveres female sexuality and it's life-giving abilities.
So I think today is the perfect day to celebrate your sexuality, whether female or other. To embrace some softness in yourself, get back in touch with your body, spring clean that toy box, and start getting excited about what the next few months will bring for you!
I didn't have an orgasm until after I had birthed a child. Until three years after I had had penetrative sex for the first time, and 5 years after anyone had touched me intimately.
Not by myself and certainly not with a partner.
I have now been orgasmic for almost three years and it's been quite a process of breaking down misconceptions and getting to know myself. For a long time I felt broken. I felt like there was something wrong with my body, that I couldn't do this thing that everyone else seemed to find so easy.
But that's the thing: it's not easy. Especially not for women, and especially not in the society we currently live in. And this is why I wanted to write this blog post, in case there are any others feeling broken, who feel let down by their own bodies. To let you know that this is not your fault!