How make your sex life more sustainable - Metro
"Evie Plumb, founder of sex positive platform Cliterally The Best
, tells us: ‘Making sustainable switches has been been the hot topic of conversation across the globe for a while now, but most of us were not thinking about our sex lives.
‘Over the last six months, we have noticed this side of sustainability being discussed more which has inevitably led to more people making changes.’
Vegan condoms might seem off-putting though, with concerns over how effective they are."
Everything you need to know about period pants - Metro
"Evie Plumb, an ACET-qualified sex educator working for period company FLO, tells us that ultimately period pants ‘are designed to be worn like normal underwear’. The difference? Something she calls the ‘magical gusset’."
Sex and the pandemic: How did young people cope with lockdown celibacy? - BBC
Three young women discuss how lockdown affected their sex lives, as one of the largest studies of sexual behaviour since the beginning of the pandemic is published
The NatSal-Covid study asked 6,650 Brits aged 18-59 about their sex habits during the first four months of lockdown.
Its results suggest that young people were more likely to report having had sex less often, and being less satisfied with their sex lives, than they were before lockdown started.
Everything You Should Consider Before Having a Threesome - Zoella
"Learn what each person enjoys before. Find out what turns them on and voice what gets you going too. As well as this, don’t feel like you have to jump in straight away. Take it slow, ease it in, take breaks if you need to. There’s no wrong way to have sex and this applies no matter how many people are involved – do what works for you."
This is a position for those feeling flexible and can also be great for those with partners who come with smaller packages," says Evie Plumb sex educator and expert at Here We Flo. It might take time to get the angle right, but it's worth it for the fun of trying a new sex position and it's great for G-spot stimulation. Coupled with clitoral stimulation from you, your partner, or a toy will give maximum pleasure in this sex position," advises Evie. We can't argue with that!"
Experience heavy periods? Your complete coping guide, ft. advice from 3 menstrual experts - Marie Claire
It’s important to know your normal, shares Plumb.”Do go to the doctor if you have any new heavy bleeding as this can be a sign of gynaecological cancer, like womb or cervical cancer,” the expert stresses."
The Evolution of Sex Toys: From Dried Camel Dung to AI Technology - Lelo
“I have heard of many inventive dildo substitutes like cucumbers, deodorant cans, remotes etc, but the highlight for me was a cheese string,” Evie Plumb, an ACET-qualified sex educator and founder of Cliterally The Best, a sex-positive platform and podcast, tells us.
“However, whatever you choose to use, I do not recommend using anything that could introduce bacteria to your vagina and upset her natural fauna.”
7 Uplifting Instagram Accounts To Follow During The Coronavirus - Forbes
Plumb’s “positivity puns” and charming illustrations fill me with near daily delight, and I occasionally laugh out loud upon seeing them. I sent Encouragemint to several clients who I knew were struggling to adapt to the current landscape. I also particularly enjoyed “Sex tape,” which includes two smiling tape dispensers innocently positioned to spell the number 69. With most posts, she also includes articles about mental health support and reflections about her own journey."
Cliterally the Best Podcast Out There! - The C Word Mag
" Evie is a champion for sex positivity and has been inspiring her followers to try new things with her impassioned posts and honest reviews she informs the masses about everything from sustainable period products and ethical porn, but she also educates us about our bodies - an education most of us missed out on during our lacklustre sex-ed classes in schools"
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