1. Exploring the complexities and joys of loving more

    In polyamorous relationships, all partners are aware of and consent to the other 
    partners, while in throuples, the three people involved are in a committed relationship with each other.

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  2. We may have sex with others together, but I choose you.

    Brand manager, entrepreneur, and avid marathon runner Loïc* (50) and his partner, paralegal and chess player, Valerie* (32), are into swinging. They have tons of fun with it – from a steaming hot threesome with a beautiful stranger to playing erotic dress-up – but also carefully keep each other’s boundaries in check. ‘If I would compare it to literature, it feels like I used to experience six layers in my romantic relationships, now there’s an added seven,’ finds Loïc: ‘It really deepens our relationship.’

    *Names are fictitious for privacy reasons.

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  3. How to find the right sex toy with Alexandra Fine

    How to find the right sex toy and deepen your intimate wellness, according to the woman behind pleasure brand Dame
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  4. How to make the world a better place – one vagina at a time

    Dame’s co-founder, sexologist Alexandra Fine, on how to make the world a better place – one vagina at a time
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  5. Where to start?

    Where to start with vibrators

    Pleasure is part of living life to the fullest, and everyone deserves self-pleasure. For serious self-pleasure, heightened orgasms, and really knowing your body thoughtfully designed, gender-inclusive vibrators can be more than helpful on your intimate wellness journey. If you’re new to vibrators it can be daunting to pick one with such a massive range of options out there. Even if you have one at home, you may not have found your perfect match just yet. That’s why we came up with this clear overview of all types of contemporary sex toys. There are palm-sized ones (a ‘private pocket secret’ to carry around), unisex, anus massaging and air-suction (with the sensation of oral sex) vibrators.

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  6. The Future of Sex is Fluid

     Author: Kaira van Wijk for Self Studies The future of sex is fluid, says futures-anthropologist Roanne van Voorst. That is, from the vantage point...
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