We’re sex experts – five easy ways to boost your bedroom antics today and there’s no dressing up involved 0 143

CAN you imagine 400,000 people tuning in as you get intimate? Well, that’s what Lacey and Flynn do.

The couple share their best advice on how to have a better sex life . . .

Olivia WestLacey and Flynn have sex in front of thousands[/caption] Olivia WestThe couple share their best advice on how to have a better sex life . . .[/caption]


START with an exercise and write down what your parents told you about sex growing up.

A lot of shame can come from being told it is bad so it’s important to pinpoint where your fears came from.

Then write down the best and worst sexual experience you’ve ever had. What made them good or bad? Was it the sex itself or how it made you feel afterwards?

A little detective work goes a long way to understanding our emotions and our shame around sex.

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WHY do you want to make love? How do you want to feel afterwards? Are there ways you could make yourself more present in the moment?

Your intention paves the direction for the sex.

Are you doing it to become more connected to your partner or do you want to unlock new pleasure zones?

Work out what kind of sex you want first before you jump into bed.

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THIS might blow your mind but you’re allowed to talk during a romp.

There’s this idea that talking might make it less sexy. But that’s wrong.

You can speak up and it can be incredibly hot to do so. It doesn’t make you weird, it makes you authentic and confident.

Ask your partner what they want and don’t be afraid to say what you like and dislike.

Open up to each other about your deepest desires.


ARE you in a situation where your goal is to have an orgasm? Don’t fall into this trap because pleasure is a journey not a destination.

We want you to be in it for the whole experience and enjoy every touch, stroke, kiss . . . 

You need to reframe what pleasure is and enjoy the moment, don’t focus on the end goal.

Contrary to common belief, great sex doesn’t have to end with an orgasm.


YOU don’t need to be “in the mood” to have sex. You can have sex when you’re grumpy, sad, annoyed, happy – it doesn’t matter.

If you want good sex you need to have it even when you don’t fancy it. Get organised and approach your lovemaking like every other social activity in your life.

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Plan sex, write it in your calendar and show up even when you’re not feeling it.

You’ll maintain a great relationship with your partner and have a healthy, connected sex life.

For more advice and a free class see laceyandflynn.com

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Supporting Ukraine Through Purchasing Power: The Initiatives Keeping the Country’s Economy Afloat 0 173

Amidst the Russian invasion, Ukrainian creatives are launching initiatives to keep the country’s economy going by harnessing consumer power. Spend With Ukraine is one such online resource that connects consumers to Ukraine-based businesses across various industries, while the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund allows for donations to support artists. Co-founder of Spend With Ukraine, Andrey Klen, emphasizes the importance of supporting the Ukrainian economy through purchasing decisions. He states, “Armies win battles, but economies win wars.”

Ukrainian brands are still operating and many are donating a portion of their sales to different needs to support the country. To sustain interest in supporting Ukraine through spending, increasing the visibility of these initiatives is key. As Klen says, “We want it to blow out.” These efforts not only help Ukrainian creatives but also support existing industries and provide a sense of normality in these difficult times.

Ensuring Safety and Consent in the Adult Film Industry: A Vital Discussion 0 259

One topic that may be of interest to readers in the adult film industry is the topic of workplace safety and consent.

The adult film industry, like any other industry, has a responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of its workers. This includes providing a safe working environment, protecting workers from physical and emotional harm, and ensuring that all acts are consensual. However, the nature of the adult film industry can make it difficult to ensure that these standards are met. Actors and actresses may feel pressure to perform acts that they are not comfortable with, and there have been instances of abuse and exploitation in the industry.

To address these issues, it is essential for the industry to have clear guidelines and policies in place to protect the rights and safety of workers. This includes providing education and resources for performers, implementing strict consent protocols, and holding producers and directors accountable for ensuring a safe working environment.

Another important aspect of this topic is the importance of consent in adult film. Consent is a crucial aspect of any sexual encounter and must be obtained freely, enthusiastically, and without coercion. In the adult film industry, where performers are engaging in sexual acts on camera, it is especially important that consent is explicitly obtained and respected. This can be achieved through the use of consent forms and communication between performers before and during filming.

By discussing these topics, the industry can work towards creating a safer and more respectful environment for all performers and ensure that the rights and well-being of workers are protected.

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