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Beginner’s Guide to Topping During Sex

Posted By Zachary Zane,
01/10/2022
Only some of us were lucky enough to get medically accurate sex education in school, and even if we did, odds are, it didn't cover how queer men have sex. It's normal to have lots of questions around the mechanics of queer sex, such as what it means to be a top and bottom—and how to do each. "Top" a...

Being Heteroflexible Is a Real Thing. Here's What It Means

Posted By Suzannah Weiss,
27/07/2022
Like pretty much every sexual orientation, "heteroflexible" doesn't have one agreed-upon definition—but here are some of the reasons people love the label. FOR MOST of my life, I identified as straight and didn’t question it. Then, when I started going to sex parties in my late twenties, I played...

In Their Fantasies - What Women Want

Posted By Justin,
30/06/2022
What people actually do in bed is one thing. What they fantasise about is often another entirely. In my own research on sexual fantasies, I’ve found that there’s a pretty sizable gap between fantasy and reality. Although most people say they have some fantasies they’d like to act out, few report hav...

How to Be an Ally and an Accomplice to LGBTQIA+ Folks

Posted By Jess,
08/06/2022
As we celebrate Pride this month (and 365 days a year!), let us be reminded that Pride started as a riot. It wasn’t about fanciful floats, beautiful costumes, branded installations, or a month of celebrations. And though many of us now have the privilege to revel in the beauty of parades and...

Are You Polysexual? Here's What It Means, and How to Tell.

Posted By Suzannah Weiss,
04/06/2022
Zoe, a 45-year-old woman in the U.K., has been with her wife for 22 years. Five years ago, they opened up their relationship, and Zoe also dated and slept with cis men, gender queer people, and trans people. Realising she was attracted to a number of genders, Zoe—who had previously identified as...

Asexual, Graysexual, Demisexual: What’s the Difference?

Posted By Justin,
02/06/2022
Dr. Alfred Kinsey was the first to describe sexual orientation as existing on a continuum in his famous Kinsey Scale. He characterised human sexuality as running on a spectrum from “completely heterosexual” to “completely homosexual” based on people’s level of sexual attraction and behavior...

Your Guide to Pride Flags and What They Mean

Posted By Astroglide Team,
01/06/2022
With our Pride flags flying high this pride month, it’s important to acknowledge the different types of flags that symbolise the diversity within the LGBTQIA+ community. From the first-ever pride flag introduced in 1978 to the transgender flag flown in 2000 and the gender nonbinary flag created in...

Ten Sex-Positive Leaders You Ought To Know

Posted By Jess,
26/02/2022
February is Women’s History Month and March 8th is International Women’s Day. To celebrate, check out these ten superstars who have been (and continue to be) vital to the sex-positive movement. We’ve included a number of present-day sexuality professionals and activists because history unfolds in...

How To Have Prostate Orgasms: A Guide To The Male G-Spot

Posted By Kesiena Boom,
17/02/2022
Most people have heard of the famed G-spot found on the anterior wall of the vagina. But did you know that people with penises also have something akin to a G-spot? The so-called male G-spot is none other than the prostate, and it can be extremely pleasurable to play around with. What is the...

What Are Kinks? A Guide To Edgy Bedroom Play

Posted By Celeste Hirschman,
10/09/2021
Bend. Fold. Twist. Curl. Impact. Group. Sense. Bond. Watch. Harder. Harder. Softer. Exhale.  Have you ever wondered what are kinks? And how to tell if someone is kinky – or if you are? Kink – with its consensual, ethical framework and edgy culture – has become an incredible way for...

21 Expert Tips on How To Do a Striptease

Posted By Beducated Magazine,
30/07/2021
Are you curious about the art of undressing, but unsure how to do a striptease yourself? Well, you’re in the right place. Welcome to becoming the ultimate seducer! We’ve spoken with four of the most delectable erotic dance experts to help you with the big reveal… your body! And the best thing...

Tips to Reach Orgasm for the LGBTIQ+ Community

Posted By Josh,
05/07/2021
A few months ago, I wrote about the supposedly elusive female orgasm. While it is true that most people know very little about the female orgasm, even less is known about orgasmic function in people not having traditional penovaginal intercourse. Having just come out of Pride Month, a...

What Percentage of the Population is LGBTIQ?

Posted By Justin,
19/06/2021
If you were asked to estimate the percentage of people who are LGBTIQ, what would you say? Over the last few decades, I’ve included this question on surveys and have found that people’s responses are all over the map; however, the single most common number I hear is 10%. How did so many people...

How We’re Celebrating Pride 2021 with Our Community

Posted By Astroglide,
17/06/2021
Pride (n.):  A feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired. Consciousness of one’s own dignity. The LGBTIQ+ community has been an...

8 Topics LGBTIQ Folks Should Discuss with Their Medical Professional to Maximise Their Sexual Health

Posted By Josh,
09/10/2020
As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I can attest to the difficulty many of us face navigating the healthcare system and advocating for our sexual health.  If you are a queer person, it can be challenging having the same health and sexual health discussions with your doctor that our non-queer...