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FPA Pleasure

Welcome to Pillow Talk, FPA Pleasure’s blog. With advice and opinion pieces from the FPA Pleasure team, as well as invited guest experts, we’ve got the low down on all things sexual pleasure and wellbeing.We post regularly, so check back for new posts when you can, or sign up to our newsletter (bottom of the page) to stay up to date with all our new articles.

  • Review: The Pleasure Portal

    Jennifer Dhingra, Externals Director of Sexpression:UK, gives the lowdown on an immersive theatre experience focused on sexual pleasure.

    “Pleasure motivates behaviours, both positive and harmful. Which is why this is an incredible opportunity for positive change.”

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  • Four ways to celebrate Valentine's Day (or any day)

    Forget overpriced flowers and tacky gifts, wow that special someone with our suggestions below. Even better - these suggestions work equally well on any other day of the year, not just for Valentine's!

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  • Three simple ways to have better sex

    I blame Instagram and Facebook for piling on the pressure to be the best – and for that sneaking feeling that everyone else is having a slightly better time than you are.

    This extends to the pressure to be constantly having a large amount of very exciting sex. A lack of open communication causes stubborn myths about how to be ‘good at sex’ to abound, such as the idea you need an encyclopedic knowledge of positions or an improbably large penis. Continue reading

  • Dribbler or spurter? 5 common questions about male (and female) ejaculation

    Male ejaculation is often discussed purely in terms of what can go wrong. A lot of trusted information focuses only on problems or difficulties and how they can be managed. Although tackling problems can be important in helping you have a happy and satisfying sex life, there’s a lot more to ejaculation than that!

    We talk about ejaculation quite a lot – here are the answers to some of the common questions we get asked. Continue reading

  • Have you got festive "hygge" feelings?

    If you’ve not heard of the Danish concept of “hygge” (pronounced hue-gah) in the last year, it’s possible you’ve been living in a cave – which in itself may be very hyggeligt if you prefer peace and quiet!

    There’s isn’t really a direct translation, although many column inches, book pages and websites have been given over to trying. Continue reading

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