Bliss Journal — Connection

A Frolic Down Memory Lane - The Ohnut

A Frolic Down Memory Lane - The Ohnut

At Ohnut they believe that everyone has the right to feel connected, healthy, and whole. What is The Ohnut I hear you ask? It is an intimate wearable that can help you manage and potentially reduce pain during sex by allowing you to easily customize how deep penetration goes. It is worn externally at the base of a penetrating partner, e.g. on their shaft or on a toy. The Ohnutcompresses down to act as a soft buffer during sex. Each set comes with 4 linking rings that allow you to make simple adjustments, so you and your partner can not...

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Why Silly Sex is Bliss!

Why Silly Sex is Bliss!

Who has grown up watching romance or rom-com movies? Hands up, we know you are out there. From those rom-coms you probably have a very specific idea of what "good" sex looks like. Hot, romantic movie sex is dramatic, perfectly choreographed full of spontaneity, sexual tension, and simultaneous orgasms. Who has sex like that? We asked around the office and no one can say ‘me!’. Make out sessions are not in the perfect location they are more often than not on the lounge in front of the TV, weird noises included. Sexy stripteases or hastily ripping clothes off a piece...

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5 Things You Need to Know About Sex After Menopause.

5 Things You Need to Know About Sex After Menopause.

Sex and Menopause. This month we have been talking about sex and menopause. It is important to note that for some people, menopause has little effect on their sex life; for others, it can have big impact. The impacts on sex can range from vaginal dryness to a reduced libido or painful sex. Here we discuss some of those impacts and some things that could help. 1.   Painful sex – an incredibly common impact of menopause on a woman’s sex life. The statics vary, we have read figures from 45% to over 84% of women reporting finding sex painful. It is caused by reduced...

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The Bliss Guide to Menopause.

The Bliss Guide to Menopause.

Sexual problems are far more common across the life span for those of us with vulva’s and vagina’s then most people realise. There are times throughout our life that this is more likely to occur and perimenopause is one of those times. Hormone changes may contribute to the likelihood that you will experience sexual issues, but it is important that we are not only blaming hormones, but sex and intimacy is also far more complicated than that. It is important that the whole person is taken into account including relationship issues, how you feel about yourself, mental and emotional health,...

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