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3 ways you could be sabotaging your orgasms and 3 fixes.

3 Ways You Could be Sabotaging Your Orgasms and 3 Fixes.

#1 Believing conventional advice about orgasm Whenever you read articles about female orgasm online and in magazines, they say things like: “Relax” “Don’t think about it” “Have a glass of wine” They make it seem so easy, like it should just happen. Even effortless. It is messages like this that reinforce the idea that women are passive during sex. That we are just waiting for an orgasm to happen. Being passive is not exciting or enjoyable. Being passive can actually feel frustrating because nothing is happening, anxiety inducing because it makes you worried that nothing is ever going to happen and...

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What is Vaginismus? Bliss Journal

What is Vaginismus?

What some of you may not realise is that our CEO Jodie West is a women’s health advocate having lived with endometriosis and a number of other health conditions that primarily affect women. That the reason she became a sexologist was due to her own health issues that impacted her sex life. At Bliss we fully support her in spreading the word about women’s health issues. This week we want to raise awareness around Vaginismus. Some of you may have heard it before but many others will be thinking Vagi-what?!? To be honest we are not surprised because many women...

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Women’s Health Week Love Your Vulva!

Women’s Health Week Love Your Vulva!

It is Women’s Health Week and seeing Bliss is all about pleasure and sexual wellness we want top talk about Vulva’s. Vulvas come in all shapes, colours and sizes! Vulva’s provide so much pleasure but are rarely spoken about. This article as some great resources for learning all about the wonders of vulva’s and how gorgeous they are. We have some vulva galleries where you can see just how different vulvas can be and some books that are a great educational reads. For the most part most of us don’t take much time to think about what our vulvas look...

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Woman in Pain, pelvic pain, vaginismus, vulvadynia, endometriosis menopause - on the Bliss Journal

Why Buy a Vibrator Instead of a Medical Dilator?

We frequently get customers coming to us referred by Health Care Professionals suggesting people look at using a slim vibrators and personal  lubricants to help overcome some sorts of the sexual issues.  Slim lined vibrators can be used in conjunction with medical dilators and personal lubricants or as an alternative as some women find medical dilators uncomfortable. The combination can be useful in a range of situations including post operative scarring, vaginal tightness, vaginismus, post childbirth, when sex feels painful, decreased sensation, vaginal atrophy and more.  Vaginal tightness may occur as a result of post op scaring following surgery or as a side effect...

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3 tips for safer oral sex

3 Tips For Safer Oral Sex

Yes, Oral Sex is sex and you need to know how to protect yourself. Yes, you do need to know how to protect yourself from STIs if you choose to have oral sex. It is always important to understand how to have safer sex. Abstinence or having sex with your self is the only way to negate the risk of STI's and   1. Get tested and have the conversation. Everyone should know their STI status. Getting tested at least every year really is not hard to do. However, most experts, recommend all genders and sexualities get tested every six months...

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What is anal sex?

What is anal sex?

Butts we all have one and whether you know it yet or not just like your genitals, your anus can be very sensitive and can be an enjoyable part of sex. So, what is anal sex? It is when an object, penis, or sex toy (designed for anal sex, no not all toys are suitable for anal sex) is consensually inserted into the anus (yours or someone else’s) during sex. It doesn’t have to be full penetration it can range from playing externally around the anus with a finger to inserting fingers, sex toys, or a penis. Externally and internally the...

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