It’s Okay to be Horny

Words by: Malena Frey
Art by: Anita Lin

Sexual shame relates to feeling wrong or guilty for the way one expresses themselves sexually. While this can be feeling shame for enjoying sex, it also encompasses shame for the frequency of wanting sex, intiating sex, the type of sex someone likes, the person someone is having sex with, for having sexual fantasies or desires, masturbation, or even for simply being horny.

It’s Okay to be Horny

Filling Gaps

Words by: Stephanie Booth
Art by: Beth Philpotts

Thinking threesome? Ask yourself: ‘what gap am I trying to fill?’ The filling of gaps is something that needs to be considered and researched, but spontaneous and fun at the same time. Simples, right?

Filling Gaps

Lube For Lunch

Words by Leila Bakhache
Art by Ruby Waldren

How can one evaluate the progression of humanity? Not through technological advancements, that’s for certain. Neither can it be done through modern medicine, nor through the fact that mankind has walked the moon. The correct answer, you ask? I believe it is through the growing array of lube flavours available to you and I alike. Innovation at its finest.

Lube For Lunch

The Colour of Love

Words by: Dena Tissera 
Art by: Nat

It’s Saturday night, you’re out with your friends living your best life when you see a guy smiling at you from across the bar. Blued eyed and blonde haired, your mystery man walks over to you. You quickly smooth
your dress, fix your hair and wait to be dazzled with a charming one liner or captivating compliment, but instead he asks, “What ethnicity are you?” Feeling a little perplexed you respond, “Chinese.”

The Colour of Love

The Big O

Words by Ella McEwan
Art by Susie Nahm

It’s not uncommon to see men in movies getting off. If anything, men in film are getting off too easily, whilst women are merely along for the ride (innuendo intended). When I really mulled this over, I felt bad for these on screen women. Then, in my most obvious epiphany ever, I realised the lack of women climaxing hit closer to home than I thought.

The Big O