My next Funzing LDN talks are:- The Psychology of Attraction (Who we want and why we want them) With 12 years experience listening to clients stories then combining this with his training in Imago relationship psychology and work as a hands-on sex practitioner Sex Engineer and Relationship Therapist Colin Richards presents this casual, fun talk […]
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Colin’s feature article in Cosmopolitan 24th July The clitoris is without a doubt incredible. Not that we need any further proof of this (erm, have you seen what one of these babies can do?!), but relationship and sex mentor Colin Richards, and Clue researchers reckon there’s 10 more, pretty awesome and surprising things you should know about the not-so-humble clit. 1. […]
Colin featured in this Cosmopolitan article about female orgasm denial Click here to read the full article Not gonna lie, ‘female orgasm denial’ sound like three pretty scary words. But really, it’s just a fancy and roundabout way of saying ‘intense, built-up orgasms that feel incredible’. Also known by some people as ‘edging’, it […]
1. Orgasms Regulate Menstruation Orgasms send blood to the organs in the pelvic area and deliver all the healthy nutrients and floaty bits right where they count. Women who orgasm once a week are more reportedly likely to have a regulated, every-28-day period than those who keep their legs clamped together and their hands […]
The Theory of 5 Influences Introduction Whether a man defines himself as gay, bisexual or bi-curious society tends to label him as homosexual. This polarised view of sexuality is increasingly being challenged, and now many experts recognize that to define a person’s sexuality in such a binary manner is wrong. Still, the favored explanations put […]
Mack originates from the Southern Hemisphere growing up in South Africa so his love of the outdoors began at an early age playing with the wildlife around his parent’s smallholding. When you live in a warm climate like South Africa then the need for clothes is not so important as for us in the chilly UK. […]