Samantha Evans co-founded Jo Divine, an online sex toy company, with her husband Paul in Having a professional background in nursing, she is a features writer for Jo Divine and is passionate about only promoting skin safe sex toys and sexual lubricants. Being married for 21 years she understands the effects that motherhood and the menopause can have upon relationships and sexual intimacy, she has exerienced her own sexual health issues and as a mum of three teenagers she is aware of the varied quality and often poor standard of sex education in schools in the UK. Having an extensive knowledge about sex toys, Samantha enjoys creating informative articles about sexual health and pleasure which endeavour to normalise sex and help people to talk about it. Samantha is always looking at ways in which both men and women can take control of their sexual health to increase their sexual pleasure and general well being. Whoever you are, she believes that it is always possible to find ways in which to enjoy sex by being imaginative, adventurous and making it fun.
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Vibrator testing & orgasm advice — what it's like running a sex shop with my KIDS
The pyrotechnics have largely been snuffed out, and now one of the national capital's other legendary three Ps, porn, could also become a thing of the past soon. ACT government figures show the number of stores licensed to sell pornography in the ACT has shrunk from 14 in to five. Hello Sexy shop manager Kristy Leigh has diversified into products more suited to women. Credit: Jay Cronan. While it remains illegal to sell X-rated films over the border in NSW, the ACT's strong regulation of the industry was partly to blame for the decline of the sex movie trade in Canberra, Australian Sex Party leader and long-time adult industry advocate Fiona Patten said. People are just willing to risk a fine and police turn a blind eye, because they have better things to do than arrest people for selling adult films to adults.
Vibrator testing & orgasm advice — what it’s like running a sex shop with my KIDS
FOR Nancy Barry, an average day once meant doing the school run, making dinner for her two kids and reading them bedtime stories — but now she sells sex toys with them. Nancy was a full-time mum before joining the family business in Brighton — a sex shop where her son Taylor, 23, and daughter Kizzy, 19, work too. Over three floors of fun, it is now the subject of a new telly documentary welcoming us into the world of Latex and leather. A Very British Sex Shop, which airs on Channel 4 tonight at 10pm, proves staff meetings here are far from dull. With no experience of the sex industry , the family opened their first shop, Taboo, in
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