Can we have a shag in lockdown? What about in Wales? Or in a forest, with strangers? Pippa Dennis explores the rules for sex under lockdown
Cora Grim reviews the University of Manchester Women Theatre’s Society’s The Reanimating Project
Netflix’s Sex Education has received high praise for it’s ability to break down taboo topics around sex, and other issues
Ana Maria Ortiz reviews Avenue Q at the Palace Theatre
Speaking last week at Sexpression: Manchester’s ‘Sex Week 2019’, the award-winning sex and relationships blogger Oloni shared her sex-positivity
Saoirse Akhtar Farren reviews a Sexpression talk, part of Sex Week, discussing the relationship between art and sex, considering the male gaze and historical context
Amy Morris suggests the the University should start treating its students like adults with regards to internet regulations
Sex, STDs, and Primark tops, Chloe Hatton reviews Annabelle Devey’s latest stand up.
We shouldn’t be just asking about where there is a culture of sexual harassment, but why there is one in the first place
Has the internet finally conquered the world of love and sex? How can I conduct my extra-marital affair during lockdown? Is it socially responsible to go dogging if I suspect I have Covid-19?
Ellie Martin sits down with Sexpression to discuss the need for LGBTQ+ specific sex education on campus.
With labelless relationships promoted by reality TV, is having no expectations the new expectation?
Kayleigh Crawford reviews the Royal Exchange Theatre’s adaptation of Macbeth, a new production that evaluates gender
Jasmine Taylor talks about the enlightening and empowering discussion on female pleasure run by Sexpression Manchester.
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
SHAG is a website and platform aimed at creating a safe space for sexual expression. It merges art with important conversations, increasing awareness of sexual experiences – both good and bad.
Dating apps are becoming ever increasingly popular, and many are finding true love through their phones. But does this online world encourage a disingenuous approach to relationships?