The current guidance from the government is to practice physical distancing with people outside of your household to reduce health risks to individuals and the spread of COVID-19. Despite this significant risk, we understand that some continue to have sex with people outside of their household.
We are committed to helping everybody stay as safe as possible – it’s better that people have safer sex than unsafe sex. For more information on sex and coronavirus, see here
Anal sex can be a really amazing experience, and something that people can do and enjoy regardless of their sexuality, gender or trans status.
People will express their gender and sexuality in different ways and will use their bodies in different ways. There might be some stuff in this guide that is not relevant to you, but there is a little something for everyone!
We hope that this guide will help you to have better, safer and more satisfying anal sex!
Click here to download LGBT Foundation's Sex Guide: Anal Sex
Oral sex can be great, whether you’re giving or receiving it, and there are lots of reasons why people might do oral.
For some people, it can really turn them on to see their partner(s) having a good time, and other people enjoy it as part of foreplay before having other kinds of sex.
Oral sex means different things to different people, and we have tried to cover as much information in this guide as we can. Some stuff might not be relevant to you, but there is a little something for everyone in here. We hope the information in this guide will help you to have better, safer and more fulfilling oral sex!
Click here to download LGBT Foundation's Sex Guide: Oral Sex
We know that there are many different types of vaginas and people who have them. People will express their gender and sexuality in different ways and will use their vaginas in different ways.
Woman, man, non-binary, cis gender, trans? Whether you’ve had any surgery or not, this guide is for you and your vagina.
We realise not all the information will apply to you, but there is something for every vagina, and hopefully the parts that are relevant to you will help you have safer and better vaginal sex. This guide also discusses other body parts, so that you can be more informed about the people you may be having sex with and their bodies.