The High Notes — Issue #20
Teledildonics; mile high; sext emojis; mind control; stock photography; polyamory.
It’s here. Val-Day. There’s always amazing content around pleasure in February, so for this bumper issue I’ve curated the best of the best and added some of my favourite videos. Enjoy!
ALLEGRO — joyful VDay Videos!
Spare 15 mins? BBC Radio 1 looked at the future of relationships in their new mini-series Levine On Love.
Catch me talking about teledildonics in the episode on long distance love!
Dreamed about joining the mile high club? Make sure you don’t get caught!
Virgin dropped a wonderful ad this week — we think they won the VDay Airline ad battle! #LoveIsInTheAir
Coco de Mer enlisted Pamela Anderson for their most recent video, designed to turn VDay on its head. We love it!
STACCATO — short and sharp, quick reads
For the first time, Sainsbury’s is selling
same-sex VDay cards!
You + Me = ❤ Check your
sexting emoji knowledge. Experimenting with
mind-controlled sex toys. Because…why not?
A PIACERE — enjoy at your pleasure
We all know stock photography can be a bit ridiculous. But this takes the cake.
Here’s 25 pictures of lesbian sexuality according to stock photography. Spot the giraffes. Men. Ever wondered what it was like to have boobs? Well, this month
the Try Guyswore boob weights for the day, and the results are pretty hilarious. Almost as good as when they wore electrostim to simulate labour pains.
How to boss it like: Ela Darling, VR sex pioneer. Thanks, The Memo!
Picture: Getty Images
ADAGIO — longer reads, dive a little deeper
London’s Science Museum just opened a
really cool exhibition on robots. Pssst — they’re planning a Museum Lates themed around the future of sex in June. Make sure you grab a ticket! The state of Virginia has
tried to ban all adult entertainment… because watching it ‘leads to people having orgies’. If only. This month
Metro tackled the question: how do I get my ex to remove naked pictures of me? Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer for this one. The sex workers telling their own stories through art.
This exhibition, created by 19 Bay Area sex workers, presents a more nuanced view of their day to day work. There is nothing unusual about wanting a polyamorous relationship in 2017. So why do so many people
feel like they need to keep it secret?