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Here’s why pegging workshops are popping up across London

Here’s why pegging workshops are popping up across London

Once thought of as an exclusively lesbian sex act, strap-on play – or pegging, if we’re talking about a woman or someone with a vagina anally penetrating a person who may, or may not, have a penis – has become more mainstream than ever in the past year. To match London’s newfound enthusiasm for what’s being dubbed ‘strap-on season’, new educational workshops aimed at people of all sexualities and gender identities popped up. And they’re selling out… fast. But why?

‘Gender and sexuality is becoming more fluid – and about time, too! Women want to explore their dominant side or be the giver occasionally,’ says Renée Denyer, senior store manager at Sh!. ‘And, the prostate (known as the ‘male G-spot’) is finally getting the attention it deserves. Men are wanting to learn more about their full pleasure potential; prostate stimulation can make a man multi-orgasmic so it’s definitely worth exploring!’

Sh!’s Strap On & Pegging class for women and couples on February 20 will teach you how to use a strap-on with ‘style and panache’. And, hosted by Miss England at Coco de Mer, Backdoor Bliss: An Anal Masterclass on April 11 and May 30 will run through everything you need to know to prepare for anal play. 

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