The Sex Issue is back and it’s steamier than ever

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Stevie Boebi, self-love and sex tech to make you brilliant in bed We’re bringing sexy back with what could be our sauciest issue of all time, and who better to front the return of The Sex Issue than leading lesbian sexpert, Stevie Boebi? In this juiciest of exclusives, DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon hops into bed with [….]

Stevie Boebi: “I just love bottoms”

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YouTube’s leading lesbian sex guru talks pleasure, pain, and finding her perfect primary partner INTERVIEW BY ROXY BOURDILLON, PHOTO BY SARAH SNOW We couldn’t think of anyone we’d rather have on the cover of our brand new Sex Issue than YouTube’s leading lesbian sexpert, the inimitable Stevie Boebi. In one of DIVA’s raunchiest interviews ever, [….]

My secret sex diary

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“It’s flexible, but I do like to be dominant” In a brand new DIVA column, lesbians and bisexual women reveal what they really think about their sex lives, from their favourite positions to how they felt during their very first time. In our January 2020 issue, Sophia shares the story of her own erotic awakening, [….]

7 top tips for surviving Christmas

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Ella Braidwood suffered so you don’t have to… BY ELLA BRAIDWOOD  Christmas can be a stressful time. It is a well-rehearsed, theatrical production. You return home to your family where – in between Terry’s Chocolate Oranges and marzipan-topped fruit cake – you are conditioned to collectively emit an aura of concord. Family problems are well-wrapped [….]

What lesbians and bi women really want for Christmas

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Natash is making the Yuletide super queer with her list for Santa BY NATASH  ‘Tis the season my Ho Ho Homos, and I am here today “dyking the halls” with this totally definitive and completely scientific list of what lesbians and bisexual women want for Christmas.  1. A queer Christmas movie. Specifically something starring Kristen Stewart… [….]

11 Shocking and hilarious things my family have said to me at Christmas dinner

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For realsies. BY NATASH It’s that time of year where many of us are mentally preparing to sit down with our families for Christmas dinner.  For those of us with outspoken grandparents, interfering aunts, and a drunken uncle who considers himself clever, Christmas dinner can be eventful – to say the least. To help you [….]

How to survive Christmas with your family: LGBT style

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Self-help coach Gina Battye shares her expert advice BY GINA BATTYE  How do you stay relaxed with your loved ones over Christmas? Add unsupportive or homophobic, transphobic, biphobic and interphobic parents, siblings and family and taking your partner with you for the holidays, and what do you get? The potential of losing it with your [….]