Did you know that male ducks have corkscrew-shaped penises or that the tiny penis of a male damselfly can scoop out the sperm from other competitors? All these facts and more will be discussed in a free talk later in the month at Manchester Metropolitan University, exploring the hidden world of the wang.
Disabled people will have a chance to play out their sexual fantasies when a network of charity members and sex workers gather in Manchester for a special event next month.
The Sexhibition Expo will be hitting the streets of Manchester to showcase some of the world’s well known sex industry names and businesses this summer.
New research has revealed swimmers make the best lovers – and guess what Manchester’s favourite sport is? That’s right, swimming.
Is your sex life suffering because you can no longer get it up? Is a night in with the missus just not what it used to be? Viagra – it will solve all your problems in the bedroom… or will it?
Mancunian matters of the heart: My partner’s massive ego is standing in the way of us spicing up our sex lives!
This week, MM’s very own agony aunt hears from someone who thinks her partner is too self-assured to try out anything new. How can she convince him to spice up their sex lives and escape Fifty Shades of Beige?
Feminists from across the country overtook the Whitworth Gallery last night for their event Sex and the Stereotype.
Mancunian matters of the heart: A colleague groped me at the office party and now I think I’m gay… help!
MM’s very own agony aunt discusses sexual desires and self-exploration with a man who thinks he might be gay after an office party encounter… but what will his fiancée think?
They say you should never mix business with pleasure… but meet award-winning sex and relationship coach Rachael McCoy, who gets ‘paid to masturbate’.
For the next installment of Mancunian Matters of the Heart, our very own agony aunt hears from a snooping girlfriend who’s found her boyfriend’s gay porn stash.
Manchester’s cat owners are urged to vaccinate their felines before they catch life-long herpes and infect other cats, after the RSPCA Manchester & Salford branch save a kitten from an overinfested house rife with the virus.