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Delving into the Golden Showers

Posted on Tue-06-2020 by Cecily Stevenson

This post was written by our Trans Sexual Health Outreach Worker, Bethanie Browne. Urolagnia: golden shower, erotic-peeing, wet-sex, uro-sexuality *take a breath* piss play, urophilia, wet-times, pee games, urethral-eroticism, urinism and watersports. Whatever you call it, it’s a thing, and it’s happening all over the world, probably as we speak. Now, I can’t confess to […]

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Erectile Dysfunction

Posted on Tue-06-2020 by Cecily Stevenson

This blog was written by our Sexual Health Team Leader, Jake McGee. As sexual health workers, we often hear about extreme sexual practices: parties, multiple partners, marathon sessions, and that’s fine – a few us of us have been there too! But what we don’t hear a lot about is those who are struggling, and […]

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Black and Gay

Posted on Tue-06-2020 by Cecily Stevenson

This post was written by our BME MSM Sexual Health Outreach Worker, Peter Rowe. I am a 50 year-old black gay male. I came across the gay scene in Birmingham by accident. At the age of 16, I came to live in the Highgate area of Birmingham. On walking into town, I kept seeing men […]

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Rimming

Posted on Wed-06-2020 by Cecily Stevenson

This blog was written by our Sexual Health Outreach Worker, Stuart Payne. What is rimming? Rimming is… basically licking and stimulating the bum hole of your sexual partner. It may not be for everyone, but for some, it can be an incredibly enjoyable experience.  And guess what – it’s not just gay men that do […]

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Volunteering at Birmingham LGBT (by Alice Mottram)

Posted on Sun-05-2020 by Matt Lopez

When asked about their motivations for volunteering with the Birmingham LGBT Centre, most of the volunteers on my training cohort stated that, besides altruistic responsibility, they wanted to meet new people. Having moved back to my hometown in the Midlands and lacking a social life beyond my parents, I too wanted to connect with others […]

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