Meet Par Femme's new range — and the muses behind it
Pleasure isn’t about going through the motions. In short: we want sex to be properly sexy.
...or is it just me? Par Femme writer Tabitha Laffernis unpacks the emotional purgatory of ‘the kinda-relationship that nobody wants to be in’
"Everything about her writing is pervy and decadent, like you’ve overheard a conversation you shouldn’t of, while out at dinner."
"I'm really excited to see how the fashion industry will take scientific breakthroughs in sustainability and apply them to create groundbreaking designs. I think we’re at a really great moment for...
Self-pleasure as an everyday object during lockdown in Melbourne, Victoria.
"To see myself as a sexual being is an empowering and important thing for me. I think it's a big part of my identity and that's really powerful and...
We celebrate the Par Femme x Anna Pogossova collaboration in the best way possible—through people! Hang out with Haruka, Imants Thomas, Mateen Ismail and Nina Treffkorn in their places...
"Every object transcends its physical form into language, and has a story to tell. It’s not simply a thing, but an invisible network of histories, metaphors, and references which...
Catch up with landscape designer Olivia Harris as we chat body positivity, book recommendations and having fun in the garden.
DJ and Producer turned Australia's coolest physics teacher Ariane, talks to Par Femme about fun facts, her favourite books and what she's looking forward to post isolation.
A handy guide, replete with tips and toys, for enhanced clitoral pleasure.
The founder of health and wellness brand Imbibe on their luxurious vagina oil and finding pleasure at every age in life.
You are not alone! Sexologist Georgia Grace answers some of the most commonly asked questions she gets on the topic of sex.
The model-turned-knitwear designer talks about the thrill of slowing down and unlearning the “work, consume, repeat” mantra that’s drilled into us from an early age.
Check in with food writer and photographer Samantha Hillman, who has spent her quarantine in NYC making magic in the kitchen.
“When I was younger, my interest in sexuality felt isolating. Now, I am so proud to lead our Dame community and make space to have these conversations more openly.”...
U up? Serenade your lover with the smooth sounds of Jhené Aiko, Ed Marquis, Little Simz, Janet Jackson, and more.
We speak with the talented musician about the difference between toxic attachments and deep loving connections, and the unparalleled enjoyment that comes from truly knowing your own mind and body.
Now is the perfect time to really get to know your own body and what turns you on. Besides, being single and “putting yourself out there” can be emotionally exhausting now is the...
“I’ve always been a sexually curious person, but when I was younger, I couldn’t find answers to my questions... I wanted to be a part of the sexual revolution that...
The gang's all here to tug at your heartstrings and provide some much-needed catharsis. Get comfy. Light a candle. Let’s all hold hands (figuratively speaking) and gently weep together.
In the absence of physical cues such as eye contact, touch, and an engagement of the other senses, we run the risk of losing the intimacy that we can...
We spoke with the Melbourne musician about the difference between being alone and being lonely, the importance of both self-compassion and accountability in a breakup, and why we should all prioritise...
Life in lockdown can be a real turn-off, especially if you find yourself suddenly spending every waking (and sleeping) moment with your sexual partner. Here are some ways to deal....
“To me, sensuality means being present and comfortable within myself.” Get to know Brisbane musician Clea and catch her Instagram Live acoustic set at @parfemme.
The Amsterdam-based sweetheart has discovered the life-affirming magic of sending postcards to friends and elderly people during isolation.
Whether you're a homebody at heart or you’re suddenly spending way more time indoors than usual (feel for you, Geminis), loungewear that satisfies the ‘comfy-chic’ brief is a non-negotiable. ...
Pure-pop cornball bangers, '90s throwback anthems and more odes to Loneliness™ that at full-volume feel almost as good as actual human contact.
We find out how the Sydney-based stylist is staying happy, healthy and informed during her self-isolation. (It involves plenty of cooking and living room pilates.)
In these strange and horny times, it's important to take care of yourself. This playlist has been lovingly curated to bring you solace and sensuality during your self-isolation.
Nipples are criminally underserved in the bedroom (or your location of choice). Here's how to change that.
We asked a handful of our favourite women to weigh in on what Valentine's Day – and love writ large – means to them. Their answers confirmed that there are...
"Use the G-spot vibrator completely curved so that its thick and syrupy vibrations can be felt internally and externally at once."
If the medium is the message, what does social media say about our relationships?
We asked two couples, from opposite ends of the tech-competency spectrum, to review the We-Vibe. Follow their journey into heightened pleasure here...
What could be better than the gift of self pleasure?
"In life, I'm most curious about seeing myself and my loved ones never stop evolving."
Enthusiastic consent is non-negotiable. It’s also the foundation of a sex life that’s joyful, willing and hot.
"Dame’s addition to the vibrator canon is punchy as all get-out."
"Happiness should be used as a compass in life: you might not always be on the direct path, but it’s a good indicator that you're not far off."
"It’s certainly a different feeling for a clitoral vibe—one that delicate types will appreciate, but that still ramps up when you’re craving more."
"Like introducing two pets to one another—one being the Tango and other being my boyfriend—I wanted to make sure each felt included in the process...
"If you are confident in yourself and proud of who you are, then you are respecting yourself by being the person you wish to show the world."
"Be compassionate always. If you live by this you'll be able to do what’s right for the planet and for people first and foremost."
What does sex positivity mean in practice? It’s a cobweb of a question, so Par Femme writer Tabitha Laffernis unravels one sticky strand at a time.
"We’ve all had to work out some kinks in the bedroom—and I’m not talking about the good kind. One way to find inspiration? Look to the stars."
"I’m not usually one for bells and whistles, but Moxie is showing me a real good time. The petite toy sits flush against your lady parts, with powerful magnets...
"Communication is the absolute foundation of maintaining a happy and healthy sex life, especially when in relationships."
"The silky pink vibrator entered my life just as I was coming to terms with the underwhelming reality of men who do not prioritise your pleasure."