The UK has an amazing pride events calendar. Those who aren’t sure exactly what pride is:
Gay pride or LGBT pride is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people to promote their self-affirmation, dignity, equality rights, increase their visibility as a social group, build community, and celebrate sexual diversity and gender variance.
Pride is usually celebrated during the month of June. However, with such a large movement worldwide, there just isn’t enough days in June to capture all the events, and in reality; Pride should be celebrated all year round.
As we are already half way through June, we have selected just a few that are worth looking in 2018 and that take place outside of Pride Month:
- 7 July: London Pride
- 21 July: Isle of Wight Pride
- 3–5 Aug: Brighton & Hove Pride
- 24 Aug: Manchester Pride
- 1 Sept: Leicester Pride
To celebrate Pride, each year Tenga designs a truly stunning cup housed around the Original Vacuum Onacup, which makes a truly wonderfully colourful gift for anyone with a penis whether straight, gay, bi…you get the point…
The Original Vacuum Onacup was one of the first Tenga Cups and comes equipped with a valve to control the internal pressure of the unit when inserted. A vacuum-like atmosphere can be created, which creates suction on the penis.
Let’s take a more detailed look at the Pride Onacup. The intricate detail inside the Onacup is designed to feel amazing when used. Some say it compares to oral sex, however, it feels like… well it’s indescribably awesome!
A Bit About What Tenga Are Doing
TENGA, an internationally renowned Japanese brand of sexual health products, is always at the fore of beautiful design and engineering when it comes to delivering their huge range of sex toys — for both men and women.
The team at Tenga have been carrying out various research studies into the health benefits of masturbation, and they all report amazing things, so you should do more of it…
What we’re trying to conquer now is the taboo behind sex toys. Many see them as seedy and wrong, and something only perverted lonely single people use. We want to abolish this view and prove that not only is it more fun to introduce sex toys in the bedroom for couples, but also brings you closer together.
Stay tuned for more interesting stuff coming soon.