#IWD21: Maryam Paruk set up a small business to recognise Ireland’s cultural diversity

Dominique McMullan

Lynn Enright: ‘With spring’s arrival, I’m finally ready to go back to real clothes’

Lynn Enright

Is marketplace feminism stealing the limelight from real female-driven issues?

Amanda Cassidy

Women-led charities and social enterprises to support this IWD and beyond

Amanda Kavanagh

‘The industry is on its knees’: Wedding planners call for more clarity and support from...

Jennifer McShane

#IWD21: Therese Wright’s wellness doll takes children’s worries

Dominique McMullan

IWD: 8 Irish women in the beauty business on what their biggest failure taught them

Holly O'Neill

#IWD21: Sharon Keilthy is on a mission to promote sustainable play

Eoin Higgins

5 essential supports for female entrepreneurs in Ireland

Erin Lindsay

Image / Living / Culture
premium
LIVING

Lynn Enright: This test is redefining female pleasure in film and TV (and Bridgerton passes)


Available On Premium
by Lynn Enright
01.02.21

Read time: 6 mins

Lynn Enright wonders if 'The Clit Test' has the potential to change the kind of sex we see onscreen, and maybe even the kind of sex we have

In 2021, most people’s sex lives are bad. This isn’t just what I think. This isn’t just a case of me jumping to a conclusion based on personal experience. This is what various experts, as well the data, are telling us. Across the world, people are having less sex whether they’re in a relationship or not, as libido-crushing stress and general gloom coincide with a lack of opportunity. The baby boom that was joked about...

You have reached a premium article.

For unlimited digital access to the stories worth paying for, subscribe now to Image for €5.50 a month
Subscribe