ReFlex and Lovehoney: Questions about Sex is a conversation card game designed to make anyone and everyone feel empowered to start the dialogue around sex. After all the hardest part of talking about it, is starting it.
We're on a mission with global sexual wellness brand, Lovehoney, to encourage Australians to open up conversations about sex and wellness by creating the purpose-driven card game, ReFlex x Lovehoney: Questions about Sex.
The game is fun, unique, inclusive and designed to trigger open conversations, helping people improve their relationship with sex and intimacy.
The pack includes 50 question cards with their own thought provoking question, such as “What was the first sex talk you received?” “What’s your favourite thing about sex?” “What makes you confident about your sexual identity?” and many more. They are created for you to get super down, dirty and real on what sex means to you; encouraging critical thinking, introspection, and self-reflection. Themes include sex, self-pleasure, trends, wellness, toys and power.
So who is this game for?
Well, everyone (over the age of 18 of course!). Literally all consenting ages, and all sexual orientations. Have you ever wanted to develop a more open minded attitude towards sex? Are you sexually fulfilled, but want to take your sex life to the next level? Or perhaps you are not sexually satisfied and want to uncover why? Has traditional sex education failed you and you finally want to learn how to comfortably talk about sex? This game is for all of you.
Be shameless and unlock your ability to get candid on what sex means to.Figure out what you really think about sex, the sex industry and self-pleasure.
Played by yourself, it’s a self-developmental exploration offering prompts to ask yourself questions you may not have thought of before. Played with a sexual partner or even friends, it opens up the conversation to understand other people better and vice versa, encouraging mind blowing sex with the necessary components of consent, communication and honesty.
ReFlex Sex is now the 3rd full size card game in the ReFlex Series, born from the Flex Factory community;
"I made ReFlex Sex because our audience lovingly badgered me to do it. They said they wanted to take the critical thinking skills they had learned playing our other games and use it in an area that they needed to see improvement in." says Lillian 'FlexMami' Ahenkan.
"The impacts of not talking about sex are beyond detrimental. The sooner we normalise the simple conversation around body parts, mutual pleasure and consent, the better. We invite people to have more complex discussion about sexual identity, kinks rooted in trauma and the role sex plays in our personal lives.
This game is for people who have sex and people who want to have sex. Not just any sex, consensual, communicative, honest, open and affirming sex,” Flex Mami adds.
Lovehoney’s Director and Head of Operations, Rob Godwin, says: “As the global leader in sexual happiness, we’re on a mission to get more Aussies opening up about sex and enjoying a fun and fulfilling sex life. Through this amazing collaboration & partnership with Flex Factory, we hope to encourage all adults to remove the taboo and shame around talking about sex. We’re excited to give this sex positive card game a platform to reach many adults who struggle to know where to start when exploring their sexuality.”
WHY DO YOU NEED THIS GAME?
- Improving your sexual experience starts with knowing what you want, why you want it, and how it impacts your livelihood
- We all need to be more accountable for the quality of sex we're having, but also we need to ensure the conversation around it is nuanced and progressive
- The sex industry has really misled and misinformed us about too much. It's time to set the record straight on your own terms.
- If you're interested, cautious, aroused or disgusted by sex, this game is for you.
Created with all genders, non-genders, and sexual preferences in mind, ReFlex Sex puts inclusivity of language, sexual identities and experiences at the forefront of the experience.
"I'm honestly gobsmacked and frustrated that at literally every single turn, we are inundated with sex-centric content, but yet too many of us don't feel empowered enough to have honest, raw, funny, deep and nuanced conversations about it on our own." say Ahenkan.