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60 cards to prompt us to share our intimate desires.


The joys of physical intimacy are often celebrated, but the beauty of open and honest communication about sex is often overlooked. Exploring our desires, fantasies, and longings can deepen our understanding of ourselves and our relationships.


Explore the pleasures of talking about sex with Pillow Talk Cards from The School of Life: what feels nice, what we like to daydream about, what we long for, where our fantasies have come from.


There is scarcely anything more interesting. Yet too often these conversations are difficult to initiate, and we may feel as if we should already have all the answers. The truth is, talking about sex is a valuable and ongoing process, one that should be approached with care, patience, and an open mind. Maybe we don’t know where to start, or we think we should know it all by now. Perhaps some aspects of sex feel tricky, or there is simply not enough time to get around to talking about it. 


This pack of cards is designed to spark the best kind of pillow talk: the sort where we explore sex with intimacy, playfulness and intellectual curiosity. Here are sixty questions to provoke some of the best conversations possible, guaranteed to leave us with a new sense of liberation and closeness.


Example Pillow Talk Prompts:


  • ‘What kind of power dynamics excite you?’
  • ‘Something I’m really inhibited about is…’
  • ‘Is the problem with infidelity that it hurts the other person, or is it bad in itself?’
  • ‘In what way do you feel ashamed or guilty around sex?’
  • ‘What slightly unusual location would you want to have sex in? Why do you think it excites you?’
  • ‘In order to get me more in the mood for sex, it would help if…’
  • ‘What part of your body do you worry might put a lover off?’


60 pillow talk cards in a gift box | 100 x 80 x 32mm | Contains adult content


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