London Dungeon releases its very own lube as part of an essential sex kit, yes really

The London Dungeon has teamed up with Brook to release a sex kit for Sexual Health Week.

To mark Sexual Health Week the London Dungeon has created its very own lube.

The popular UK attraction has teamed up with sexual health charity Brook to release an essential sex kit to help educate young people on the importance of sexual health.

The free ‘Sex-entials’ kit, which comes in a box that reads: “Don’t go back to the dark ages with your sexual health”, features three items.

The kit includes ‘Wankerchiefs’, a box of handy tissues to keep by your bedside for any post sex clean up that are covered in educational information, like how to spot an STI.

It also includes a bottle of ‘Victorian Knob Butter’ lube that reminds you to “strap up your sword before going into battle” to avoid STIs as well as London Dungeon-branded condoms.

The kit features Knob Butter lube and London Dungeon-branded condoms.

The kit features Knob Butter lube and London Dungeon-branded condoms.

The limited-edition kits are free to those aged 16-25 who are visiting the London Dungeon and you can find out more on the official website at and their social media channels.

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This week (10-16 October) is Sexual Health Week and the Brook wants to “amplify the voices of those who face access barriers and shine a light on the important work that Brook, partners and sector experts are doing to address health inequalities”.


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It marks the second year that London Dungeon and Brook have collaborated using humour and history to encourage people to learn from the mistakes and misinformation of the past.

They also hope that it helps “break down barriers when it comes to talking about sexual health and people get tested and practice safe sex”.

The Brook said: “Everyone should be able to access sexual health and wellbeing services in ways that best suit them. The reality is that too many people face barriers when it comes to finding evidence based, inclusive and non-judgmental support.”

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