On today’s show, Emily is joined by comedian, podcaster, and actor Jay Mohr and the two get real about sex and relationships, with some funny on the side.
Sex toys and pleasure products still remain a controversial topic. Some people are completely turned off and intimidated by the idea because they think using such technology is unnatural or somehow a criticism on their own skills in the bedroom.
Others are totally in favor of anything sex toy related. So much so, they don’t even see using a Magic Wand during sex as kinky.
It’s no secret that sex drives and desire ebb and flow throughout our lifetime – sometimes it’s up and sometimes it’s down.
Other times, we think it’s down, when really, we didn’t realize what drove our desire in the first place. Maybe it was there all along and we didn’t know it.
Sex Coach Pam Costa shares how she realized her desire in her Down to There blog…
Q: DEAR EMILY,
I’m very educated about sexual health and open-minded sexually, but I have a hard time accepting my boyfriend’s porn habit. We have a great sex life and try new things, but he still watches porn. I can’t help wondering…aren’t I enough?I’ve seen porn before, and I know most guys watch it, but I can’t help feeling a little insecure. Is he comparing me to these women? Is that how he wants me to act? It isn’t fair for me to ask him to stop, so how can I get used to it?Please help!
Janine, 27, Iowa
Whether you’re aware of it or not, stress can be either a trick or a treat in your body’s environment. It can be useful and detrimental to our survival.
I want to pose this article under a controversial premise. Stress is a healthy body response tailored to our survival.
Prolonged stress in the body is toxic, and a choice the majority of us entertain for far too long.