About Dr. Emily Morse
Emily Morse is an author, Doctor of Human Sexuality, and host of the Sex with Emily podcast and Sirius XM radio show.
In 2005, Emily began the podcast Sex with Emily, and started approaching the topic of sex and relationships in a friendly, non-judgmental and open minded way.
In 2011, Emily wrote her first book, “Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight.” A year later, she began her successful four-year run as guest co-host on the famed Loveline Radio Show with Dr. Drew Pinsky. In 2012, Emily starred on Bravo’s popular series Miss Advised, which featured Emily’s radio show and adventures dating as a sexpert in San Francisco.
Emily holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan in psychology and political science, and attended the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. She has appeared as a guest expert on many radio and television shows, and been featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, and more.
She frequently contributes to major publications, such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, New York Magazine, Bustle, Ask Men, Elite Daily, Men’s Health and Harper’s Bazaar. Emily can be seen as a guest on TV programs like The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, E!, The Doctors, and networks including NBC, CBS, ABC, and HLN have turned to Emily to serve as their sex and relationship expert on a variety of segments and specials.
Today, the Sex with Emily podcast is downloaded more than one million times each month and continues to sit at the top of most major charts. The show is available on multiple platforms including iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify, and Soundcloud.
In November 2018, Sex with Emily launched on SiriusXM, and can be heard Monday through Friday on Stars, Channel 109, from 8pm-10pm EST or 5pm-7pm PST. As the only nationally available sex and relationship advice show on broadcast radio, Sex with Emily delivers Emily’s judgment-free insight to millions of listeners across North America.
Emily consistently aims to help singles and couples of all ages become more comfortable with themselves and their sexual wellness, because life is too short for bad sex.