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The story itself is very familiar: Girl meets boy, they fall in love, get married and start a family. Then one day, they realize that their sex life is no longer the stuff of fairytales (or steamy romance novels, as the case may be).
Somewhere between building a life, building careers and building a beautiful family, sex somehow falls by the wayside. This becomes even more difficult when one partner’s sex drive remains steady while the others drops to a slow drizzle. What is a couple to do when sex becomes the biggest issue in an otherwise picture perfect partnership?

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when-to-sext-w724To sext or not to sext? That is the question… At least, it used to be. These days, it seems like everyone has a naughty text or two stored in their inbox and according to recent research, this assumption is not far off. One 2015 study in particular surveyed 870 Americans, 88% of whom admitted to sexting at least once in their life. And these weren’t just millennials!

With the rise in dating apps and social media, it’s no surprise that sexting has become a pivotal part of the mating process. When done correctly, sexting can be seen as the modern-day equivalent of a steamy love letter, minus the debilitating hand cramp (Unless of course… Well, you know!) But send the wrong sext to the wrong person and you’ll be forever saved in their mind as awkward, offensive or downright skeezy.

So how do you know if your sexually explicit message will be received with a sizzle or returned with a restraining order? The success of any sext comes down to two important factors: content and context. What are you sexting? Why are you sexting it? And who are you sending sexually explicit messages to? Continue Reading

10-reasons-why-dating-a-coworker-is-bad (1)Can Dating Your Coworker Actually Work?

Hello Emily,

I have really been getting into this girl at work. We keep it professional, but we also find time and ways to flirt and joke around. I’ve noticed though that she also jokes around with a couple other guys in the office, so I am not sure if she is into me or just flirty. What is the best way to approach asking out a girl that you work with? If it turns out she isn’t into me, work will become really awkward and I’m sure gossip and rumors will start. I don’t want to miss out on a chance to take her on a date, but only if she is interested.

Freddy

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696e5caaa5a2cd4c9617641a61ac62c7Happy 4th of July weekend, everybody!

How time flies… It seems like just yesterday, I was advising you on how to sex up the most popular couples’ holiday of the year (thank god Valentine’s Day has passed, am I right?)

Now we have reached another important landmark, but this one has an entirely new twist. Because instead of lighting off bottle rockets at BBQ’s to commemorate yet another couple-heavy holiday, we are instead celebrating the anniversary of a historical UNcoupling. Continue Reading


Did your high school sex ed class leave a lot to be desired? Good news: Even though Adult Sex Ed Month is coming to an end, it’s never too late to pick up where your freshman health teacher left off!

Head over to the Sex With Emily Instagram NOW and leave a comment telling me what you wish you learned in high school sex ed for a chance to win a smart and sexy Mystic Wand vibrator by Vibratex. Can’t wait to hear from you…

 

best-orgasms-casual-or-committed-relationshipDear Emily,

About 5 years ago, I had a casual sex relationship with a man and it was the best sex I’ve ever had. We went on a few dates, but there was no intellectual connection. Fast forward to now: I broke up with my boyfriend about a month and a half ago and recently texted my old booty-call asking if he is single. Now, I know we don’t have a connection, we will never have a relationship and we’ve both said we’re over the casual sex thing. However, I haven’t been physically satisfied for over five years with anyone except for him.

So my question is: what are the rules here? Will I be using him if I just want sex? I know he probably wouldn’t have a problem with it, but if we are both trying to find something “real”, is this all a waste of time?

Much Love,
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