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Think all women hate anal sex? Think again!

In this Best Of podcast, Emily is joined by LadyFreaks Jennifer Bartels and Grace Parra, SWE alumni Laurie, and her good friend Kim to talk all things sex: from ball handling to sex toys to pubic grooming—and, of course, the nitty gritty of anal play. Want to know how women REALLY feel about it? They’ve got your answer… And then some!

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Processed with VSCO with e7 presetToday’s show is all about YOU.. Because seriously, you’re awesome.

Are you ready to start exploring your fantasies? Wondering how to help your partner warm up to porn? And is it actually possible to have no-strings-attached sex with an ex? Emily helps callers get to the bottom of their love and sex dilemmas, and also shares “new” findings that could help crack the code on the female orgasm. Here’s a hint: Just go down on her already! 

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It used to be common knowledge that the sun revolved around the Earth, but thanks to science, we’ve learned how wrong that idea was.

A more common idea in today’s age is that men and women should take the same amount of time to orgasm. Sorry ladies and gents, but just like the sun doesn’t revolve around the Earth, science has shown us that men orgasm a lot quicker than women. The cool thing about science, though? You can always beat it… With more science!  Continue Reading

outwiththeold (1)I used to think that the phrase “Less is more” was a lie we told kids so they wouldn’t overdo it on the whipped cream, or sunscreen—basically anything that kids can get their hands on. Then I got older and started accumulating stuff, both literal and metaphorical. Suddenly the idea of “less” seemed a lot more attractive….

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alone-girl-photography-favim-com-255027I arrived at Middlebury College with a feather in my hair and an appetite for adventure.  The tiny liberal arts campus nested in the Green Mountains beckoned me like a hippie commune.   No Greek life, no hazing.  Only love, drugs, and progressive conversations around gender and sexuality. 

Or so I thought.

Like so many incoming Freshman, I could not wait to explore my sexuality.  My first semester, I was like a kid in a candy shop. So many beautiful men—sculpted, tall, wielding lacrosse sticks or squash rackets—all up for grabs. I would wake up on Sunday mornings with the stale taste of Tequila on my tongue and a new story to share at brunch with the girls.

My love life was a delicious mess, the electric background noise to my academic endeavors and friendships. It motivated me to do my homework (going to the library is so much more fun with the possibility of running into your crush) and provided good fodder for journal entries. But the dark underbelly of Middlebury hookup culture was always there, slowly but surely wearing away at my self-esteem.   Continue Reading

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