Let’s get down to business… of getting busy! On today’s show, Emily is taking your calls and getting to the route of your sex and relationship issues to help you get back to the sex life you deserve!
Some people like it rough – and there’s nothing wrong with that! When it comes to porn though, rough sex is something we often feel conflicted about. We enjoy it, but did the performers enjoy making it? Is it okay to like something that looks different from what’s stereotypically “normal?”
With all the trials and tribulations of life, just getting away for the weekend is hard enough. But a vacation is the perfect opportunity to explore your sex life with your partner!
While role play might not be your style, imagine how sexy it would be to pretend your partner is just a sexy stranger at the bar you’ve set your eyes on. You can create a new persona, dip into your inner sex vixen, and have sex like it’s the very first time between the two of you.
Sex Coach Pam Costa shares her first dabble in sexy role play in her Down to There blog…
In the romantic comedy Friends with Benefits, Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake make the proverbial “Friends with Benefits” (FWB) relationship look easy. What’s not to like about having no-strings-attached sex with someone who you respect, trust, and who makes you feel safe? And they have the added bonus of their “casual sex” arrangement resulting in true love. Well, I’m here to offer you an anecdote from my life, which happens not to mesh with the Hollywood version of FWB. After losing a friend and confidante to casual sex, I have gained insight on what NOT to do when navigating a “friends with benefits” relationship.
How I went from the “Cool Girl” to the Crazy Bitch Crying Alone in a Bathroom Stall.
Seeing someone talk so openly about sex and their intimate lives leads you to believe they have it all figured out. All their problems have been solved, and they’re done asking questions.
In reality, not even these incredibly open people will reach a point of having all the answers. But talking about your journey can help others see that they’re not alone– and neither are you!
Sex Coach Pam Costa shares how even those that seem to have it altogether still have room to grow in her Down to There blog…
Q: Dear Emily:
I’m a gay woman who can’t really get off from vaginal penetration, but I like anal penetration. Some partners might have been surprised, but most have being willing to penetrate me anally.
Now I’m dating a new woman who’s nine years older than me, and she’s having a hard time wrapping her mind around my request. She says she doesn’t want to do it because she doesn’t want to hurt me, but I keep telling her I’ve already done it and can walk her through it.
I’d hate for this to be the end of our relationship. Can I do anything to reassure her that I’ll be OK and even enjoy it?