On today’s show, Emily is joined by guest co-host Joanna Angel and they’re tackling all your sex, love and relationship questions!
Live from this year’s Sexual Health Expo in New York, Emily is talking with Stephanie from We-Vibe about their sexy Dreamy Desire collection, featuring some of Emily’s favorite toys for couples use and self-play!
I have always been a curious person, even as a young boy. Like most children, I couldn’t evaluate the danger of my surroundings. I would cuddle with dogs twice my size, grab spiders like they were toys and swim into the deep-end of the pool like I was Michael Phelps. It was my fascination with the unknown that led me into the arms of another man—as well as to my current position at Sex With Emily. Continue Reading
I’m not with a partner at the moment but I masturbate regularly. I know how to make myself have an orgasm and after I do, I feel satisfied, but I want to go again. Trouble is, I have to take a break for about ten minutes because otherwise it will take me a very long time to orgasm again and I usually give up before then. I’ve always wanted to be able to have multiple orgasms (within a minute or two of each other) but I’ve never been able to. My question is, is there any way to train yourself to have multiple orgasms?”
Despite the recent rise in Box Office popularity, there are a still lot of misconceptions out there about BDSM. In the media, it’s often portrayed as high-risk and those who practice it are viewed as disturbed, troubled or damaged in some way (Think Christian Grey screaming “I’m 50 shades of fucked up” and you’ll get the picture). Not so long ago, participation in fetishism and sadomasochism was actually considered a mental disorder by health professionals. Continue Reading
It’s one thing to talk about taking the “freak” out of freaky sex. We can understand the importance of embracing all forms of sexual exploration and expression. We can take a look at our own fantasies and even work on feeling comfortable expressing them. But just like many of the lessons we learn in life, from Reaganomics to Trigonometry, some theories just aren’t as easy to put into practice.
We all want to believe that we will be cool when someone we’re being intimate with makes a unprecedentedly kinky request. We want to think that we’ll react gracefully, that we will go into it with an open mind and come away with a better understanding of human sexuality as a whole. That’s exactly what happened for one mystery woman—let’s call her Jane—when her golden rule “Try everything once” led her into her first ever golden shower experience…