Allie Haze is the coolest, most down-to-earth person ever, and she’s also a really hot bisexual porn star. When it comes to squirting, Allie gets into the internal orgasms (aka the G-spot) and how you need to get over your fears around what comes out of a woman during female ejaculation. Let’s be real, if you have a killer orgasm, who cares what happens?
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non-binary blog sex with emilyWhether you’re a member of the queer community or a straight ally, it’s not always easy to keep up with all the terms and identities that make up the beautiful and colorful LGTBQIA2S+ world.

Heck, it’s hard to even remember all the letters (and numbers and symbols) that go into the growing acronym. (For the record it stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Two-Spirit, and anything else.)

Educating yourself is the first step to using more affirming language, and helping people feel safe and supported in their identity.   Continue Reading

single dad blog sex with emilyFather’s Day is here! From bio-dads and stepfathers, to sugar daddies and daddy doms alike, it’s time to celebrate all the fatherly figures we love – and how they can get the love they deserve as well. And in this blog, we’re focusing on all the single dads out there.

Being a dad on your own has a unique set of challenges. Between diaper changes, packing lunches and first dances, a single dad’s love life can fall by the wayside. 

But fear not, fathers, there is a way to do it right! With a grounded outlook, great communication and willingness to army crawl your way through any muddy obstacles that arise, single dads can show the dating world that they are some of the greatest fish in the sea. 

So whether you’re one yourself, or in the dating market for one, here are our hot tips on how to make it the most of dating as a single dad.  

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summer dating blog sex with emilyIt’s June 20th, and summer is officially here! Right now, you’re probably itching to get outside and have some fun. If you’re dating, Coronavirus has changed the game in ways we couldn’t have imagined at the start of the year.

But hey – let’s roll with it, shall we? As the weather gets warmer, and quarantine keeps us spatially (notice I didn’t say “socially”) distant, the great outdoors can become our dating platform. Since we’ve been cooped up during quarantine, the outdoors is beckoning us.

Whether you are single or in a relationship, keep reading for some fun ideas for outdoor summer dates!

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asexuality blog sex with emilyIt is clear that our society’s view of sex has evolved over the years. One aspect of sexuality is something you might not think about is Asexuality.

The definition of asexuality is “the quality or characteristic of having no sexual feelings or desires.” While this is just one dictionary definition, there are many nuances to the term that should be explored. As we celebrate Pride month, our focus is on the LGBTQ+ community. All parts of the spectrum of sexuality should be honored and respected.  That includes Asexuality.

In this blog, we’ll at demystify the idea of asexuality, and find out why it’s important to celebrate aces during pride.

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pride month medley blog sex with emilyWith another June upon us comes our annual celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community.

We may have lost track of what day it is, but Pride Month has officially landed! This year’s festivities won’t feature as many parades, parties and travel plans as usual. However, that doesn’t take anything away from the spirit of the queer community’s ongoing fight for equality.  

To help ring in the occasion right, here’s a mix of some great Pride-themed blogs and podcasts.

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men's health blog sex with emilyHappy Men’s Health Week, America! As we move through this time in our history with COVID and the BLM movement, it’s important now more than ever to take care of our mental and emotional health. The point of view of men sometimes have about their health is sometimes a negative one. It can lead us to being averse to taking care of our health – Society tells us to be tough, don’t show pain, push through the weakness, if you need help, that means you’re weak. 

Studies have shown that men are less likely to seek professional help when injured or when they’re in a mentally unhealthy place, and are more likely to die of loneliness. But there are plenty of things you can do to stay on top of your overall health and well-being! Here are some simple ways that you can start to keep track of your own health.

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