On today’s show, we’re throwing things back to when sex-positive Suicide Girl, Moxi Cox, joined Emily to talk everything from sex toys to alternative relationships to kinking things up!
With the holidays soon upon us, it’s that annual time we reflect on all the things we’re thankful for. Family, friends, food, an excuse to finally get that nap in on the couch… But of course among these things is one of the greatest gifts of all—someone to share in the joys of companionship. And how hot that can really be!
Where would so many of us be without birth control? Starting a family long before we were ready? Terrified of sex before we met “the one,” which for some could result in 40-year-old virgin status? Or, would we be one of the few lucky ones who never misses a period?
Unfortunately for millions of women around the world, these situations are very real. They are never taught about “family planning” and contraception, they don’t have access to it, and for some, it’s too expensive.
Thankfully, there are people out there that understand birth control is something all women should be entitled to having. The people at Bedsider.org started a campaign called #THXBirthControl – designed to break down the archaic stigmas attached to contraception and help teens and young women find the right method for them.
Once you start having sex, after all your experiences, partners, and any mishaps that have probably happened along the way, you start to develop “moves” or a routine. You see what works for you, what may work for most of your partners, and you stick to that because, well, it’s what you know.
That’s a big reason why we do what we do here–– people are always looking to spice things up, change the game, perfect it. One of the best ways to do that is to open up the dialogue and see what others have to say, not just the experts.
Biting. Some people absolutely hate it, some completely love it. So much so, it’s pivotal to their sexual arousal. They even have a name for it: odaxelagina. It’s only right that the word be a mouthful.
Although, in its extreme cases, this fetish is normally associated with sadism, masochism, and vampire fetishes, Dr. Alfred Kinsey found that almost half of all people experience some type of sexual arousal from biting.
Work it, make it, do it, make us, harder, better, faster, stronger.
Although we rarely hear Daft Punk say much outside of their music, it’s clear they’re speaking our language in the ongoing quest for sexual prowess — pelvic prowess — to be exact.
With gyms, trainers, and health hacks galore, it seems “working out” can be found at any given corner.
So consider us pleased to know there’s a simple secret behind making our wildest pleasure — and fitness — filled dreams come true!
It all boils down to just three words: pelvic floor health.