At the heart of a thriving sex life is a healthy body and mind. And while that does go for everyone, there are some major plights and topics that come with the territory of women, specifically.
When it comes to you and your body, there’s no question you two have been through a lot. But for as complicated as the world of wellness can sometimes start to feel, the good news is it all starts with one simple step: being informed!
After all, top-notch health is something we can (and should!) rock at every age, so let’s kickstart the path to vivacious vitality with some help from these women’s health-focused blogs and podcasts. Continue Reading
No one plans to encounter illness. It’s very common for the healthiest relationships to ebb and flow with the highs and lows of life.
But for some couples, getting struck with a sudden and unexpected illness results in challenges you simply can’t prepare for, and it can leave both partners feeling powerless and resentful taking a toll on your connection.
New Years Eve is a time of renewal, reflection, and getting litty as hell with your closest friends.
It’s one of the biggest partying events of the year, which means that it’s also one of the biggest nights for petty crime.
Whether you’re going to a rave, a house party, or just getting a glass of champagne to ring in the new year at your local bar, we’ve got some advice to keep you safe and start the new year right.
I was in my 20s. I had no insurance and not a prayer of a relationship on the horizon. Then I got a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) at my yearly check up at Planned Parenthood.
I was nervous when I asked what this meant and what I could do about it.
New parents, congratulations! Your dream has come true and you’re holding the baby of your dreams. But has the miracle of childbirth taken a miserable toll on your intimate relationship with your partner? You’re not alone.
Most people experience fear and anxiety when it comes to getting the ball rolling again in the bedroom department. Some lose interest completely, while others want to return to the way things were before the baby bliss, only to discover they have to adjust to a new normal.
Are you newly pregnant, and worried about how things will be in the bedroom after the babe is born? Holding a newborn and can’t imagine anything going in where she just came out? Ready to romp but worried? Keep reading: We’ve got your quandaries covered. Continue Reading
Humans are complex. But it’s not our fault! Our bodies are a brew of complicated chemical messengers. These messengers are called hormones.
Hormones affect everything from our mental health to our skin’s appearance, metabolism, fertility, sleep habits to sex drive.
They come in complex combinations and fluctuate over the course of our lifetime.
Hormones play a huge role in your sexual health, especially when it comes to your libido. There will inevitably be hormonal highs and lows in your sex life. Let’s dive in. Continue Reading
We are at the dawn of a sexual revolution. Humans are releasing shame, giving ourselves permission to ask for our desires and owning the Erotic Beings that we are. One major deterrent of sexual pleasure that remains consistent in our culture is performance anxiety.
I get it, the pressure, expectations and obligations of “performing” can be quite overwhelming. But fear not, there are natural methods that can quell your anxiety. One of these is cannabis!
I’ve been hearing the term BDE (Or Big Dick Energy) floating around for a while now. I really like the vibe of it, but the specific definition…not so much.
The idea is that having a “big” dick makes you more confident, calm, and self-assured. But the notion of penis size equating to penis value is an outdated, inaccurate, and hurtful one. It also leaves vulva owners and intersex or genital non-conforming folks out of the fun.
So I propose my own version instead; Genital Confidence Energy or GCE!
In these busy modern times, we often feel inundated with health advice. While we all want to do what’s best for us, picking a wellness practice and sticking to it can be tricky.
As a listener of the podcast, you’ve probably heard Emily say “meditate, masturbate, manifest” more than once. I mean, she even put it on a vibrating necklace…pretty sexy stuff if you ask me. She’s passionate about those things for a reason; they are good for you!
So today I’m going to be teaching you about what each means. I’ll also show you how they benefit your sex life, and some tips for how to make them into a consistent habit. Ready? Let’s dive in.
Talking about sex can be pretty tricky business, even for adults talking to other adults about it.
But it gets even more challenging when you’re talking to your kids about sex.
Here are my top tips to maximize your success and lessen the awkwardness when talking to your kids about sex.
I’d like to preface this blog by saying this, you should, of course, do what works best for you and your family. This is just advice, and ultimately you know what’s best for your family.
Okay, ready to dive in?