April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, though I wish it were every day of the year. Self-care after sexual assault is crucial, but can feel challenging.
Trying to find your soulmate through online dating is hard, but finding your sex toy soulmate doesn’t have to be. Stop swiping around and settling for less than you deserve, and settle down with your perfect sex toy bae.
Crawling out of hibernation and soaking in the delightful vitamin D, it’s that time of year we finally say hello to spring! And all the first-of-the-year duties that come along with it.Continue Reading
Even the juiciest, most exciting sex lives can get a little stale every now and then. The same positions, the same toys, the same dirty talk… it can become a routine, and most people don’t find routine too sexy.
Q: “Dear Emily,
In many of your Podcasts, I’ve heard you talk about “Jackhammer Sex”, and how men should stop doing it immediately. After hearing it for the third or fourth time, I realized something. My partner is guilty of the Jackhammer, too! I thought it was totally normal to have sex this way, and didn’t really mind it, but now I’m wondering.. If not the jackhammer, then what? What are some alternatives to Jackhammer sex?
Good news if you’re sick of crying all the time, Pisces season and Mercury Retrograde are both finally over, and my Sex-o-Scopes are here!
Sex and play are a natural combination. The more playfulness you can bring to the sex you are having, the better. Not only because it makes sex better, but also because studies show that play enhances overall emotional well-being.
As the sex therapist and bestselling author, Dr. Mike Dow said, “Sex is the way that adults play.”
So let’s get playing…
Sex at any age can be a minefield to navigate, but when your hormone levels change drastically, it can be even more challenging. Today we are exploring sex after menopause, so you can live your best sex life at any age.
Relationship insecurities are both extremely common… and potentially hurtful and damaging.
They can corrode the joyfulness of an otherwise healthy relationship, inhibit you from feeling present, and decrease sexual satisfaction.
Spring is in the air…which means it’s that time of year we kiss the sweater weather and lack of allergies goodbye, and usher in all the flirty feels of the new season at last.
While we know fun in the sun is always on tap, the rise in temperatures often means a boost in libido as well. But really, who can blame us?! Continue Reading