Don’t you just love the flavors of fall? The addictive sweetness of Candy Corn. The ubiquitous pumpkin spice. Mmm.. or the delicious taste of blowjobs. Now, who doesn’t want to get their mouth on some goodness this season?
You may be thinking, “But D tastes great all year round!”
We are deep into Pisces season, so expect to have a lot of emotions this month. Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac, which means this a great time to turn inwards with meditation, do some reflective journaling, or just lie in bed watching Friends re-runs.
So rock out to some Nina Simone or Rihanna (both are emotive Pisces Queens) and feel your feeling this month, and use my monthly Sex-O-Scope to harness the astrological influences for your sexual benefit!
There are certain times in life where shorter is always better, like taking a trip to the DMV. But when it comes to the bedroom, we’re here to help you last as long as you need to.
If there’s one thing most people are dying to know, it’s how “normal” they are compared to everyone else. But we know the average post-foreplay romp lasts between 7 and 9 minutes. Which is great for the guys who typically only need about five minutes to get to the finish line, but sometimes it can be nice to have the option to last even longer. While the orgasm gap is alive and well, there’s nothing to fear. So, after sliding a few of these sexy yet simple tricks up your sleeve, you, too, can uncover the secret of longer, more satisfying sex!
Move over, Ghostbusters– the Sex with Emily team is here to bust something way scarier: sex myths! There are often a ton of misconceptions around sex, sometimes due to poor portrayals of sexuality on TV, questionable sex education in schools, and even misinformation from friends and peers.
But if these myths don’t get cleared up, they can have a lasting negative impact. Thankfully, that’s why we’re here. Now let’s get started by breaking down the four most common myths
In this special Valentine’s Day episode of Women of Impact with Lisa Bilyeu, Emily Morse get real about relationships. Steph Purpura spent her childhood feeling worthless but as an adult she’s found herself and put in the work to live an amazing life. With her husband she runs a company called Powerful-U.
Emily Morse, also known as Sex with Emily, has a doctorate in human sexuality. She is a sex and relationship expert with one of the top relationship podcasts in the world.