This classic episode of Sex With Emily is all about breakups. Emily welcomes licensed therapist and author Dr. Rachel Sussman who wrote the book on getting over break ups – No seriously, she wrote a comprehensive guide to ending relationships called The Breakup Bible! Emily and Rachel get into the nitty and gritty of breaking up, plus how to deal with it the RIGHT way and how not to deal with it the WRONG way.
On this week’s Sex With Emily podcast, Emily welcomes New York native, sex & relationship therapist, author, and television personality Dr. Chris Donaghue to discuss some common questions in sexuality and intimacy. Is it okay to be a little extra kinky? What is normal (sexually speaking)? Together, they go in depth about our sociosexual obsession with being “normal,” and brief us on the importance of sexual deprogramming. Dr. Chris talks about his new book Sex Outside The Lines and how he got into sex therapy, not to mention his TURN ONS and TURN OFFS.Read More» Posted by Sex With Emily | 0 comments
In this classic throwback episode of Sex With Emily from 2012, Emily and Menace address birth control and penis mischief in the news, answer emails from a few girls with orgasm issues, and tackle some cheating statistics. But first, Emily recaps her experience at San Francisco’s sprawling music festival, Outside Lands. She shares stories ranging from sneaky makeout sessions, to festival food, to the frantic curbside search for her missing cellphone.
On this show, Emily welcomes guest comedian and reality TV personality Danielle Stewart! Together they discuss past relationships, hookups, blowjobs, and Danielle’s recent hosting gig on the relationship-focused show Sex Box. Emily answers emails about online dating, how to treat women, and the importance of sexual compatibility.
Tonight’s episode answers the question on many monogamous couples’ minds: How can we spice up our sex life? With the help of Anderson and her assistant Madison, Emily gives tips on how to get adventurous and try new things with your partner, from new sex positions to switching up locations to the lost art of phone sex.
In this show, Emily and Menace are here to answer of all your sex and relationship questions! Today’s email topics include problems with porn, friend with benefits, mutual masturbation and a case of premature (ejaculation) escalation. Plus, Emily shares some free swingin’ sex in the news and drops some serious vagina knowledge that you NEED to know.
On today’s show, Emily is getting into your deepest, darkest sex and relationship questions. Is doggie style to blame for your condoms breaking? Does a big penis plus a petite partner equal a major deal breaker? Can you make a relationship work if there’s no clear future? And what disgusting act do you have to worry about if you work in Minnesota? Emily has the answers, and so much more.
Today’s podcast covers two things everyone loves talking about: penis problems and crazy sex laws! Emily and Menace tell you what scandalous sex acts will get you arrested (or worse) around the world, including a few that are pretty close to home, and discuss some trending penis news. They also tackle a few of your emails on paying for dates, coming clean about faking orgasms and, you guessed it, penis size.
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This week, we’re changing everything you know about the female orgasm. Emily is joined by Nicole Daedone, author of Slow Sex: The Art and Craft of the Female Orgasm and CEO of One Taste. This lovely lady has made your pleasure HER business, and in this show, she is ready to share her orgasmic knowledge! From the secret to the perfect stroke to the magical art of OM, this show will teach women how to unlock new realms of pleasure and teach their partners how to be the guy who brings home the orgasms.
Did you miss your chance to celebrate Steak & BJ Day the right way? Consider this show your own personal blow job workshop! Emily shares some of her best tips for going down, including some juicy oral sex tricks you’re not trying but totally should be, and answers a couple of your emails on sex and relationships (and sexless relationships).