Sort By:
Posts in Category

Sex in the News

When it comes to sexual surroundings, most encounters happen in the bedroom, or at least a room of some kind. Sometimes, though, we yearn for something a little more… dangerous, so to speak.

Why do you think so many people want to join the Mile High club?

I can tell you, it’s not for comfortability. It’s for the thrill!

Continue Reading

Here at Sex With Emily, our goal is to create a sex positive environment where no matter how you love or who you love, there’s a place for you to feel free and happy.
That’s why we are so excited to support this up and coming film “L: A Story of Genderfluidity” because it openly discusses what it means to be non-binary, and the importance of being an ally.  
Producer Max Landwirth and Story Consultant Addison Rose Vincent share what their film is about, the message, and why this story needs to be told.  

Continue Reading

sex failureMany have equated the act of having sex to the act of eating pizza: even if it’s not that good, it’s still pretty good. Being that sex and pizza are my two favorite things in this vice-filled world, I would like to call bullsh*t. While it can be difficult for pizza or sex to be completely disappointing, it definitely happens. 

Hopefully the amount of crazy, amazing sex you’re having outweighs the mediocre and unsatisfactory bouts, but it’s not going to be sunshine and rainbows every time. For those of us who have had a good amount of sexual excursions in their life, there has tobe at least one horror story you’d like to keep behind closed doors. No matter how bad the sex is, though, it can always be worse. Much, much worse.

Continue Reading

revenge-porn-phoneAhh, technology. It really is a wonder how far it’s come. We’ve gone from word of mouth, to written letters, to telegraphs, to phone calls, to texts, and finally instant messaging. With all of these new methods for speaking with each other, it makes sense that the way we have sex would adapt with it. No longer do you need to even be in the same room as someone to get off, thanks to the development of phone sex, sexting, Skype sex, and of course, the newfangled practice of sending nudes. Continue Reading

large-2Consent. A seemingly simple concept that, for many reasons, is largely misunderstood. How can something as easy as a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer be so misconstrued, so often? Contrary to popular belief, ignorance is not always bliss. You may think you know when there’s consent, but unless you’re 100 percent on the same page as your potential sexual partner, the actual act of sex with them remains strictly a possibility. Continue Reading

large-1For those of you who are least partially keen to the fact that great sex involves MORE than just sex, I congratulate you. You’re halfway there! Most of you are thinking, duh, foreplay, the backbone of any successful sexual bout.

However, there is another section of sex, one that is equally important, that even the most savvy of lovers are not privy to. It’s called afterplay, and it just might be the thing that your bedroom game is missing. Continue Reading

sex-art-indiaWhen we hear the word ‘kinky,’ we tend to let our minds fall deep into the gutter of the possibilities this word can bring to the bedroom. Getting intimate with someone considered to be on the kinkier side means you most likely won’t be having your run of the mill sexual experience.

Whether you’re aware of where you land on the scale or not, we all have our own level of kink. Maybe you’re into handcuffs, having sex in remote locations, or you like taking a literalness to playing with fire; the list goes on forever. And, why these particular additions or ideas make us unable to control our urges may be indescribable, a mystery even to yourself. But hey, whatever works, right? Continue Reading

(451)The most common question we receive here at Sex With Emily, in one form or another, is “How can I have better sex?” It’s an everlasting subject that spikes our curiosity because we all want to have the best sex possible. We’ve heard Emily say many a time that communication is lubrication—Yes, communicating your needs with a partner will totally get you where you need to go. But why stop there? Continue Reading

1 2 3 9 Page 1 of 9