Sexual independence is all about taking control of your own pleasure. There may be other people involved in the process, but when it comes down to it, your pleasure is your prerogative.
You may expect your partner to pick you up from the airport. You probably expect them to remember your birthday and to fix the shower curtain that they broke. Yet, I’m sorry to tell you, you can’t expect your partner to be responsible for your orgasms.
In movies and TV, sex usually looks like three or four thrusts followed by simultaneously orgasming. Of course, anyone that’s ever had sex knows that it usually takes a little bit more than that to really get sent over the edge. And while you may want your partner to whisk you away and do what they will with you, the truth is, when it comes to your orgasms, you’re the one in charge. Here’s how to take control of your own pleasure.
Dr. Emily always says there are so many different paths to pleasure. On this throwback podcast she helps you map out those paths with sexological bodyworker Dolly Josette! Dolly teaches you how to be in your body and really reconnect to your pleasure and sexual energy.
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On this Mashup of SiriusXM guests from this month, Dr. Emily addresses some of the most pressing issues today in relationships, men’s health and families.
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Happy Men’s Health Week, America! As we move through this time in our history with COVID and the BLM movement, it’s important now more than ever to take care of our mental and emotional health. The point of view of men sometimes have about their health is sometimes a negative one. It can lead us to being averse to taking care of our health – Society tells us to be tough, don’t show pain, push through the weakness, if you need help, that means you’re weak.
Studies have shown that men are less likely to seek professional help when injured or when they’re in a mentally unhealthy place, and are more likely to die of loneliness. But there are plenty of things you can do to stay on top of your overall health and well-being! Here are some simple ways that you can start to keep track of your own health.
Have you ever flicked the bean or polished the pole but barely limped to the finish line, or even quit the race halfway through? The truth is, not all masturbation is created equal. Luckily, the key to successful self-pleasure is totally in your hands. It all starts with getting into the right mindset.
Masturbation is as much a mental game as it is a physical one. So as we come to the close of Masturbation May, here are some tips to get your head in the right space for self-pleasure.
Recently, I was on a Zoom call for a class on vulnerability. The facilitator asked us what we are doing during this pandemic to improve an area of our lives. I realized that my answer was unique: I have been working on strengthening my pelvic floor.
You may not realize, but exercising your pelvic floor is something you can do for yourself during this stressful time. All genders benefit from strengthening this area, as it affects your health in a variety of ways.
A strong pelvic floor can help support female organs, as well as the bladder. It may help prevent UTIs – which can get in the way of pain-free sex. Even better, a strong pelvic floor may help support a better sex life, affording better orgasms and increased genital sensitivity.
If you have a penis, a stronger pelvic floor can help with better range of motion for thrusting, and allow you to ejaculate further and with more control! Woohoo!
Let’s get into two ways you can strengthen your pelvic floor.
Ahhhh, squirting. The holy grail of female pleasure. The myth, the legend, the bed sheets!
Now whether or not you’ve squirted, you might be a little confused as to what exactly it is. Is it pee? Is it ejaculate? Perhaps a little super soaker some pornstars hide in their vagina? Truth be told, as with many aspects of vaginal health, there’s a lot of conflicting information about this aquatic phenomenon.
Today we’re going to set the record straight with this comprehensive guide to squirting. So, put on something waterproof, because we’re about to get wet and wild!
When it comes to masturbation, the holy grail of the deed, for many, are the highly coveted multiple orgasms. Multiples are awesome, but unfortunately, they’re just for women… Right?Can men have multiples too? Are multiple orgasms for men just a myth? Is it possible to shoot your shot more than once at a time? Let’s investigate!
Ahhhh the clit. The holy grail of genitals. The mythical beast that everyone seems to be searching for like some erotic bullseye.
You might be the owner of a clit or a lover of them, or both. But you probably know the clit as the tiny little pleasure button at the top of the vagina.
BUT the clit isn’t just that little dippin’ dot that everyone seems to have such a hard time finding. The clit is a multifaceted character with a myriad of parts.
So take my hand, and let’s take a deep dive into the beautiful topography of The Clit.
April 2020 was a long, hard month indeed. But alas, we’re nearing the summer months and it’s officially May! If you need a break from bad news and days full of stress, we at Sex With Emily have got a reason for you to celebrate. It’s Masturbation Month all May long!
There are so many reasons to celebrate masturbation. Not only does masturbation feel AWESOME, it’s also great FOR you. There are health benefits galore when it comes to chokin’ the chicken, flickin’ the bean, or whatever else you do to get yourself off.
In this video, Emily goes over the many health and wellness benefits of the wonderful act of self-pleasure.
Enjoy and Happy Masturbation Month! Touch yourself!