There’s nothing wrong with not being in the mood every now and then. Everyone’s libido fluctuates for a range of reasons. Hormonal changes, age, your menstrual cycles and even a heavy meal can make you feel more passion for Netflix than your partner. But if you find that it’s a persistent problem, or if it starts to affect your relationship, it’s important to take the downturn seriously.
The culprit for your lack of longing could also be something you’d never expect!
Despite the recent rise in Box Office popularity, there are a still lot of misconceptions out there about BDSM. In the media, it’s often portrayed as high-risk and those who practice it are viewed as disturbed, troubled or damaged in some way (Think Christian Grey screaming “I’m 50 shades of fucked up” and you’ll get the picture). Not so long ago, participation in fetishism and sadomasochism was actually considered a mental disorder by health professionals. Continue Reading
It’s no secret that pornography is increasingly more accessible to teens in today’s technological age. Before, the only way you were seeing any porn action is if you stumbled across a parent or older sibling’s stash of dirty magazines or snuck into a smut film. Now, the super raunchy, hardcore stuff is really only a few clicks away, and kids today know how to clear their browser histories by the time they’ve reached the eighth grade. The truth is… There is nothing wrong with watching porn. The problem, however, stems from the reality that a lot of teens are using porn, not only to get hot and bothered, but to actually learn about sex.
You’ve been planning for months, scrimping and saving every dime, doing odd jobs and searching for coins in the couch cushions, fantasizing of the day that you can make your escape. It’s time to forget about the water bill and the countless work memos that keep sliding into your inbox; you’re taking your first trip abroad! You want to see it all; the culture, the architecture, the nightlife, and especially, the people.
A survey conducted by Tripadvisor showed that 58 percent of people admitted to hooking up while on vacation. Maybe it’s the sun, maybe it’s the alcohol, or maybe you feel like you just goddamn deserve it.
Whatever your reason, if you’re looking for new experiences under the sun and under the sheets, you aren’t the only one. So sit back, relax, and pack away a few of these tips for hooking up on your overseas journey… Continue Reading
I was listening to one of your podcasts and was really surprised to hear you advise against the pull-out method. I’ve been using it for most of my sex life and have never had any problems. Same goes for my boyfriend and plenty of my friends! My guy doesn’t like using condoms, so that’s always been our go-to, and I’ve read it’s 96 percent effective. So what’s the deal?
Did your high school sex ed class leave a lot to be desired? Good news: Even though Adult Sex Ed Month is coming to an end, it’s never too late to pick up where your freshman health teacher left off!
Head over to the Sex With Emily Instagram NOW and leave a comment telling me what you wish you learned in high school sex ed for a chance to win a smart and sexy Mystic Wand vibrator by Vibratex. Can’t wait to hear from you…
It is one of the very few things in existence that garners universal obsession of the masses. It’s reputation is unmatched in its complexity. Some regard it as the holy grail of every prepubescent male. Some seek its amity for the entirety of their lives. Some call it the rubix cube of life.
Happy Masturbation Month!
Watch Emily go over the many health and wellness benefits of the wonderful act of self-pleasure! Continue Reading
If you’re sexually active, there’s a good chance you’ve heard these dreaded four little words:
“You should get tested.”
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are definitely the LAST things you want to be thinking about when getting hot and heavy, whether it comes up pre-or post-play. But with 110 million Americans infected at any given time, chances are you’ve felt that pang, knowing something isn’t quite right down there. And as awkward and uncomfortable (literally) as STIs can be, living with one that is undiagnosed is infinitely worse. Continue Reading