On today’s show Emily and Anderson are taking your calls, as well as covering clitoral, g-spot, and oral orgasms, with advice on how to find and achieve all three!
Biting. Some people absolutely hate it, some completely love it. So much so, it’s pivotal to their sexual arousal. They even have a name for it: odaxelagina. It’s only right that the word be a mouthful.
Although, in its extreme cases, this fetish is normally associated with sadism, masochism, and vampire fetishes, Dr. Alfred Kinsey found that almost half of all people experience some type of sexual arousal from biting.
Work it, make it, do it, make us, harder, better, faster, stronger.
Although we rarely hear Daft Punk say much outside of their music, it’s clear they’re speaking our language in the ongoing quest for sexual prowess — pelvic prowess — to be exact.
With gyms, trainers, and health hacks galore, it seems “working out” can be found at any given corner.
So consider us pleased to know there’s a simple secret behind making our wildest pleasure — and fitness — filled dreams come true!
It all boils down to just three words: pelvic floor health.
Ah, climax. The light at the end of the tunnel. The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. When we get right down to it, orgasming is the goal of sex, right? Either solo or with a partner, climax is usually the end result you’re looking for. So, why does it sometimes feel impossible to achieve?
When it comes to sex, we all come to our own conclusions on how to deal with certain situations.
Whether it’s dating, pick up lines, oral, or anal, what seems to be the “right” way to go about things?
Ask Men wanted to know how much people, well men, know about bedroom manners, and to clarify some of their findings, they asked me to go over the results.
On today’s show, Emily is joined by Xanet Pailet, a sex and intimacy coach and author of the forthcoming book, Living An Orgasmic Life, to discuss how to reach your full orgasmic potential, overcome the shame/pleasure paradox, and understanding the difference between arousal and desire.
With sex, pleasure is the name of the game, but when it comes to having a disability, it can involve more struggle than sensation. Thanks to technology though, there are ways to get around the hurdles life has thrown you. So never fret! Your steamy sex life is just around the corner.
I’m horrible with emotions and feelings–– I barely understand my own let alone someone else’s. Friendship, fun, and sex on the other hand, I’m damn good at. I love the thrill of meeting someone new, making new connections, and definitely those first few honeymoon weeks of naughty flirting.
That’s why I chose non-monogamy.