Last month, we tackled the topic of sexual confidence; this month, we’re delving a little deeper. If you haven’t noticed, people are becoming increasingly interested in more adventurous sex subjects. Several sex practices that may have once been labeled as taboo are now becoming more widely accepted, but there are still a lot of stigmas and misconceptions surrounding alternative forms of sex. These misunderstandings are not only hurtful for the people who practice them, they also stop people from exploring new things that they might really enjoy. Continue Reading
It’s hard to believe that, in this day and age, there are any sex acts that could still be considered taboo. After all, last year was deemed the Year of Pegging in popular media. Virtual Reality porn went from being a thing of the future to, well, a reality! Things that were once considered to be sexually deviant or fringe are now becoming blockbuster hits. And according to a recent study, 1 in 5 Americans has been in an open relationship. Still, despite how open and accepting society may seem towards any and all forms of sexual expression, we still have quite a ways to go. Continue Reading
I learn so much from your podcasts! I am 36 and recently separated from a 16-year relationship. After waiting eight months, I decided I was ready to start dating again. A few colleagues of mine recommended some dating apps, so I checked them out. I went on two OKCupid dates and they went horribly. Then I gave it one last shot and started talking to a guy six years older than me. We have been talking for two weeks but haven’t met in person yet. So far, our connection has been great!
So here’s my question for you: Is there a certain timeline to meet this guy and move forward from there? What do you suggest when it comes to going from cyber- and phone-chatting to meeting IRL?
Laura in LA Continue Reading
On this show, Emily is joined by friend and colleague Dr. Drew Pinsky. Together, Emily and Drew work to crack the code of female sexuality and help listeners navigate complicated concepts around sex, love and true happiness.
If you think you’re having too much sex with someone you love, it’s could be a sign that something’s off in the bedroom. Big or small, any unresolved issues or insecurities can be holding you back from having brag-worthy sex. And if you find that something feels off, you have to confront it head on.
Pam shares what happened when she realized that sex had started to lose it’s flavor – and how expressing her desires helped to get it back – in the latest Down to There blog.
Breakups: it’s something that we all go through. Sometimes, adjusting to life post breakup is easy peasy, painless, maybe even a weight off your shoulders. Sometimes, however, it’s depressing, life-changing, and it can be incredibly difficult to calibrate a new life routine for yourself. When it’s the latter, it can often feel like you’ll never feel the same again—especially in the bedroom.