Ted Travelstead, Vanity Fair reporter and co-author of Sex: Our Bodies, Our Junk, joins Emily in this throwback episode. Emily and Ted discuss religion and sex, Betty White, the gag-reflex, and the New York City versus San Francisco dating scene. Also, how nice is too nice for a “nice guy”?
The San Francisco Social held this past Saturday gathered more than 500 young adults at the Fairmont Hotel to raise over $75,000 for Larkin Street Youth Services, an organization helping San Francisco’s youth move beyond street life for over 28 years. Saturday’s crowd was young, hip, tech-savvy, and passionate about giving.Read More» Posted by Huntress | 0 comments
I have been with my boyfriend for almost two years now and our sex was great at the beginning. I used to tremble when he would touch me and now it seems like it’s only about him. He’ll ask if I had an orgasm and I find myself lying to him. I love him with every breath in me, he’s my whole world and I don’t want to lose him. But I’m longing for more foreplay, more oral on his part, and just more spice…Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
When I’m having sex with my boyfriend I think about girls to turn me on. Only then do I have an orgasm. I know I don’t like girls but I feel awkward. What’s your opinion on this?
LauraRead More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments