On today’s show, Emily is taking your calls, and giving you sure-fire ways to take your sex life and your relationships to the next level.
Once you start having sex, after all your experiences, partners, and any mishaps that have probably happened along the way, you start to develop “moves” or a routine. You see what works for you, what may work for most of your partners, and you stick to that because, well, it’s what you know.
That’s a big reason why we do what we do here–– people are always looking to spice things up, change the game, perfect it. One of the best ways to do that is to open up the dialogue and see what others have to say, not just the experts.
Alternative sex: it can mean many things. Some say it’s an alternative to having sex, but for us, we like to think of it as any action that requires you to get out of your own sexual box. August was a month full of sexual discovery, from fetish experimentation to shower sex to finally finding the g-spot!
With summer soon a thing of the past and all things pumpkin spice on the horizon, we say goodbye to warm weather staples like barbecues, pool hangs and exploring the open road. Even though this year’s sunny season has come to a close, the good news is not all road trips have to be kissed goodbye!
For September, we’re going “back to basics,” covering all there is to know and (more importantly) not ignore when it comes to the fundamentals of sex. This time around, we’re charting the course of pleasure roads sometimes less traveled with the ever-elusive “erogenous zone.”
Let’s get right to the point– anal play is awesome. Of course it’s not for everyone, but if you clicked on this article, then butt stuff might just be the right stuff for you. And you don’t have to have anal sex to enjoy some backdoor fun.
The anus boasts an abundance of nerve endings, making it a lovely little spot to lick, massage and penetrate, regardless of your gender or orientation. Anal play pleasure is determined by preference only, so it’s anyone’s game if they want to go Greek.
Q: Dear Emily:
I’m a gay woman who can’t really get off from vaginal penetration, but I like anal penetration. Some partners might have been surprised, but most have being willing to penetrate me anally.
Now I’m dating a new woman who’s nine years older than me, and she’s having a hard time wrapping her mind around my request. She says she doesn’t want to do it because she doesn’t want to hurt me, but I keep telling her I’ve already done it and can walk her through it.
I’d hate for this to be the end of our relationship. Can I do anything to reassure her that I’ll be OK and even enjoy it?
We’re almost a full month into the new year—how are your resolutions coming along? On this show, Emily is joined by her trusty team who share their love and sex resolutions for 2017, recap lessons learned from last year and possibly even set up Emily with a hot new date!
Knock, Knock! Who’s There? NOT YOU… Unless you ask first. There’s nothing wrong with anal, but you HAVE to have consent before you go sneaking around the backdoor. Don’t get caught making this mistake, here is #4 Knocking on the Backdoor (Without Permission).
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Like a lot of women, I didn’t have the most pleasurable introduction to anal play. I was pressured, unprepared, and as a result, found myself in a fair amount of pain. My experience left me figuratively scarred and utterly apprehensive to re-approach any sexual rear-entry. But as I’ve grown sexually and personally, one of my ongoing goals has been opening doors that I had hastily deemed permanently closed. For me, an upstanding symbol of this sexual renaissance is the glorious butt plug. Continue Reading