On today’s show, Emily is joined by sex educator and author, Dr. Sadie Allison, and the two go deep into all things sex – because what else would two sexperts do?
This week in our Sex and the Brain series, we explored the differences of arousal between men and women.
While it may be obvious to some that men and women don’t get aroused the same, many still have not acquired this piece of knowledge. Men are like frying pans, and women are like slow cookers – so let’s get down to the science behind the kitchen appliance metaphors.
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.
You know it, you love it, and (in reality) you can’t live without it. That’s right, the name of today’s game is all about antici…
Straight out of Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s mouth, the art of anticipation has been one of humanity’s most trending topics long before Twitter was ever hatched.
Teasing to please, suspenseful seduction– however you phrase it, there are countless ways to do it.
Hey there sport, have a seat. I want to talk to you about something important. I know, I know… in school they taught you all about “the birds and the bees,” but they leave out a lot of the good stuff. That’s what I want to talk to you about. See, every once and a while, we all need to get back to the basics for a quick refresher course including the good stuff like “How to’s” and useful tips. Sexuality is an advanced course, one that is ever-evolving and always exciting.
Everyone gets turned on differently, but have you ever thought about the type of arousal that turns you on best?
Maybe you need to be relaxed before, or you want something kinkier to get you in the mood. One thing many of us can agree on though, is that sexual tension may be the best arousal technique around.
Sex Coach Pam Costa shares her “energetic” experience in her Down to There blog…
Researchers at The University of British Columbia recently uncovered a dirty little secret to turn men on; fear. Two groups of men were asked to stand on bridges that were lifted 230 ft above sea level. They next had to answer a series of questions given by very provocatively dressed and attractive women. One bridge was unsteady and rickety at best. The other bridge was of sturdy construction. The men perched on the sturdy bridge showed no visible signs of angst when presented with their questions and answered them appropriately and concisely. However, the other group of males had increased signs of anxiety and gave more lurid answers to the women. It seems that fight and flight are not the only two options when presented with dangerous situations. The third option is arousal. Feeling unsteady and panicked can cause a substantial increase in the brain to become more vulnerable; and thus, turned on. We often equate foreplay and fear with whips, floggers, and suspension straps, yet humans have an abundance of stimuli at their anxiety driven back doors. Taking daily worries and anxiety and releasing them in the bedroom can not only create a healthy way of coping with common stressors, but create a whole new facet to the idea of foreplay.