On today’s show, Emily along with comedian Ben Morrison are talking about top sexual fantasies, from threesomes to bondage – and how to talk to your partner about what you want to try.
Ooooooh, Baddies! Sorry guys, not talking about the pop culture urban dictionary definition of baddie. No, my focus is on the google definition of the word: villain.
Why are we attracted to the perennial “bad boy” or “bad girl” or “non-gender conforming individual?” People that just aren’t good for us?
It’s a universal theme that transcends across cultures, ages and time.
Yet another lesson in the wonders of the sexiest organ of all, the brain.
In the previous article, I introduced some of our main pleasure chemicals. In this one we’ll be focusing on the more familiar estrogen and testosterone, with a more in-depth look at the previously mentioned dopamine, and the well-known serotonin.
I don’t want to ruin my chances of finding something serious.
How soon is too soon to have sex with someone you’re into? Is there a magic number? You don’t want to come off eager, but you don’t want the connection to fizzle out either.
Every relationship is different, and your attraction level will vary from person to person. Sometimes you want to jump their bones on the first date, and sometimes you need to feel it out for a little longer. There’s no right answer when it comes to choosing the perfect time to consummate.
In this video, I lead long time listener Debbie to the best way to choose the time that’s right for her. Sometimes all you need is a little reminder of what’s most important when it comes to sleeping with someone new.