For those of you who are least partially keen to the fact that great sex involves MORE than just sex, I congratulate you. You’re halfway there! Most of you are thinking, duh, foreplay, the backbone of any successful sexual bout.
However, there is another section of sex, one that is equally important, that even the most savvy of lovers are not privy to. It’s called afterplay, and it just might be the thing that your bedroom game is missing. Continue Reading
We wrote them; you read them. It may seem like we’re doing most of the work, but in reality, it’s because of all of you readers, listeners, and subscribers out there that we do what we do. We hear your concerns, your questions, and your fantasies, and try to put out content that will give you answers, peace of mind, and the courage to explore all things sex!
So for that, we say THANK YOU. We wouldn’t be here without you.
In light 2016 ending, we asked you to tell us what you learned this year, what you want to learn in the new year, and what posts really helped you rock your bedroom activities. So, in case you missed them, here are the TOP 5 blog posts from this sex-tastic year:
Not all sex is created equal. There are those nights of sweet relief after six minutes of rolling around before returning to your Amazon Prime, and that’s fine. We won’t disparage what may seem like routine lovemaking, because at least you’re still doing it. Sometimes a basic quickie is the perfect thing – like in the morning, when her hair’s a mess and your breath is stank but you just go at it doggie style before work or the farmer’s market. And that’s nice too.
But then there are those other times…
The most common question we receive here at Sex With Emily, in one form or another, is “How can I have better sex?” It’s an everlasting subject that spikes our curiosity because we all want to have the best sex possible. We’ve heard Emily say many a time that communication is lubrication—Yes, communicating your needs with a partner will totally get you where you need to go. But why stop there? Continue Reading
You and your partner are having sex, but how do you know if they are enjoying themselves? Whether they verbalize it or not, your partner is giving you clues that will tell you if you’re being a sexual stud.. Or a sexual dud, for that matter. Don’t get caught making this mistake, here is #5 Not paying Attention.
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The results are in… There really is only one product that is clinically proven to effectively delay ejaculation.
A recent study revealed what we here at Sex With Emily already knew to be true: Promescent will help you last longer and can ultimately change your sex life!
Promescent is not only for men who experience premature ejaculation problems; it is for anyone that wants to last even a little bit longer or just wants a new bedroom experience — Just think of Promescent as the wingman you keep at your bedside table.
But maybe it’s not enough that WE are obsessed with it. Maybe you need proof. Scientists put the product to the test, so if you didn’t know the wonders of this magical product already, or if you’re just a Cynical Cindy, let the facts enlighten you.
Even sex gets boring if you do the same thing all the time. Here are five kinky sex ideas that will get you vibrating, spanking, biting, teasing, and talking dirty in no time.
Today’s show teaches you how to feel better about yourself, paving the way to stronger self-confidence and a better sex life.
Emily is joined by Elle Chase, a sex educator and leader in the body-positive movement. From her award-winning Tumblr to her popular sex class “Big Beautiful Sex”, Elle is all about helping men and women feel sexy at any size. Together, she and Emily explore the topics of body image, erotica and the importance of self-love, and provide tips you need to get the sex life you’ve always dreamed of.
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We’ve all flipped through Cosmo tips on what men want in bed, whether it’s a twist of the wrist during a hand job or sexy eye contact during oral sex. Sure, technique is important, but Cosmo’s glossing over what guys want more than anything— a woman who is genuinely into sex and knows what she wants. Men don’t want you to just go through the motions. No one wants to have sex with a robot (well most people, anyway). Men want a woman who actually wants to have sex, initiates it, enjoys it, and is open to new things.
5 WAYS TO UP YOUR GAME
1. Know What You Want
If knowing what you want makes you better in bed, your first homework assignment is to figure out exactly how you an orgasm (you might want to have three or four orgasms just to make sure you’ve got your technique down).
It doesn’t matter if you’ve had sex one time or more times than you can count (I mean really, who can keep track?). You need to explore your own body before you can have truly great sex with another person. Continue Reading