Talking: it saves us and it confounds us. On today’s show, Emily is joined by Menace to help write your sex script for a better time in the bedroom!
In the romantic comedy Friends with Benefits, Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake make the proverbial “Friends with Benefits” (FWB) relationship look easy. What’s not to like about having no-strings-attached sex with someone who you respect, trust, and who makes you feel safe? And they have the added bonus of their “casual sex” arrangement resulting in true love. Well, I’m here to offer you an anecdote from my life, which happens not to mesh with the Hollywood version of FWB. After losing a friend and confidante to casual sex, I have gained insight on what NOT to do when navigating a “friends with benefits” relationship.
How I went from the “Cool Girl” to the Crazy Bitch Crying Alone in a Bathroom Stall.
Let’s talk about casual sex. When I first sat down to write this article, I imagined the premise would be all about not taking casual sex too seriously. The plan was to whip up an editorial on letting go of shame and guilt in order to prime our darling readers for a wild ride of right swipes and sexy stranger games. But as I began my research, learning how so many people are sincerely conflicted about the topic of casual sex, I began taking the topic much more seriously. And honestly, I think we all should…
But hold up.
What’s so special about today? It’s Emily’s birthday! One of her birthday wishes is to get closer to all you listeners out there– she wants to hear from you! On today’s show, Emily is answering your questions on all things sex because she’s all about helping you have the best sex life you can!
Today’s show is all about YOU.. Because seriously, you’re awesome.
Are you ready to start exploring your fantasies? Wondering how to help your partner warm up to porn? And is it actually possible to have no-strings-attached sex with an ex? Emily helps callers get to the bottom of their love and sex dilemmas, and also shares “new” findings that could help crack the code on the female orgasm. Here’s a hint: Just go down on her already!
I recently got out of a long-term relationship and jumped into dating—literally! Now I’m seeing three different people, something I’ve never done before, and need some advice on how to handle it.
Is there supposed to be a waiting period in between partners? Can I have sex with two different people in a week (with protection, of course)? If we use my sex toys, can I use them with multiple guys? Also, what’s the etiquette for telling a person I’m not monogamous in a way that won’t hurt them? I just want to be single and date around for a while, but it’s all so complicated!
Any advice would be appreciated,