Because I have always been an independent person, I never felt like I truly needed someone in my life. I never really pushed for full commitment from guys, unless they stated that’s what they wanted. As long as I felt like I was important to them, I wasn’t so worried about what they were doing when I wasn’t around.Read More» Posted by Jamie Pityinger | 0 comments
Today on Sex With Emily we’re tackling the issues of mixed signals, the missing orgasm, and mischievous sex fantasies. How do you manage problems in the bedroom and keep your relationship in good standing? Emily is here to help!
September at Sex With Emily is all about getting back to sex basics, and on today’s show, Emily is giving a lesson on the most essential principle of sex, love and dating: communication! Just like she always says, communication is a lubrication, so let’s grease up our word-wheels and get our conversation cogs turning!
Today’s show is all about traversing the trails of communication, flirtation and, you guessed it, sex! Emily and Anderson take on your pressing sex questions and chew over some interesting new findings in Sex in the News.
It’s Emily’s first podcast of 2015, and her New Year’s resolution is all about you. She pledges that all her listeners will not only learn how to have better sex and better relationships this year, but they’ll actually do it. The Sex With Emily podcast is taking you to the next level.
Today, Emily and Menace answer your questions on love and sex that you sent to Feedback@SexWithEmily.com! Topics include trying out sex toys with a significant other, balancing a sex life and busy schedules, dating someone with a crazy family and jealousy after infidelity.
Tis’ the season for giving thanks – So what are YOU thankful for? Your friends? Family? Multiple orgasms?
This very special Thanksgiving episode is all about strengthening your relationship through gratitude. Emily’s teaches you the importance of appreciating your partner, not just for Thanksgiving, but all year around. Between talk of Thanksgiving plans and one night stands, Emily shares some of the things she is most grateful for and reminds us why we all should be thankful for sex.
One of the most detrimental issues that can crop-up if you’re in a long-term relationship is the lack of communication around sex.
Sure, it seems simple enough to just talk to each other, but it can be so hard to get the conversation started. Especially if talking about sex is unchartered territory, as it is for many couples.
A fun and sexy way to open up communication with your partner is with a sensual massage. Of course a sensual massage might leads to sex (which is never a bad thing) but more importantly it also leads to better communication. Not just verbally, but through the body as well, which is one of the most effective kinds of communication in a relationship.Read More» Posted by Rubi Perez | 0 comments
This show is doubly great because there are not one, but two, very special guests: The first is DeAnna Jordan, relationship & addiction expert. The second is Emily’s big brother, Michael!
Today’s show is all about rules for healthy relationships across the board! DeAnna explains the facts behind love addiction. How do you protect yourself from getting in too deep, too fast? Follow DeAnna’s “No Sex for 90 Days” rule, which is so crazy it just might work.. if you can last that long!
On today’s podcast, Emily answers your most pressing questions about the benefits of masturbation, tips for first time anal sex, and how to deal with the anxiety when you’re with a more experienced lover.
May is masturbation month! Make sure you celebrate as often as possible, Emily reviews ways to exercise your PC muscles by doing Kegel exercises (Kegel Camp app will help you) while you masturbate to help you have better sex. You’re really going to get to know yourself this month if you take time to explore your body even more.
Emily’s guest tonight is comedian Erik Griffin from Comedy Central’s show Workaholics. Emily and Erik talk about the reality of digital dating today. They discuss the art of flirting on the Tinder dating app, sex myths, mismatched libidos and women that “collect men like comic books.” They also debate whether or not sex is the most important thing in a relationship.