We’re almost a full month into the new year—how are your resolutions coming along? On this show, Emily is joined by her trusty team who share their love and sex resolutions for 2017, recap lessons learned from last year and possibly even set up Emily with a hot new date!
On today’s show Emily is joined by sex educators and toy aficionados April Lampert and Amy Baldwin to talk all things sex. Together, the ladies cover a range of topics, from sexual awakenings to oral sex abroad to the curious rise in anal licking. The three trade hot stories, insights and candid experiences to shed some light on the lives of sexperts. Amy and April also assist in answering your emails: Should you disclose past infidelities to a new date? And when it comes to condoms and casual sex, is there any room for negotiation?
You may recall my relationship spring cleaning show from earlier this year, about knowing when it’s time to call it quits. Well today’s podcast is all about what comes after the breakup!
In honor of Adult Sex-Ed Month, this show is focused on expanding your sexual health knowledge. Emily gives a crash course on STD’s and STI’s, from causes to symptoms to the importance of keeping yourself protected.
If you’re sexually active, there’s a good chance you’ve heard these dreaded four little words:
“You should get tested.”
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are definitely the LAST things you want to be thinking about when getting hot and heavy, whether it comes up pre-or post-play. But with 110 million Americans infected at any given time, chances are you’ve felt that pang, knowing something isn’t quite right down there. And as awkward and uncomfortable (literally) as STIs can be, living with one that is undiagnosed is infinitely worse. Continue Reading
On this throwback podcast from 2014, Emily wants all you fellas out there to be the best you can be.. Especially in the bedroom! She lists the 5 most common mistakes guys make in the sack, and gives advice on how to avoid them. Continue Reading
Sex is instinctual for most living creatures. Except for certain exceptions like salmon, seahorses and single-celled organisms, sex is the foundation of survival for most species. As human beings, we’re lucky to have also evolved into a mental capacity for actual sexual enjoyment. With it being such an important and central part of our identity as a species, you would think that we’d be experts, right? WRONG. Continue Reading
Sexually Transmitted Diseases & Infections… Just reading the phrase feels uncomfortable. We are conditioned at a young age to believe that STDs are one of the worst things that can happen to us and that if we catch one, our love lives are over. They are intimidating to talk about and are commonly misunderstood.
Having an STD is not a dating death sentence. Plus, all STDs are different; the bacterial ones are curable or treatable, while only a few (the viral ones) are incurable. They all have different symptoms that have different effects on our bodies, while some might not even display symptoms at all. And have I mentioned how common they actually are? According to the American Social Health Organization, one out of four teens in the U.S becomes infected with an STD each year. By the age of 25, half of all sexually active young adults may contract an STD. Continue Reading
Condoms are ubiquitous. When it comes to preventing sexually transmitted infections (and pregnancies), condoms are usually the first choice. After all, they are inexpensive, easy to get, and good at their job—most of the time.
Using a condom during intercourse can be up to 98 percent effective in preventing the spread of STIs. But condoms are only as good as their users. When used incorrectly or inconsistently, condoms can be rendered completely ineffective. Continue Reading
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! Continue Reading