When more and more of us have been under government mandates to “shelter in place” or stay “safe from home” or, in other words “Quarantine and Chill,” it has brought up all kinds of issues in our lives…and emotions.
One minute you’re feeling frisky, the next you’re chugging wine under your weighted blanket watching The Tiger King. Yeah. It’s “Love In the Time of Corona,” baby.
Well for us kinky folks (or those who would like to be), Covid-19 can be a real boner kill. But don’t despair! You might be tempted to go all vanilla right now, but your kink flag is still there! So let’s see how we can keep it flying, shall we?
We at SWE love variety; it’s the spice of your sex life! We’re all about mixing it up, trying new sex positions, products, toys and perspectives. There’s a reason so many of you write and ask Emily about inviting a third into your bedroom; you’re tired of your routine sex and ready to mix things up!
But we also know that there’s a place for the tried-and-true type of sex. Finding those sex positions that you know are going to work, that are physically comfortable and get the job done for everyone. And it’s true what they say: once you’ve mastered the basics of anything, you’re better prepared to master the more advanced techniques.
So join us on a brief journey through the six basic sex positions, and brush up on your skills. Here are some tips for getting the most out of these classics, with some variations you maybe haven’t tried!
I have talked ad nauseam about penile play. However, there’s a part of the anatomy that I have yet to cradle… And that is the balls!
The factory center where sperm is made and stored. They can often be ignored because they can be intimidating — a fleshy temperamental scrotum with two sensitive oblong spongious organs. But once you unpack the sack, it can be a ton of fun – a way to prolong and deepen the sexual experience and bond.
Have you ever been to a restaurant and left thinking that the appetizers were better than the main course? Well that is what the joy of ball play can be. Let’s play ball!
It’s always nice to spice up your sex life by trying new things. Missionary can only make you cum so far. Which is the reason why since the beginning of procreation, humanity has been finding ways to change up positions, as evidenced as early as 400BC in the Kama Sutra.
However, although we have found ways to reconfigure our sexual pleasures, it’s also good to find different ways to cuddle. Physical touch is one of the most widely understood love languages. Sometimes your arm can only be used as a headrest for so long. Here are some different ways to snuggle up with your partner.
What’s that Ludacris lyric, you want a lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets? Healthy sexuality means connecting with someone in the streets, sheets, and everywhere in between.
Yes, feeling so attracted to someone that you want to rip their clothes off will make you feel close. However, non-sexual intimacy can be equally as important.
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by author Courtenay Hameister to talk about her new book, Okay Fine Whatever, and how getting over your fears in and out of the bedroom can make for a profusely better life all around. Plus, she’s answering your sex and relationship questions.
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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
On this show, Emily and Menace are reunited, to tackle a wide array of your sex and relationship quandaries.
How do you know when it’s time to commit? What’s the best way to get your partner to step up their foreplay game? What do you do if you’re just not a natural born cuddler? These are just a few of the questions Emily and Menace address on their quest to help you have better sex. Also discussed, the importance of “date nights” and increasing your level of “cliteracy.” Continue Reading
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For those of you who have abandoned dating apps like Tinder, or dating sites like OKCupid, for being too raunchy, to sex-focused, not helpful in making a real-connection.. There is something new, and completely G-Rated, coming your way!
This new app, set to release on iTunes tomorrow, is called Cuddlr and it’s basically Tinder, except instead of being on the receiving end of a barrage of dick pics and requests for sex, users have only one goal: some consensual cuddling!