In the latest podcast, Emily and Menace tackle some of your emails and give advice on how to stop getting in your own way, and get the sex and relationships you deserve. Email topics include how to relax for anal sex, sexual insecurities, long distance relationships and how to cope with a partner’s not-so-magic number. Plus scandalous Coachella sex stories, an upcoming workshop that will blow you away (Literally!) and some scintillating sex in the news!
Now that the excitement of Valentine’s day has passed, you’re probably thinking, “What’s next”? In this show, Emily shares tips on how to keep your sex and dating game going strong all year long, and answers your emails on porn problems, quickies and missing orgasms!
On today’s show Emily welcomes Jake and Amir, the hilarious BFF’s known for their popular CollegeHumor webseries and advice-giving podcast “If I Were You”. They provide commentary and a male perspective on a variety of topics, from sex toys to stamina to sexting like a pro, and even assist Emily in answering some listener emails.
But first, Emily gives the sex toy newbies their vibration education. Between the Dua by Je Joue to the wireless Oh-Mi-Bod, Jake and Amir ponder the possibilities of playing the field via bluetooth sex toy technology. Emily and the guys share their own experiences with sex and dating in Los Angeles, and discuss the importance of keeping your independence while in a relationship.
There is a new reality show out called, “Big Women, Big Love.” It’s about plus-sized women looking for love. Not surprisingly, the women featured on the show have a difficult time trying to date in a society where thin and ultra thin is “in vogue”, and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon.Read More» Posted by Rubi Perez | 0 comments
Are your issues with self-esteem and body-image weighing down your sex drive?
In this show, Emily addresses some of these key sex-killing issues, and shares tips to help you get your sex life right back where you want it. Special guest Alex Jamieson, author of the book Women, Food and Desire, stops by the studio to weigh in on the curious relationship between body image, diet and desire, for both men and women.
Is your fear of rejection holding you back from fully embracing the dating scene?
In this show, Emily teaches you how to handle rejection and how to bounce back an even better person because of it. From missed online connections to shocking breakups to disappearing daters, Emily and Menace share tips to help you move forward from minor setbacks, toward better dating opportunities.
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New Years Resolutions are all the same and so cliche. Losing weight. Exercising more. Quitting smoking. And while those are important, a lot of people neglect their dating and/or sexual lives. This year, my resolutions will focus on dating and relationships.
I am single *gasp* and fine with it. Usually though, around this time of the year, I do want to be in a relationship. Mostly because I’m tired of the questions and comments about my dating life, or lack there of. Having a resolution to be in a relationship would be silly, but I do have 3 things that I will do this year in regards to my dating life. If that leads to a relationship, awesome. If not, that’s cool too.. At least I’ll have a great 2015!Read More» Posted by Rubi Perez | 0 comments
Ah, the holidays. We are all conditioned to believe this is the most wonderful time of the year, but if you’re single, the holidays might take on an entirely new meaning.
Every song, every commercial, and every movie on basic cable paints a picture of the holidays being a time to celebrate with your significant other, leaving uncoupled folks everywhere wondering “What about me? Where’s my holiday happy ending?”Read More» Posted by Madison | 0 comments
People tend to treat dating as an either/or situation. Either you’re dating online or you’re dating out in the real world, but you can’t have both. If you’re dating online, that’s your jam, and that’s what all of your time and effort goes into. After a while, online dating starts to feel like a full-time job. There are so many different sites and about 40 million daters to sift through. It’s overwhelming, to say the least.
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