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This week, Emily welcomes the three lovely ladies from the LadyGang podcast for an unabashed, no-holds-barred girl talk session. Together, the girls dish on their favorite things to do in the bedroom and share their advice on how to get everything you want from your partner, no matter what relationship stage you happen to be in. Continue Reading

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This show is dedicated to all you virgins out there! No matter what your age or relationship status, Emily shares her “First Time Sex Preparedness Guide” to help you make your introduction into sex a positive one. She lists her do’s & dont’s for starting off your sex life, answers your most common virginity questions, and even shares her own first-time sex story… For science, of course.   Continue Reading

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9acc9c59e3bd6d637ca16d17408a680eThe holidays are upon us, the weather is getting colder (in most places), and tweets everywhere are hashtagging #cuddleweather. Seems like the perfect time of year to grab a cup of hot cocoa and snuggle up with your significant other watching Netflix, or in my case… with my Yoshi pillow pet. This holiday season, my sleigh’s flying solo.

For some, it feels like the end of the world to be alone around this time of year. It seems like around every corner there’s some advertisement, song on the radio, or pesky relative reminding you that you’re single. As for me, I’m rejoicing! Being in a relationship around the holidays isn’t all romance and jingle bells like Hallmark makes it out to be; it can actually be pretty stressful. Here are some things I am glad to be missing out on this holiday season.

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photo-6On today’s Best Of podcast from 2013, Emily talks sexual confidence and charm with dating coach and Art of Charm co-founder Jordan Harbinger. Whether you’re looking to expand your social network, increase the success of your business ventures, or blossom into the ladies’ man you always knew you could be, Jordan gives step by step advice to help achieve your gentlemanly goals.   Continue Reading

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Love-YourselfOver the course of my dating life, most of my relationships have been in the gray area between friendship and “Facebook Official” status.

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.  Continue Reading

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On today’s show, Emily welcomes comedian, actor and author of “Maybe We’ll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial T.V. Guest Star,” Fred Stoller, to the studio. You may have seen him on Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends, Seinfeld and countless other T.V. shows and films spanning the course of a long and diverse acting career, but now it’s time to get to know Fred intimately. He, Emily and Menace talk about sex, dating and the funnier things in life, and discuss what it’s really like to be always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Continue Reading

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True, we don’t have a daring distinction among the seasons in Los Angeles, (some would even go as far as to say our seasons consist of summer and “not summer”) but there are still bountiful amounts of ways to appreciate the autumn air with your special someone.

From horror movie marathons’ to sexy costume role play, here are some fun ideas for fall dates, no matter what city you live in!

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tinder-featureIt’s no secret that online dating apps are all the rage, and now there are SO many to choose from. It’s easy to get overwhelmed or burnt out when the apps you’re using don’t work as well as you might have hoped. Daters will sign up for one or two, send some messages, plan and cancel a couple dates, then throw their hands up in the air and swear off ALL online dating, claiming that it doesn’t work and is a waste of time. Continue Reading

jake-w724It was the beginning of the summer and I had just completed my third year of college. After balancing a full time job and a draining school schedule, I needed a hobby to retrieve my soul. I didn’t know what I wanted, but I knew it wasn’t looking for a new book or T.V. show to obsess over. Eventually I figured out what I needed. Three boyfriends, 20 pounds and one year ago, I discovered Tinder.

My first time logging onto Tinder was overwhelming. I was impressed with the advanced options I had to define my potential match. Once I had my preferred age, sex and mile radius set up, I was ready to swipe. I could swipe left and right all day (except when I ran out of likes). After a year of misleading matches and suspicious profiles, I decided to go on a Tinder hiatus. I thought Tinder was going to improve my life, but it created a new one instead. In midst of finding myself, I spread myself far too thin and became careless. I enjoyed the ride, but I knew it would end eventually. I allowed it to control me and take away the following. Continue Reading

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