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Today’s a very special episode of Sex With Emily, filled with studio firsts! Emily is joined by songstress and creator of the game “The F’ING Truth,” Carsie Blanton for live music, game play, & a whole lot of sex talk!

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Fantasizing about having sex as someone else, or with someone else other than your partner, is nothing new. Fantasy fuels reality, and without it we’d all be pretty bored– and boring, for that matter.

In fact, role-play can be one of the best ways to spice up your bedroom life. Think about it– after a grueling week full of kids, work, school and dinner, the thought of changing your name and moving to a different area code sounds pretty appealing. Of course, you aren’t going to uproot your life and ditch your family, but role-play lets you take a little break from the pangs of reality.

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Processed with VSCO with e7 presetToday’s show is all about YOU.. Because seriously, you’re awesome.

Are you ready to start exploring your fantasies? Wondering how to help your partner warm up to porn? And is it actually possible to have no-strings-attached sex with an ex? Emily helps callers get to the bottom of their love and sex dilemmas, and also shares “new” findings that could help crack the code on the female orgasm. Here’s a hint: Just go down on her already! 

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80aa9932fbf389786d4cbc4af9979d6aAlthough I don’t remember the first time I stumbled across porn, I was definitely very young and quite uninformed. I’m sure I had but one stray pube, and was most likely beginning to struggle with my sexuality. At the time, porn served as entertainment, really. I didn’t even masturbate to it  because, in all honesty, I had no clue what was going on.

Nonetheless, it became a bit of a hobby of mine. And because all the boys at school were talking about it, I felt like I was part of the cool kids’ club. It was fun and innocent (kind of) at the time, but none us thought these images of porn gods and goddesses would skew our perception of the realities of sex.

Porn was our instructional manual, and until sex education came along (or didn’t come along, as the case may be) it was the only source of information we had. Continue Reading

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