The age old saying is true: you’re only as old as you feel. The same rings true when it comes to your sex life! On today’s show, Emily is joined host of the Unfiltered podcast, mom, and entrepreneur Brandi Glanville, and the two definitely feel young about sex and dating.
Today’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!
Although 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
I was born this way. When I was four, before I even knew what sex was, I used to masturbate to fantasies of being kidnapped and enslaved. I remember feeling confused and ashamed about my fantasies, but I couldn’t resist indulging them while rubbing my clitoris with a beanie baby. The result was too delicious.
This would become my deepest darkest secret that I would never reveal at sleepovers, that I would never even write in my diaries because I did not want to face how fucked-up I was. Something was deeply and fundamentally wrong with me, and I would sporadically try to “quit” my fantasy-ridden masturbation sessions, much like a drug addict still clinging to the ever-dwindling hope of recovery. Continue Reading
It’s one thing to talk about taking the “freak” out of freaky sex. We can understand the importance of embracing all forms of sexual exploration and expression. We can take a look at our own fantasies and even work on feeling comfortable expressing them. But just like many of the lessons we learn in life, from Reaganomics to Trigonometry, some theories just aren’t as easy to put into practice.
We all want to believe that we will be cool when someone we’re being intimate with makes a unprecedentedly kinky request. We want to think that we’ll react gracefully, that we will go into it with an open mind and come away with a better understanding of human sexuality as a whole. That’s exactly what happened for one mystery woman—let’s call her Jane—when her golden rule “Try everything once” led her into her first ever golden shower experience…
What’s your hottest fantasy?
If someone were to ask you this question out-of-the-blue, you would probably find yourself feeling a bit taken aback. The reason for this is, fantasies are something we just don’t talk about. Continue Reading
Last month, we tackled the topic of sexual confidence; this month, we’re delving a little deeper. If you haven’t noticed, people are becoming increasingly interested in more adventurous sex subjects. Several sex practices that may have once been labeled as taboo are now becoming more widely accepted, but there are still a lot of stigmas and misconceptions surrounding alternative forms of sex. These misunderstandings are not only hurtful for the people who practice them, they also stop people from exploring new things that they might really enjoy. Continue Reading