Here at Sex With Emily, we spend a lot of time answering listener questions and we love every minute of it! So this week, we wanted to do something different. We flipped the script and put out a question to all of you:
So let’s be honest: Every man wants to believe that he is incredible in bed. You want that feeling of accomplishment, that gold star on your sexual resume, that hushed whisper between ex-lovers: “He was THE BEST I’ve ever had”. You want to know that when you roll yourself over for the classic post-sex “Was it good for you?” that your partner’s resounding YES was 100% the real deal.
Unfortunately for men, women are much better at handing out empty compliments and “job well done”s than we are at offering constructive criticism. Meaning that you could be walking around with that extra swagger in your step, without any idea of what you might be doing wrong (or how to fix it, for that matter).
Lucky for you, I’m not afraid to hit you with the hard facts: There are certain areas that a lot of men tend to stumble over. So if you really want to knock it out of the park, sexually speaking, allow me to offer a few helpful and totally uncensored pointers. From jumping the gun with dirty talk to not knowing what to do with your hands, here are five common mistakes that you may make in bed, and how to overcome them.Read More» Posted by Madison | 0 comments
Happy Anal Pleasure Month! This show is dedicated to helping you explore the world of pleasure located right at your backdoor! Whether you’re male, female, single or in a relationship, gay or straight, this podcast has tips for everyone. Despite its recent rise in popularity, anal sex still has a bad rap. Luckily, Emily addresses your questions and helps you to face your backdoor fears! Also, Dr. Charlie Glickman phones in to tell you everything you need to know about prostate play.
Today’s show is all about improving your sex life, and discovering the elusive G-Spot orgasm! That’s right, I’m in the studio with my awesome assistant and one of my new interns to give you the low-down on that magical little button that you’ve heard so much about. I give tips for men and women how to find it, how to stroke it, and what toys to use to heighten your G-Spot pleasure.
According to an article from Psychology Today “only 25% of women are consistently orgasmic during vaginal intercourse.” Even if you can have an orgasm from penile stimulation there’s no guarantee that a women will experience the big O every time she has sex. Only “about half of women sometimes have orgasms during intercourse. About 20% seldom or ever have orgasms during intercourse. and about 5% never have orgasms period.” Couples have to navigate the difference between their orgasms themselves. Each individual is responsible for their pleasure, but it helps when both partners make their needs known and can openly communicate about what they need. Statistics aside, it’s clear that both men and women need insight and advice for closing the orgasm gap.Read More» Posted by Carolyn | 0 comments
But we know that’s not going to happen- at least the simultaneous orgasm part.
Because, in reality, he’s thinking, “Please, let me get through the next seven minutes without ejaculating,” while she’s thinking, “Please, just this once let me have an orgasm during intercourse.” Not to mention the guys who also have a hard time orgasming during sex. (That happens far more frequently than you think.)
We’ve all heard stories about couples who once enjoyed a passionate sex life, but now spend more time wrestling over the remote than having sex. Some couples even avoid sex like they are dodging a bullet.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Emily breaks down dating deal breakers. Is his or her flaws endearing of just plain deal breaking? It’s easy to ignore the red flags and dating deal breakers when you’re sipping on a margarita and someone sexy is telling you about their summer villa. But if they’re staring at the woman with the lovely bosom or they just got out of prison, that’s probably not a good sign for your future together.
Okay, maybe it’s not that simple. The truth is there’s no magic number for how long foreplay should last. But it should probably last a lot longer than you think…Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments