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. Continue Reading
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.) Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
A show on foreplay tips and getting married. Because nothing says commitment more than waiting a whole half hour before trying to take their clothes off… Continue Reading
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. Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
Does anyone out there actually enjoy the dreaded “head push”? Emily’s friend recently encountered its fatal powers. Emily and Menace share their pet peeves in bed – from talking too much to not picking up signals, from moving too much to playing dead.
What do you wish you’d learned in Sex Ed? Emily teamed up with The Sinclair Institute® to rewrite the sextbooks, and today she’s announcing the winners of her contest and reading the best listener-submitted suggestions and stories. Her work may be needed now more than ever, as reports show that American teen guys aren’t reciprocating in oral sex enough, and Wyoming of all places is labeled the national epicenter of sex toy usage. Continue Reading