On today’s show, Emily is joined by co-founder of Dame Products Alexandra Fine to talk about women in sex tech, g-spots, and so much more.
When you’re getting a sex toy for your lover, while it may be a gift for them, you know you’ll want to reap some of the benefits, too. Or, if you’re a really good friend to a couple – a really good friend – looking to help spice up their sex lives, you want to get a toy that both of them will appreciate.
Most pleasure products are either for men or for women, but there are a few out there that were made with any gender in mind (even if you don’t identify). So, whether you’re using it together, or taking turns (after cleaning, of course), a toy that anyone can use brings a whole new meaning to sharing is caring.
Unlocking a woman’s pleasure is not always an easy feat, so it’s no wonder there are so many toys geared towards doing just that.
From external to internal to anal stimulation – there are so many ways to explore the complexities of the female body.
What better way to show the lovely lady in your life you care than with a gadget designed to revere and rejoice that exploration?
October kicks off Halloween season, and many of you are already imagining getting your hands on some sweet treats– and I’m not just talking about candy. Between the promise of sexy costumes and nights of snuggling up against your partner, watching horror movies, everything about October makes us want to get our hands on our boos.
Which is why we’re going to teach you all the tricks and treats of proper fingering techniques.
Every straight woman I know has faked an orgasm. Some still do!
I’ve never been the When-Harry-Met-Sally kind of faker, but I’ve definitely moaned here and there and lied right to a guy’s face as he pealed the condom off and asked me if I came. It’s no surprise women do it, though. We’re raised in a culture that teaches us to revolve our lives entirely around men and their comfort, and sex is no different. Faking it is our way of helping them feel good about themselves– a call of duty if you will. Or it’s a way to not hurt their feelings when we’re tired, over it, or rubbed raw and just want him to get the f*ck off of us. Continue Reading
I’m a 21-year-old woman who hates being on top during sex. I have never liked it. Aside from feeling like my guy is getting a really awful angle/view of my body, I just don’t feel like I do a good job. How can I incorporate being on top without feeling so uncomfortable?
Are there certain techniques I can try? I know I have to work on letting go of the idea that he’s seeing me from a bad angle, and I’m trying. What’s the best way to be on top? Am I doing it wrong? Ugh, help! Continue Reading
Another hard day at work for the Sex With Emily team… Emily and Producer Madison demonstrate Sportsheets’ amazing G-Spot Link, with a little guidance from CEO and founder Tom Stewart. Continue Reading