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IMG_1113 copyOn this classic show from 2014, Emily sits down with Caleb Bacon, writer and host of the Man School Podcast. They trade relationship relationship tips, debate the benefits of Kegels for men, and Caleb opens up about how getting comfortable in his own skin led him to proposing to the love of his life! Continue Reading

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As you all know by now, I’m a big fan of Kegel exercises. I believe that strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is one of the best things you can do you for your sex life! A strengthened pelvic floor leads to stronger vaginal muscles, which help to make you feel tighter down there; it can also lead to women experiencing stronger, more frequent orgasms and, for some women, can actually heighten sexual arousal. Continue Reading

unnamedA7FQO9QMIf you’ve been listening to my show, then you know how much the whole Sex With Emily team has been raving about the Intensity. And it’s not just limited to our office. This revolutionary product is helping women everywhere keep up with their Kegels, experience more intense and frequent orgasms, and feel confident enough to laugh and jump without the worry of letting go of a little bit of pee. But while we’ve talked all about how the Intensity is great for ladies, there’s another group that this product also affects: The men who stand by those women. Continue Reading

Screen Shot 2016-01-22 at 3.23.41 PMIn December the Sex With Emily team wrote a blog sharing their sex and relationship goals for the new year. From making sex a priority to finding that oh-so-coveted Grafenberg spot, there was nothing cliché about their resolutions. Each goal pointed them in the direction of a more successful and pleasurable sex life, which got me thinking. What should be at the top of my sex bucket list for 2016? Continue Reading

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Today’s show is dedicated to improving your sexual health in the new year! Emily lists her top 5 sexual health goals and explains how to put them into practice in your everyday life! She and Anderson also go over a study about reducing the risk of prostate cancer and tackle emails about position problems, date ideas and lengthy refractory periods.

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photo-6On today’s Best Of podcast from 2013, Emily talks sexual confidence and charm with dating coach and Art of Charm co-founder Jordan Harbinger. Whether you’re looking to expand your social network, increase the success of your business ventures, or blossom into the ladies’ man you always knew you could be, Jordan gives step by step advice to help achieve your gentlemanly goals.   Continue Reading

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dff1409bf41e40adcb3373b1b227074aSexual interest began pretty early for me. I started masturbating when I was 7, lost my virginity at 15, and over the course of the following 12 years have had a full and diverse sex and dating journey. As my adulthood progressed, however, I found myself growing ever so slightly complacent. I noticed myself coasting along the crest of a sexual plateau, and falling into hazardous dating cycles and retrogressive romantic patterns. All my orgasms (even my self-induced ones) felt essentially the same, as did my interactions with prospective mates. Continue Reading

Chatelaine Magazine wanted to find out my exercise routine, or should I say ‘sexercise’ routine.  Fitness is important for better sexual health. Here’s my go-to recommendations:

1. Do yoga
The flexibility of yoga definitely is important. But beyond the flexibility for certain positions it has so many benefits in that it makes you less stressed. It opens up parts of your body that can help you when you’re having sex. Continue Reading

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