I sat back and listened to my friends having a lively argument. They were heatedly discussing one of the most contentious points in human history. Not religion or politics, not if the chicken or egg came first, but the equally as fascinating topic of female ejaculation.
Emily Morse started her podcast, Sex With Emily, at first out of curiosity – what does great sex look like?
She started interviewing people from the comforts of her living room couch, glass of wine in hand, and genuine interest in mind.
Here at SWE, Emily is always talking about how important pelvic floor health is – for everyone.
From making your orgasms more frequent, stronger, and longer, to getting rid of those annoying “sneeze & pee” incidents, to actually keeping certain organs in place – having a strong pelvic floor means A LOT for your body.
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?
Work it, make it, do it, make us, harder, better, faster, stronger.
Although we rarely hear Daft Punk say much outside of their music, it’s clear they’re speaking our language in the ongoing quest for sexual prowess — pelvic prowess — to be exact.
With gyms, trainers, and health hacks galore, it seems “working out” can be found at any given corner.
So consider us pleased to know there’s a simple secret behind making our wildest pleasure — and fitness — filled dreams come true!
It all boils down to just three words: pelvic floor health.
Ah, climax. The light at the end of the tunnel. The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. When we get right down to it, orgasming is the goal of sex, right? Either solo or with a partner, climax is usually the end result you’re looking for. So, why does it sometimes feel impossible to achieve?
Babies are cute, little bundles of joy that become the apple of our eye. But after 9 months of caring a growing human inside of you, pushing it out during labor, and staying up long, exhausting hours, sex usually gets thrown on the back burner. Even when your doctor gives you the sex green light, none of these things are a great recipe for a high sex drive.