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5bf5bf72b4f7fc13b54e2f70656564f0Hopefully, you enjoyed ‘Taking the Freak Out of Freaky Sex’ as much as we did last month. Exploring your sexuality and knowing what you like in the bedroom is extremely important for intimacy and sex. Several of our listeners and staff discovered that they do enjoy different kinks and fetishes. They asked how to be safe about their kinks, the best ways to get into bondage,  and so much more. What was our most popular question, though? The inbox was flooded with all things fantasy; how to get into them and how to pursue them in the bedroom. Continue Reading

phptpnx2tWe go through a lot of different themes here at Sex With Emily, which means I’m constantly learning new things about my sexuality. This month, I took my research very seriously and committed to “Taking the ‘Freak’ Out of Freaky Sex.” I logged back onto my dating apps to start the process.

Most guys I chatted with started to ask the usual. Want to hook up? Need a friend? How are you still single? (Um, Thanks). My freaky sex month research was starting to look very vanilla until Mr.FetishFriendly92 found his way into my inbox.

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6836974812_acc94aedacI have always been a curious person, even as a young boy. Like most children, I couldn’t evaluate the danger of my surroundings. I would cuddle with dogs twice my size, grab spiders like they were toys and swim into the deep-end of the pool like I was Michael Phelps. It was my fascination with the unknown that led me into the arms of another man—as well as to my current position at Sex With Emily. Continue Reading

6360066637797924901085796701_500x500Despite the recent rise in Box Office popularity, there are a still lot of misconceptions out there about BDSM. In the media, it’s often portrayed as high-risk and those who practice it are viewed as disturbed, troubled or damaged in some way (Think Christian Grey screaming “I’m 50 shades of fucked up” and you’ll get the picture). Not so long ago, participation in fetishism and sadomasochism was actually considered a mental disorder by health professionals.  Continue Reading

jessica_craig_martin_golden_showers_1024x768It’s one thing to talk about taking the “freak” out of freaky sex. We can understand the importance of embracing all forms of sexual exploration and expression. We can take a look at our own fantasies and even work on feeling comfortable expressing them. But just like many of the lessons we learn in life, from Reaganomics to Trigonometry, some theories just aren’t as easy to put into practice.

We all want to believe that we will be cool when someone we’re being intimate with makes a unprecedentedly kinky request. We want to think that we’ll react gracefully, that we will go into it with an open mind and come away with a better understanding of human sexuality as a whole. That’s exactly what happened for one mystery woman—let’s call her Jane—when her golden rule “Try everything once” led her into her first ever golden shower experience…

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sex-art-indiaWhen we hear the word ‘kinky,’ we tend to let our minds fall deep into the gutter of the possibilities this word can bring to the bedroom. Getting intimate with someone considered to be on the kinkier side means you most likely won’t be having your run of the mill sexual experience.

Whether you’re aware of where you land on the scale or not, we all have our own level of kink. Maybe you’re into handcuffs, having sex in remote locations, or you like taking a literalness to playing with fire; the list goes on forever. And, why these particular additions or ideas make us unable to control our urges may be indescribable, a mystery even to yourself. But hey, whatever works, right? Continue Reading

13707448_1725008027763007_1447148219_nLast month, we tackled the topic of sexual confidence; this month, we’re delving a little deeper. If you haven’t noticed, people are becoming increasingly  interested in more adventurous sex subjects. Several sex practices that may have once been labeled as taboo are now becoming more widely accepted, but there are still a lot of stigmas and misconceptions surrounding alternative forms of sex. These misunderstandings are not only hurtful for the people who practice them, they also stop people from exploring new things that they might really enjoy.  Continue Reading

Amber-Heard-by-Ellen-von-Unwerth-for-Vs-Magazine-F_W-201105It’s hard to believe that, in this day and age, there are any sex acts that could still be considered taboo. After all, last year was deemed the Year of Pegging in popular media. Virtual Reality porn went from being a thing of the future to, well, a reality! Things that were once considered to be sexually deviant or fringe are now becoming blockbuster hits. And according to a recent study, 1 in 5 Americans has been in an open relationship. Still, despite how open and accepting society may seem towards any and all forms of sexual expression, we still have quite a ways to go. Continue Reading

10-miscari-sexuale-hot-pe-care-trebuie-sa-le-incerci-in-luna-de-miere-7Begging For A Pegging

Dear Emily,

I’m 21 and have been with my girlfriend for four years. We’re close and she’s pretty open to trying new things in bed, but I want to know how I should bring up pegging to her? She will occasionally finger my back door but she feels a little weird about it. I really don’t know if she will be into it or not and I don’t want to freak her out.

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Dean Continue Reading

539fbfb54bd79_-_cos-01-couple-having-vampire-sex-deThe summer solstice has finally arrived, bringing with it a glimpse of what we can expect for the hot, sweat-filled couple of months ahead of us. Not every place succumbs to the dry heat, blaring sun, and huge hikes in their air conditioning bills, but places like Southern California know these characteristics all too well. When it comes to describing great sex, we like to use words like hot and steamy to show how turned on we are. The summer air, however, is bringing an unfortunate literalness to the those warm-weather adjectives.

Try as you might to fight the heat, you may feel the need to cool your sex down during these months. Maybe you stop using blankets, keep all the lights off, or stand right next to the A/C unit to give yourselves that cool relief. You could lower the temperature, or… You could embrace the warmth, and make it a part of your sexy time routine! That’s right, I’m talking heat play. Continue Reading

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