Along with many of fun activities of our youth, like wine coolers and ice blocking, some of us have lost our enthusiasm for the good old fashion make out. Gone are the days of stolen smooches in the hallway, marathon make outs in the back row of the movie theater and full-contact kisses that send shivers down your spine. We remember the thrill of the activity itself, but kissing often falls by the wayside after you’re in a relationship.
This throwback show from 2014 is all about the importance of kissing. From the first light peck to the full body make out, Emily tells you how to pucker up like a pro and sweep any partner off of their feet.
Whether you’re male, female, single, gay or straight, you all have one thing in common.. You want to have mind-blowing sex. You want to please and be pleased. But here’s the thing: Before you can earn your black belt in bedroom acrobatics, you first must master the basics. I don’t care if you are a tantric sex master or a cunnilingual casanova; if you can twist yourself into a pretzel during oral but you can’t give a decent hand job, what’s the point?
So let’s not just talk about sex — Let’s talk the barenaked basics of having an amazing sex life. Let’s take things all the way back to the “hookup”. Picture your first-ever encounter with a new (but hopefully recurring) sex partner. Before they get to appreciate the portfolio of sex positions you’re hoarding at home base, you’ve got to wow them through 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
As someone who just recently put college in her rearview mirror (okay, it was two years ago, but still…) this time of year still hits me with a wave of nostalgia.
In grade school, September brought with it the memories of pencil boxes, crisp white notebook paper and the mandatory Lisa Frank trapper-keeper (don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about). Now, I can’t breathe in the crisp autumn air without picturing Orientation Week keg parties, late night dorm room hangouts and the sea of strangers that I would soon call my lovers and friends. Continue Reading
Teasing always gets a bad rap when it comes to dating, but when it comes to sex, it’s the best thing, since well sex.
Teasing is the best way to start up something steamy and the longer you savor the suspense, the better.
You know those delicious moments leading up to sex? Imagine if you could prolong all that sexual tension, the sizzling sense of anticipation and draw it out until you just can’t take it anymore. You have to have each other right then, right there, right now
This is why I’m teaching you the art of teasing.
This show is all about the importance of kissing. It’s the most exciting part of any first date and one of the easiest ways to amplify your sex life. From the first light peck to the full body make out, Emily tells you how to kiss like a pro and sweep any partner off of their feet.
We tend to think of kissing as a warm up activity, so when we settle into a long term relationship, it’s the first thing to go. Emily explains why kissing is more than just a warm up and tells you how a little mouth-to-mouth could be the secret to a deeper love connection.
Emily explains how to have better sex by going back to basics, and this round she is talking kissing, hand jobs, oral and more! Joined by Shira Lazar, host of the interactive daily show “What’s Trending”, and all-around cool girl, Emily discusses some of the key cornerstones of great sex.
The ladies start off with a discussion on what it’s like to be single and trending in Los Angeles. They dish on a couple celeb-fan scandals, get into a little sex toy talk, and share their mutual gratitude for their lady parts!
Then it’s on to the hookup basics:
Watch me talk about the power of touch and sex (of course) on the Kris Jenner Show. Touch will help your partner feel more attractive, more cherished, and more importantly, emotionally connected to you.
Many couples go days without touching when really a warm hug or a light touch on the arm can do so much to enhance intimacy. Couples even find a way to touch as little as possible during sex! As long as their unmentionables are rubbing together, right? Wrong. Losing touch with your partner could mean losing the spark in your relationship. Continue Reading
Some people never learn how to kiss. Their tongue darts down your throat or flaps weakly in your mouth. They kiss you with clenched lips or they open their mouth so wide your face is suctioned into their gaping mouth.
I don’t care if you can’t get it up to save your life, you orgasmed after 30 seconds, or your penis shriveled up inside of you. You’re not defeated if you can learn how to kiss (and successfully give her cunnilingus). Not that men are the only ones who need some pointers on kissing. Continue Reading
My boyfriend and I have been together for close to 2 years and we live together now. He has been married before and had horrible experiences with showing his feelings and being rejected for doing so. He has hard time sharing his feelings because of this. One thing that bothers me is that he just never french kisses… Continue Reading