On today’s show, Emily is joined by sociologist and sexologist Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus to talk about the best ways to communicate your sexual boundaries and how to share what works and what doesn’t work for you in the bedroom –– all with confidence.
Santa’s got a brand new bag, and it’s filled with toys for all you naughty girls and boys. But what doesn’t fit in Santa’s big red bag? The tantalizing gift of kink play! From beginners to fetish veterans, adding a dash of kink can spice up anyone’s holiday season.
Let’s take the that PG holiday cheer up to an X rating.
On today’s show, Emily is joined by Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson, creators of the podcast “Guys We Fucked” and authors of the new book, Fucked…Being Sexually Explorative & Self-Confident In a World That’s Screwed, to talk about confidence and self acceptance, not only in the bedroom, but in all areas of your life.
The Magic Wand: the Cadillac of all vibrators. The body massager that’s been at the top of the charts for over 30 years. While the toy has set the precedence for what other companies should strive for, they themselves have seen all the changes the pleasure product market has gone through.
That’s why, for the first time ever, the company has chosen to recognize a handful of items that they are proud to share the space with. They asked me to weigh in on their choices, and they definitely picked the cream of the crop.
Once you start having sex, after all your experiences, partners, and any mishaps that have probably happened along the way, you start to develop “moves” or a routine. You see what works for you, what may work for most of your partners, and you stick to that because, well, it’s what you know.
That’s a big reason why we do what we do here–– people are always looking to spice things up, change the game, perfect it. One of the best ways to do that is to open up the dialogue and see what others have to say, not just the experts.
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?