On today’s show, Emily and Menace are answering your questions on masturbation, porn preferences, cunnilingus and more, all with one goal in mind: to help point you toward sex and relationship satisfaction.
Not all sex is created equal. There are those nights of sweet relief after six minutes of rolling around before returning to your Amazon Prime, and that’s fine. We won’t disparage what may seem like routine lovemaking, because at least you’re still doing it. Sometimes a basic quickie is the perfect thing – like in the morning, when her hair’s a mess and your breath is stank but you just go at it doggie style before work or the farmer’s market. And that’s nice too.
But then there are those other times…
I’m not with a partner at the moment but I masturbate regularly. I know how to make myself have an orgasm and after I do, I feel satisfied, but I want to go again. Trouble is, I have to take a break for about ten minutes because otherwise it will take me a very long time to orgasm again and I usually give up before then. I’ve always wanted to be able to have multiple orgasms (within a minute or two of each other) but I’ve never been able to. My question is, is there any way to train yourself to have multiple orgasms?”
Today’s show is all about getting back into the driver’s seat of your sex life!
Are you worried you’re doomed to a G-spotless bedroom existence? Are your impossibly high dating standards holding you back from meeting Ms. Right? Does “eye for an eye” really apply when it comes to marital infidelity? Emily and Anderson share sage advice to help steer you towards sex and relationship bliss, and uncover which careers are more likely to land you a Tinder date.
Are you struggling to sustain your solo sex life without your favorite visual aids? Looking for tips to help boost your lover’s sexual skills? How do you keep the “casual” in your casual sex relationship?
After listening to your show regularly, I decided that it’s time for me to find my G-spot! Based on your suggestions, I have been trying to pay attention to my body during sex, and I noticed that the spot that feels really good each time my boyfriend thrusts in and out is actually located on the BACK wall of my vagina. I know you always say that the G-spot is located on the FRONT wall, so what am I feeling? Could my G-spot be in the wrong (or a different) place?
Loyal Listener Lauren
Like a lot of women, I didn’t have the most pleasurable introduction to anal play. I was pressured, unprepared, and as a result, found myself in a fair amount of pain. My experience left me figuratively scarred and utterly apprehensive to re-approach any sexual rear-entry. But as I’ve grown sexually and personally, one of my ongoing goals has been opening doors that I had hastily deemed permanently closed. For me, an upstanding symbol of this sexual renaissance is the glorious butt plug. Continue Reading
Do you ever feel like you’re just not getting what you need, from your lovers to lubes to your masturbation routine? In today’s show, Emily gives you the tips you need to vamp up all of your sexual selections!
Today’s show is packed with advice for singles, couples & self-lovers alike! Whether you need help forming a strategy for dating online, guidelines for your kegel workouts or some sweet sex toy recs, Emily’s got the answers you’re looking for. Continue Reading