On today’s show, Emily is joined by founder of Booty Parlor Dana Myers to talk about her new book, The Mommy Mojo Makeover, and how moms – and women in general – can reconnect to their sexual selves.
On today’s throwback show, Emily is joined by comedian Erik Griffin from Comedy Central’s Workaholics and the two are talking about dating in the digital world, different types of relationships, and debate whether or not sex is the most important thing in a relationship.
It doesn’t matter how old you are or how long you’ve been with a partner — Talking about sex is hard. But hey, that’s why you’ve got Emily! In today’s show, she’s helping callers find the right words to say to communicate their way through sex and relationship troubles.
We talk A LOT about issues surrounding the female sex drive, but we rarely discuss what it’s like for the person in the passenger seat. On today’s show, we’re unpacking this topic of low libido from a different angle and we’ve got Dr. Ian Kerner on the line to help provide a little insight.
I became interested in sex and masturbation at a very young age and I’ve always felt that I have very heightened sexual energy. The problem is, I’ve had a hard time finding guys who share the same intensity about it as I do. I always end up being the one who needs it more often, and past boyfriends have even labeled me as “sex obsessed.”
I have been dating a guy for several months and the sex has been great so far. At the beginning of the relationship, we would jump each other every chance we got, but lately the sex has become less and less frequent. I’m scared to tell him that I want it more because I really enjoy spending time with him and I’m afraid he will judge me. I don’t want to seem like a “nympho”—another thing I have been called in the past.
Am I really too obsessed with having sex? How do I approach the situation without scaring my boyfriend away?