Today’s Best Of episodes are all about YOU! Emily reads through a stack of listener emails that highlight problems people have with everything from stale sex and swinging to sexualizing strangers. Menace and Emily delve into the nitty gritty of monogamy and all it entails. Finally, there’s rumors floating around Seattle that all the women in San Francisco are gold diggers, and a listener wonders if he should make the move from Washington as a resut. Menace’s views on this matter may shock you. Or not, if you’ve listened to him for more than 5 minutes.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Every week I’ll be blogging on the Bravo TV Official Site about what happened on Miss Advised. This is my version of what happened last night on the first episode: You’ve Been Advised. I talk about bisexuality, my real feelings about monogamy, my family, and getting closer to getting what I want in life.Posted by Emily | 0 comments
So, what are you doing tonight? I recommend you watch this new television show Miss Advised at 10 pm on Bravo TV. Don’t have cable? (I’m speaking to my San Francisco friends here). Go to your neighbor’s house. It’s time you introduced yourself anyway. Point is, find a way that you you can watch every Monday this summer. Because I think you’ll be entertained and laugh (either with me or at me, I’m cool either way).Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Menace returns from Las Vegas and unsurprisingly did not get laid. Emily shares not only how to be best friends with your ex, but also how to make him your dog’s baby daddy. It happens.Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Why women love the bad boy and why Menace isn’t having sex– it has nothing to do with him being a nice guy. Serial monogamy, how to talk dirty, making noise during sex, losing your virginity at 30, and why you might need a “slump-buster.” Also, how to be a better kisser, what being “on break” really means to your relationship, and the importance of having an emotional connection during foreplay.Posted by Emily | 0 comments
I have a question. I have communicated to my partners that I don’t want a complete commitment and want to keep things light. They don’t listen. I try to spell it out. I try to be subtle. Nothing seems to work. I don’t have a fear of monogamy but was in a long marriage where sexual compatibility was terrible. She made me feel awful for wanting it. I just wanted to point that out before my question rattled the monogamy bell.