It comes without question that our society isn’t at a point where a heterosexual (anyone of any sexual orientation, really) prostate owner can talk about their amazing un-ejaculatory orgasms without fear of a chunk of society hurdling some kind of negativity towards them.
The human body is pretty extraordinary. All of its systems working together to keep us alive, trying their best to keep us healthy (even with all the shit we put in our bodies), all so we can continue to delve into the pleasures, pains, and mysteries the world has to offer us.
One of the most complex of these systems is the reproductive – and while scientifically it is for, well, reproduction, it does oh, so much more.
Everyone has a different definition when it comes to “great sex.” What constitutes it? What makes it kinky, or what keeps it vanilla? The variety of answers go on and on. On today’s show, Emily is helping listeners like you figure out what great sex means to them and how to talk to their partners about it!
It’s raining in Los Angeles. And it’s coming down hard. Out on the sopping wet streets, I can hear the crescendo of passing sirens getting louder and louder, then quietly fading to nothing. It’s probably cops. A lot of us Angelenos go kinda crazy when the weather gets like this.
I know, I do.
My lover telephones to say, “Sorry sweetheart, I won’t be able to make it.” (Well he sent a text, but you know what I mean).
I’m already climbing the walls when I get the news I’d be riding solo. And there’s no sign this rain is letting up anytime soon. The city is soaked but there’s an electric pulse in the air that makes your whole body hum with anticipation. A storm is coming in.
What’s a girl to do on a mad night like this? If you think I should watch a movie or curl up with a good book, then you don’t know what kind of a dame you’re dealing with.
No. There is only one thing to do. Well, two things to be precise… two very special things. And this is their story: a tale of two wands. Continue Reading
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?”
With masturbation month coming up fast (yes, this is the first of many masturbation puns), I think it’s about time we talk about orgasms.
Orgasms are, in my personal opinion, one of the greatest gifts you can give. They don’t cost anything, they’re calorie-free and they’re a hell of a lot cheaper than a Valium prescription. Continue Reading
With January 1st just around the corner, it’s time to start lining up all your sex and dating resolutions for the new year — How can you be the best lover you can be in 2016? Whether you’re single or in a relationship, Emily helps you handpick your goals for a year of better sex and love in today’s podcast. Continue Reading
Sexual interest began pretty early for me. I started masturbating when I was 7, lost my virginity at 15, and over the course of the following 12 years have had a full and diverse sex and dating journey. As my adulthood progressed, however, I found myself growing ever so slightly complacent. I noticed myself coasting along the crest of a sexual plateau, and falling into hazardous dating cycles and retrogressive romantic patterns. All my orgasms (even my self-induced ones) felt essentially the same, as did my interactions with prospective mates. Continue Reading
Happy National Orgasm Day! In honor of the big “O,” today’s throwback podcast from 2012 is all about getting yourself past the pleasure point of no return, in more ways than one!