There is an interesting phenomena that happens while you’re online dating. Guys that you think you will never hear from again reappear, and most of the time, it’s months and months later. They’re always expecting that you’ll be free, happy to hear from them, and willing to give them another chance, even though they really don’t deserve one. Yes, this happened to me twice this week.Read More» Posted by Rubi Perez | 0 comments
On this show, Emily welcomes guest comedian and reality TV personality Danielle Stewart! Together they discuss past relationships, hookups, blowjobs, and Danielle’s recent hosting gig on the relationship-focused show Sex Box. Emily answers emails about online dating, how to treat women, and the importance of sexual compatibility.
People tend to treat dating as an either/or situation. Either you’re dating online or you’re dating out in the real world, but you can’t have both. If you’re dating online, that’s your jam, and that’s what all of your time and effort goes into. After a while, online dating starts to feel like a full-time job. There are so many different sites and about 40 million daters to sift through. It’s overwhelming, to say the least.
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Tonight’s podcast explains why taking your dating OFFline into the “real world” will increase your odds of finding a match. Emily and Menace reveal the best places to meet people offline, and hot tips for meeting people wherever you go, including the car wash.
Did you get a chance to tune in to the live streaming of Thursday’s show? Here’s your chance to catch up!Posted by admin | 0 comments
This podcast is about sex toys and “sext” offenders. Emily’s two guests are both shaking things up in the sex and dating world, whether through producing innovative, blow-your-mind sex toys or an explosive new instagram account that’s chronicling real men behaving badly online.
For those of you who have abandoned dating apps like Tinder, or dating sites like OKCupid, for being too raunchy, to sex-focused, not helpful in making a real-connection.. There is something new, and completely G-Rated, coming your way!
This new app, set to release on iTunes tomorrow, is called Cuddlr and it’s basically Tinder, except instead of being on the receiving end of a barrage of dick pics and requests for sex, users have only one goal: some consensual cuddling!Read More» Posted by Emily | 0 comments
Clover, an app that allows you to meet people who have the same sexual intent as you, has created a map. Think Tinder without the blind assumption that everyone just wants to have sex, because, there are those sick people out there who actually want real, meaningful relationships. Clover made the whole process cut and dry. If you only want NSA, then you’ll only meet people who are down with that arrangement. Looking for a new friend to explore the city with? Make an innocent enough connection with someone looking to explore the world too! By gathering their user data, Clover created this map detailing what each state wants the most.Read More» Posted by Lauren | 0 comments
Emily shares four important steps for overcoming jealousy. You can get past jealousy in most situations if you can let go of your insecurities. (Unless they really are cheating on you with that young thing down the street).
- Find out why she’s really moaning during sex. Is it because you’re a sex God? Or is she just faking it? Do shiest people really moan the loudest?
- Is there a platonic dating site for those who don’t want to get down? What if you just want to ride bikes with someone instead of riding that someone?
- What do say on your first online dating message (no, “hey baby I want to wear you like a crown” is not a good first message. Nice try).
- How to deal with body image issues, because you’re fabulous and everyone should know it. Start walking around the house and winking at yourself in the mirror!
Dating online has become a favorite pastime for singles everywhere. There’s even a dating site for farmers or those of you seeking a rural partner. Wherever you are, wherever you live and whatever you’re looking for, you can find it online.
I’ve been dating online since I was 18. That was back when most online daters were still hiding in incognito mode, or at least erasing their history because the wonder of Google Chrome’s Incognito didn’t exist yet. Online dating was taboo, it was something people did behind closed doors. Today, if you’re single, you’re probably on a dating website, and you fall in the range between being very open about it and not telling anyone. If you don’t talk about it, the time has come to release yourself from the bondage of online dating secrecy.Read More» Posted by Carolyn B | 0 comments