On this throwback show from 2013, Emily and Menace dissect the ever-changing dating rituals of love and sex in the 21st century. From the explosion of dating apps to the the birth of the sidechick, they weigh in on the positive and negative effects of these new trends on our collective dating psyche and success. Continue Reading
On this show, Emily welcomes back Brian Howie from the Great Love Debate to pick up where they left off on the topics of love and sex. Together with Menace, they share personal dating experiences, pose provocative questions and try to get to the bottom of how to make sex and love better. Continue Reading
It’s no secret that the dating game has changed. Instead of meeting people around town, through friends, or at events, many are gathering their best photos and thinking of the most enticing way to describe themselves in 300 words or less, swiping left or right on hundreds of hopefuls; it’s the era of the dating apps. Continue Reading
Brian and Emily cover a range of topics, from first dates to first impressions to the ways that most of us go about finding real love. Emily reminds us why relationship practice makes perfect and Brian offers insight on how to communicate through the ever changing love landscape. They dismantle the idea of “type,” define the dating problem
in LA and dissect the influences of social media on our communication patterns and mating rituals
On this show, Emily tackles your emails all about improving and enhancing the sexual side of your relationship. She provides guidance on the best ways to communicate your bedroom needs to your partner, determining the right time to get intimate in a new relationship, and how to help lift your partner up when their confidence is waning. Continue Reading
On this show Emily welcomes guest blogger, fashion designer and host of the Fempire Podcast, Jac Vanek! Together, Emily and Jac trade Tinder horror stories, debate dating faux pas and break down the components of “perfect sex”, and answer an email from a listener who isn’t quite sure how to make contact with her crush. Continue Reading
Are you currently in a relationship that started online that has been going strong for a year or more? Then I’m talking to you! I’m looking for a couple who wants to share their modern day love story publicly and shed light on how online dating can lead to success in love.
- WHO: A couple between the ages of 30 and 45 who have been together at least one year and met through an online dating site (i.e Match.com, OkCupid, Tinder, eHarmony, Plenty Of Fish etc.)
- WHAT: Share your online dating journey from benefits to pitfalls to how it all worked out.
- WHERE: Los Angeles, CA – location TBD
- WHEN: Wednesday, January 13
If you’d both be available for a few hours on the date above and want to share your relationship success to help inspire others who are surfing the Internet for their perfect match, then please email me ASAP at Feedback@SexWithEmily.com. We’d love to meet you!
With the holidays just around the corner, it’s the time of the season to think of our loved ones… or lack thereof, as the case may be. So to help you get to where you want to be in your love and sex life, Emily and Producer Madison are taking to your emails and answering some of your top sex and relationship questions on today’s show.
It’s no secret that online dating apps are all the rage, and now there are SO many to choose from. It’s easy to get overwhelmed or burnt out when the apps you’re using don’t work as well as you might have hoped. Daters will sign up for one or two, send some messages, plan and cancel a couple dates, then throw their hands up in the air and swear off ALL online dating, claiming that it doesn’t work and is a waste of time. Continue Reading
It was the beginning of the summer and I had just completed my third year of college. After balancing a full time job and a draining school schedule, I needed a hobby to retrieve my soul. I didn’t know what I wanted, but I knew it wasn’t looking for a new book or T.V. show to obsess over. Eventually I figured out what I needed. Three boyfriends, 20 pounds and one year ago, I discovered Tinder.
My first time logging onto Tinder was overwhelming. I was impressed with the advanced options I had to define my potential match. Once I had my preferred age, sex and mile radius set up, I was ready to swipe. I could swipe left and right all day (except when I ran out of likes). After a year of misleading matches and suspicious profiles, I decided to go on a Tinder hiatus. I thought Tinder was going to improve my life, but it created a new one instead. In midst of finding myself, I spread myself far too thin and became careless. I enjoyed the ride, but I knew it would end eventually. I allowed it to control me and take away the following. Continue Reading