On today’s show, Emily along with comedian Ben Morrison are talking about top sexual fantasies, from threesomes to bondage – and how to talk to your partner about what you want to try.
For about three years now, I have been partaking in lifestyle (swingers for those who are unaware) and Kink events. Needless to say, I’ve never turned back. If I do attend a regular vanilla party, I find myself asking the question, “so when is everyone going to start getting naked?”
One of the questions I get asked the most (and a question that comes up in the Sex With Emily inbox more than you’d think) is, “how do I get into the scene?”
The sex community is quite discrete, but once you have your foot in the door, you step into a beautiful black hole of possibilities.
The concepts of marriage and monogamy have been around for ages, but does that mean they’re right for us all? On today’s show, Emily is joined by Tao Ruspoli, writer and director of his new film Monogamish, to talk about how relationships have evolved and expanded.
The barbecues, picnics and fireworks from the Fourth of July may be long gone, but celebrating our independence and personal freedom is something all of us should do the entire year round. Freedom from a bad job, freedom from an awful relationship, or maybe just free from old thoughts and behaviors that no longer work. When it comes to sex, there’s a lot of freedom that should also be celebrated. We are lucky to live in a time in America when– regardless of gender, sexuality or preference– everything and anything is accessible and slowly, but surely, becoming less taboo.
Couples everywhere have been haunted by images of what the traditional, monogamous relationship should look like. You know, boy meets girl, they fall in love, stay together forever and have babies; The End.
While this idea reflects the majority of relationships out there, it isn’t the only option. An alternative, known as an open relationship, has existed alongside monogamous relationships for quite some time now. Continue Reading
Dating and communicating can be tricky to master. Should you divulge your sexual history? How do you tell someone you’re non-monogamous? What’s the best way to get over your partner’s specific porn preferences? In this show, Emily and Anderson have the advice you need for these and many more of your love and sex quandaries. The two also take a stroll down memory lane, get real about the best and worst parts of car sex and hear from a listener who shares the story of his “bang check” success.