On today’s show, Emily is joined by comedian, podcaster, and actor Jay Mohr and the two get real about sex and relationships, with some funny on the side.
When you’re getting a sex toy for your lover, while it may be a gift for them, you know you’ll want to reap some of the benefits, too. Or, if you’re a really good friend to a couple – a really good friend – looking to help spice up their sex lives, you want to get a toy that both of them will appreciate.
Most pleasure products are either for men or for women, but there are a few out there that were made with any gender in mind (even if you don’t identify). So, whether you’re using it together, or taking turns (after cleaning, of course), a toy that anyone can use brings a whole new meaning to sharing is caring.
Once you start having sex, after all your experiences, partners, and any mishaps that have probably happened along the way, you start to develop “moves” or a routine. You see what works for you, what may work for most of your partners, and you stick to that because, well, it’s what you know.
That’s a big reason why we do what we do here–– people are always looking to spice things up, change the game, perfect it. One of the best ways to do that is to open up the dialogue and see what others have to say, not just the experts.
When it comes to sex, we all come to our own conclusions on how to deal with certain situations.
Whether it’s dating, pick up lines, oral, or anal, what seems to be the “right” way to go about things?
Ask Men wanted to know how much people, well men, know about bedroom manners, and to clarify some of their findings, they asked me to go over the results.
Hello class! Welcome back to Sex Ed: 101. I hope you’ve all been very naughty this week, practicing your French Lessons. For those pupils just joining us, I am your instructor Ms. Conduct. Today we are going to learn about cunnilingus, fellatio, and anilingus. Don’t worry; this lesson may be a mouth full but is very easy to learn– especially if you are an eager student.