What do you do if you like, “like” a friend? Emily works through the problem of a lovelorn, friend-zoned listener while she herself starts to date a longtime acquaintance. Do you perform “the reach” in a restaurant on your second date? Emily points out why you should – and don’t worry, it won’t get you thrown out. If your oral sex routine is getting a little yawn-worthy, Emily’s got some oral sex tips to keep things exciting. Continue Reading
An earlier episode about one of Emily’s favorite topics– dirty talk.
Honesty may be the best policy, but honesty in relationships is like deep sea diving: if you want to survive, you’ve got to know your limits. Today Emily lays out the five things you don’t want to know about your partner’s sex history. Continue Reading
Emily helps teach a kissing workshop at Good Vibrations. A guest on the show asked her to be his demonstration model. Emily agreed to kiss him in front of a classroom full of people, all for the sake of helping people of course. Her advice: kiss your partner the way you want to be kissed. Ask them to kiss you back in the same way and then switch.
Emily talks with vixen, Jessica Drake, about Wicked Sex, anal sex tips and butt plugs. Emily and Menace debate whether men are intimidated by successful women and if the notion ‘once a cheater, always a cheater’ is true. Also, handjob fetishes, and special positions for giving fellatio.
Sorry guys, she might be faking it. Emily talks about the signs she’s faking it and the ultimate sign she’s actually about to orgasm. Not faking it is extremely important for both women and men’s sexual experience.
Emily describes her dream man and whether or not she would pose for Playboy. Also, what someone’s profile picture says about their personality.
Emily talks with guest Anthony Sosnick, founder of Anthony Logistics for Men, about grooming essentials and practices. The best products to manscape your body and how to tell your partner to groom. Emily and Menace discuss the extreme confessions made at Treasure Island Music Festival and Menace explains why he strongly dislikes drunk white girls.