Today’s show is one of our favorites–– it’s SEX TOY REVIEW DAY! Emily is joined by some of her trusty team to talk about the toys they like, how to use them, and sex toy hacks for maximum pleasure.
While Thanksgiving isn’t typically a gift-giving holiday, who says it can’t be?
It’ll be the gift your loved one never saw coming, and the one that’s sure to make sure you stay in their good graces, all holiday season long.
With the holidays soon upon us, it’s that annual time we reflect on all the things we’re thankful for. Family, friends, food, an excuse to finally get that nap in on the couch… But of course among these things is one of the greatest gifts of all—someone to share in the joys of companionship. And how hot that can really be!
On today’s show, Emily is joined by Xanet Pailet, a sex and intimacy coach and author of the forthcoming book, Living An Orgasmic Life, to discuss how to reach your full orgasmic potential, overcome the shame/pleasure paradox, and understanding the difference between arousal and desire.
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.
Communicating about sex is almost as hard as having the best sex ever, but it doesn’t have to be. On today’s show Emily is joined by fellow podcaster and long time friend Lynette Carolla, host of For Crying out Loud and Sword and Scale Rewind, to help you start the sex conversation!
Q: Dear Emily,
Now I’m figuring out what turns me on, what movements I like, and what doesn’t work. I even have a wonderful partner who is totally on board to help me figure it out.
Sometimes when I masturbate, or when my partner fingers me to climax, this weird thing happens: My body spasms, and it kind of…hurts (usually in just the pelvic area).
I can’t hold my vibrator to my clit any longer or I push my partner’s hand away, even though I feel that I could have gone deeper into the orgasm. It totally keeps me from just melting into the experience.
I’m wondering if I’m pushing myself to climax before I’m fully warmed up? Is that a thing? Or is this a serious issue that I might have to get looked at?