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play blog sex with emilyWith some states coming out of Covid-19 lockdown, many people are venturing out, having BBQs, trying to responsibly socialize and might feel like they have been let out of jail of social “confinement.” During the past few months of quarantine time (and especially since May was Masturbation Month), a lot of people have been focusing on masturbation as sexual release. Yay! But don’t let up on this focus just because you are potentially unleashed into the world and able to start to touch others.

This month is Pride month, and this year, our focus here at Sex With Emily during Pride is “playfulness.” In the theme of playfulness, finding new ways to play with your body is one of the best ways to spend Pride month!

Here are some ways you can “play” with your body.

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coronavirus blog sex with emilyRight now it may feel like the world outside our window is a little too much. The novel Coronavirus is a global issue, and with the WHO and CDC suggesting to stay indoors, it’s a perfect time to catch up on some self-love or quarantine with a partner.

 

As a preface, be sure to stay hydrated, get plenty of rest, disinfect your living space, and avoid large groups.

 

So if you’re staying in, here are some fun, creative, and sexy ways to occupy your time indoors.

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dirty questions blog sex with emilyCosmopolitan interviewed me about the dirty questions you should be asking in bed, and I want to share all the juicy details with you.

Here are some of my favorite dirty questions to help take your bedroom behavior up a notch. Because asking the right dirty questions to your partner is an easy way to not only enhance intimacy in a relationship, but also expand your existing sexual repertoire.

And the best part? These dirty questions work both ways, so here’s hoping your partner is a quick learner…

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Sex and play are a natural combination. The more playfulness you can bring to the sex you are having, the better. Not only because it makes sex better, but also because studies show that play enhances overall emotional well-being.  

As the sex therapist and bestselling author, Dr. Mike Dow said, “Sex is the way that adults play.”

 

So let’s get playing…

 

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