On today’s show, Emily is talking about everything from sex positions to performance in the bedroom to the way our brains work.
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.
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.
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.
Alternative sex: it can mean many things. Some say it’s an alternative to having sex, but for us, we like to think of it as any action that requires you to get out of your own sexual box. August was a month full of sexual discovery, from fetish experimentation to shower sex to finally finding the g-spot!
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!