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pluz size sex position blog sex with emilyWhen we search for images of sex, nine times out of ten, what comes up? Able bodied, skinny, toned, white or light skinned people. In so much of pornography and the visual sex we consume, it’s about what insane positions can people get into while keeping the friction going.

Most times, plus size bodies are left entirely out of the conversation when talking about sex, and that is discouraging, but exclusionary, and directly shaming of people that are less than the ‘media ideal’.

Here are some plus size sex positions that can help you bring out the inner porn star in the bedroom. 

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honeymoon phase blog sex with emilySo, you and your sweetie have been lovin’ on each other for a while now. That spark turned into a fire, that fire burned down your (downstairs) house, and now…the fire’s starting to die down. The honeymoon phase might be over.

In all seriousness though, if you feel the passion starting to fade, don’t panic. You might be leaving the “Honeymoon Phase” of your relationship, but there’s plenty you can do to make sure your relationship stays not only afloat, but as wet as ever. 

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cuddling blog sex with emilyIt’s always nice to spice up your sex life by trying new things. Missionary can only make you cum so far. Which is the reason why since the beginning of procreation, humanity has been finding ways to change up positions, as evidenced as early as 400BC in the Kama Sutra.

However, although we have found ways to reconfigure our sexual pleasures, it’s also good to find different ways to cuddle. Physical touch is one of the most widely understood love languages. Sometimes your arm can only be used as a headrest for so long. Here are some different ways to snuggle up with your partner.

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fun blog sex with emilyAttraction is chemistry meeting biology. When one sees someone they’re attracted to, their eyes dilate, a rush of neurotransmitters flood the brain. It’s carnal. Mouths water, skin gets goosebumps, and hairs stand on end.

Sometimes sex can feel like a spiritual experience, like two souls emotionally and physically intertwining. In the media it’s portrayed as the culmination of tension between two people – the ultimate expression of connection. 

But sex doesn’t always have to be so serious. And sometimes there’s too much pressure on making sex more ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ rather than ‘Fifty Shades of Play.’ If you feel like the heat is beginning to cool, here are some ways to bring fun back into the bedroom. 

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clit blog sex with emilyThe clitoris has been the focus of sexual attention for years. But only relatively recently did scientists discover the actual size of the clit (many times larger than originally thought). It is one of the most sensitive body parts, having around 8,000 nerve endings (twice as much as a penis) and affecting another 15,000 in the pelvic region! All the more reason to touch it!

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On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by author Courtenay Hameister to talk about her new book, Okay Fine Whatever, and how getting over your fears in and out of the bedroom can make for a profusely better life all around. Plus, she’s answering your sex and relationship questions. 

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butt blog sex with emilySo you tried anal sex and it didn’t go quite to plan. Maybe it hurt a little more than you were expecting. Maybe the position was hard to get into. Perhaps your partner dove in faster than you were ready for – there’s a lot that could have happened. And believe us, we totally get it. Butt stuff can be tough.

But the good news is that even if your first time didn’t go off without hitch, there’s no reason to give up just yet! With the help of a few key first (or second)-timer tips, you’ll see there’s tons of hope for getting your head in the game of backdoor bliss!

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penis is too big blog sex with emilyDEAR EMILY,

I recently started seeing a guy, and although his penis is magnificent and huge, it’s an even huger problem. I’m a petite woman, and so far, sex with him has been very painful. I’ve managed to get through it multiple times, but I’m always incredibly sore afterward.

Is there anything I can do to lessen the pain, or is the fact his penis is too big something I’ll have to get used to?

Thanks!

Penelope

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