Many people with a uterus (regardless of gender identity) bleed, and most use either pads or tampons to manage it. They seem like the quick, easy, cheap solution right?
I sat back and listened to my friends having a lively argument. They were heatedly discussing one of the most contentious points in human history. Not religion or politics, not if the chicken or egg came first, but the equally as fascinating topic of female ejaculation.
Emily Morse started her podcast, Sex With Emily, at first out of curiosity – what does great sex look like?
She started interviewing people from the comforts of her living room couch, glass of wine in hand, and genuine interest in mind.
Here at SWE, Emily is always talking about how important pelvic floor health is – for everyone.
From making your orgasms more frequent, stronger, and longer, to getting rid of those annoying “sneeze & pee” incidents, to actually keeping certain organs in place – having a strong pelvic floor means A LOT for your body.
Babies are cute, little bundles of joy that become the apple of our eye. But after 9 months of caring a growing human inside of you, pushing it out during labor, and staying up long, exhausting hours, sex usually gets thrown on the back burner. Even when your doctor gives you the sex green light, none of these things are a great recipe for a high sex drive.
Right now you’re probably reading this article, texting your best friend about what you’re going to wear to dinner tonight, and checking your email, while you’re binge watching your latest obsession. All at once.
Multitasking is the new way of getting things done, and at Sex With Emily, we’re all about it. That’s why we want to share with you our favorite life-hacking, multi-tasking, most-bang-for-your-buck toys that you can enjoy in more than just one way.
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As you all know by now, I’m a big fan of Kegel exercises. I believe that strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is one of the best things you can do you for your sex life! A strengthened pelvic floor leads to stronger vaginal muscles, which help to make you feel tighter down there; it can also lead to women experiencing stronger, more frequent orgasms and, for some women, can actually heighten sexual arousal. Continue Reading