As a sex and relationship expert, I’ve advised millions of couples (and singles) who listen to my podcast hoping to enhance intimacy and improve their sex lives. If you have a question about a particular sexual issue or experience, I’m certain I’ve covered it. After a decade of doing my podcast, there is one topic that comes up over and over again: the dissatisfaction that occurs when one partner climaxes before the other.
The most common question we receive here at Sex With Emily, in one form or another, is “How can I have better sex?” It’s an everlasting subject that spikes our curiosity because we all want to have the best sex possible. We’ve heard Emily say many a time that communication is lubrication—Yes, communicating your needs with a partner will totally get you where you need to go. But why stop there? Continue Reading
The results are in… There really is only one product that is clinically proven to effectively delay ejaculation.
Promescent is not only for men who experience premature ejaculation problems; it is for anyone that wants to last even a little bit longer or just wants a new bedroom experience — Just think of Promescent as the wingman you keep at your bedside table.
But maybe it’s not enough that WE are obsessed with it. Maybe you need proof. Scientists put the product to the test, so if you didn’t know the wonders of this magical product already, or if you’re just a Cynical Cindy, let the facts enlighten you.
In addition to being a holiday of remembrance, Memorial Day weekend is kind of like the unofficial welcome back party for summer. Over the course of the weekend, we will ceremoniously say goodbye to Pumpkin Spice lattes, Ugg boots and oppressive winter layers, and open our minds to the scintillating possibilities of the summer season. Barbecues, beach trips and warm weather adventures are right around the corner, so why not start the season off with a bang… Literally! Continue Reading
By now, most of you have seen something on our website about the remarkable product Promescent. It’s the delay spray that allows men to last a hell of alot longer in bed, making them more self-confident and their partners incredibly satisfied. But what exactly makes this wonderful concoction do its job? It’s a scientific formula that was created by a urologist in Newport Beach, CA, Dr. Ronald Gilbert. So let’s get down to brass tax– the science behind the stamina.
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2015 was a year filled with growth, education, and new experiences, both in the bedroom and at the office… at least for the Sex With Emily team. As winter marches forward into spring, the new year is in full bloom and we find ourselves in one of the fanciest seasons of the year: awards show season. So, as a nod to the Oscars, the Emmys, the Grammys & the Golden Globes, we’re commemorating one of our biggest areas of growth this year: the Sex With Emily YouTube channel.
In case you missed any of our newly produced videos, (or were unaware we even had a channel) we’re giving you another chance to get acquainted with our fun and vivacious videos. Without further ado, the winners of the first SWE Video Awards!
There are two kinds of people during the holidays — the ones that shop ahead, and the ones that shop just days before the event, scrambling to get all those gifts for their loved ones. Sure we all want to see a few big ticket items under the tree, but what about stocking stuffers!? Small gifts can be a great choice for couples, especially when they’re sweet or a little bit spicy!
Working at a sex shop, I have compiled some great naughty and nice items that are sure to spice up any winter night…
Let’s talk about orgasms, or lack thereof, as the case may be. The key ingredient for great sex generally centers around both parties leaving satisfied, yes? According to research published in the Journal of Sex & Martial Therapy (2006), women were about two and a half times more likely to feel sexually satisfied when they achieved orgasm. No surprise there. Unfortunately, this simple task becomes a little more difficult, thanks to something known as the orgasm gap. Continue Reading