With 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.
On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by founder of Back to the Body sensuous retreats Pamela Madsen to talk about the retreat that she actually went on!
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Attraction 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.
With so many sex toys and products on the market nowadays, it’s hard to know where to start. But everyone needs to add some play things to date night every now and then. So to help take some of that pressure off yourself, why not turn to a pro to do the work FOR you?
Enter: the official SWE Date Night Done Right Box.
I heard that you’re a little bit curious about getting hurt, or perhaps hurting your partner? Consensually, of course. Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Today I’ll be teaching you some fun and painful sadomasochism games to explore with a willing lover. Whether you’re a pain Top or bottom, this blogs for you. If you have a partner who’s vanilla (non-kinky), read through this blog first. Continue Reading
On today’s show, Emily is joined by founder and CEO of Back to the Body: Sensuous Retreats for Women, Pamela Madsen, to talk about all the ways women can unlock their sexual potential.
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Cosmopolitan 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…
Do you want to play a game? Don’t worry, it’s a sexy game.. A sexy game for two, in fact!
The Miss Advised women got together to play a titillating game of “Never Have I Ever” and “Would You Rather.” in Andy Cohen’s office at Bravo. Never have you ever played “Never Have I Ever”? It’s simple, we all put up five fingers and take turns sharing something we haven’t done like, “never have I ever had a threesome.” Had a threesome? You put a finger down (you’ll have to watch to see what’s revealed). The one with the most fingers left, WINS! Watch us confess some “activities” from our sexual past. Check out the video here! Continue Reading