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Is Knowing What You Want Sexy or SelfishQ: DEAR EMILY,

I was dating a guy who was great in bed. The first time we hooked up, he asked me what my fantasy was—I told him, we went with it and it was really hot. As we continued to date, he kept asking me what my fantasies were, so then I thought that the ones I had already shared weren’t hot enough. I started worrying about what he thought of me, and if I was too boring.

I realized that when I’m with someone, I focus on trying to be exciting, thinking more about what my partner might want rather than putting my needs and desires first. My question is, how can I focus more on myself and what I like without being selfish in bed?

Jess, 31  Continue Reading

13707448_1725008027763007_1447148219_nLast month, we tackled the topic of sexual confidence; this month, we’re delving a little deeper. If you haven’t noticed, people are becoming increasingly  interested in more adventurous sex subjects. Several sex practices that may have once been labeled as taboo are now becoming more widely accepted, but there are still a lot of stigmas and misconceptions surrounding alternative forms of sex. These misunderstandings are not only hurtful for the people who practice them, they also stop people from exploring new things that they might really enjoy.  Continue Reading

(451)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

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