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f51b3b0aab7c27f802661cae6bd549cbWe’ve all heard the saying: “Sex is like pizza. Even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good.”

While clever — and certainly true of pizza — it’s safe to assume this adage was first uttered by a man. After all, with 85% reportedly reaching orgasm during sexual encounters, it makes sense men would have such an optimistic view of sex. Whether it’s Chicago-style, Brooklyn-style or doggy style — if women are serving it, men are probably enjoying it.

Here’s something to keep in mind, though: While your satisfaction is pretty much guaranteed, just remember that your taste buds aren’t the only ones in the bedroom. You’ve got another person to please, and pushing her buttons isn’t as easy as ordering your favorite slice. Continue Reading

Processed with VSCO with s2 presetThis special “tipsy” edition of Sex With Emily comes at you live, straight from Emily’s living room! She, Menace and the whole team take a drink or two (okay, or three) in hopes of producing the first ever “party” podcast, but it’s not all fun and drinking games—They also go in depth on the topic of ghosting and take the “Sex Question Quickie” Challenge… Well, they do the best they can. Continue Reading

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“Hey Emily!

I currently live with my boyfriend of five years, whom I love so much. Recently, we completely stopped having sex for almost a year because we were so busy starting our careers. We realized this was a big problem and have been working on ways to improve it, mostly by planning out times to have sex. It’s going well, we’re having sex more often, but now it feels like there’s no spontaneity left. What are some ways we can fix this and bring the excitement back?

Thanks,
J

Let me preface this by saying, good for you, J! It’s great that you and your partner were able to recognize the problem in the bedroom and are now working to make sex a priority. It might not feel like the stuff of romance novels—“Today’s To-Do List: Exercise, cook dinner, fold laundry, have sex”—but the good news is, you’re on the right track! Continue Reading

article-2291280-188E2ECB000005DC-807_634x800“Dear Emily,

I recently started dating a guy (a great guy, actually!) and things are going really well. There’s only one problem… I’m afraid to have sex with him! We’ve been seeing each other for almost two months now and we still haven’t done the deed. It’s not that I’m not attracted to him or that I’m afraid he won’t respect me. The real reason is that I am pretty sure I’m bad in bed.

I’ve only been with two guys, and neither seemed to be that into the sex. One of them looked downright bored! I like this new guy a lot and would really like to wow him in the sack, but now I’m extremely self-conscious. What if we have sex and it’s terrible and he doesn’t want to date me anymore? I need help! How do I know if I’m terrible at sex? And more importantly, how can I fix it?

Sincerely,
BIB, 24

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Screen Shot 2016-02-02 at 3.39.44 PMIf you’re looking to get ahead in your career, enhance your love life or improve things between the sheets, communication is the key! This show is all about improving your communication skills in the dating world, in your long term relationship, and of course, in the bedroom. Emily tackles your questions about how to appropriately and effectively address your concerns with your partner, whether you’re dealing with jealousy, orgasm dishonesty, or opening your partner’s eyes to something new in bed. Continue Reading

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