On today’s show, Emily is taking calls, answering emails, talking about sex and relationships – she’s doing it all.
Hello and welcome to our new exciting series all about the biggest sex organ you have.
What is it, you ask?
Our big beautiful brain. Technology has allowed us an ever expanding look into our internal universe, and respectively, how it shapes our experience of reality, the meaning we give it, and of course how this applies to our very favorite subject: Sex.
When it comes to sexual surroundings, most encounters happen in the bedroom, or at least a room of some kind. Sometimes, though, we yearn for something a little more… dangerous, so to speak.
Why do you think so many people want to join the Mile High club?
I can tell you, it’s not for comfortability. It’s for the thrill!
The concepts of marriage and monogamy have been around for ages, but does that mean they’re right for us all? On today’s show, Emily is joined by Tao Ruspoli, writer and director of his new film Monogamish, to talk about how relationships have evolved and expanded.
Many women have trouble orgasming, whether they’re with a partner or by themselves. Some have so much trouble, they think that an orgasm just isn’t in the cards for them. Putting so much focus and attention on something can actually be what’s keeping you from attaining your goal.
These thoughts of “I have to orgasm; come on it’s going to happen; you’re so close, just get there” can overwhelm your brain, making you miss the mark every time (or result in a mediocre orgasm). The best way to start your journey towards the big O is actually take climaxing off the table. Don’t worry about getting to the end, just enjoy the ride.
Being in the moment during sex instead of driving towards a goal will make greater strides in your quest to orgasm than you think. Sex Coach Pam Costa shares her first experience letting go of her quest and how mind-blowing it became in her Down to There blog…
We’ve all heard the term renaissance man, but what about renaissance woman? On today’s show, Emily is joined by TV personality, model, fitness guru, & creator and host of The Naked Mom podcast Brooke Burke-Charvet, the woman who does it all, to talk about well… how she does it all!
You’ve done it! After a few nights out with your new love interest, you’ve successful made it all the way to the bedroom. Things are getting hot and heavy as you continue to passionately make out with your partner. It’s completely dark. You dance your way onto the bed, getting a little lost in the moment. You’re right on the edge of the bed, so close to engaging in activities you’ve been dreaming up all evening. Here’s the challenge: getting your partner undressed. Why? You see by touching with your hands– you’re blind.
Q: Dear Emily,
After being with a few guys, I’ve noticed that it doesn’t matter the size of a guy’s penis or where we’re having sex—whether it be the couch, floor, or bed—but if I’m on top of him, his penis is always slipping out! It’s usually when it’s getting good, and I probably get carried away, but my question is: Am I doing something wrong? And how do I stop it from slipping out?
The age old saying is true: you’re only as old as you feel. The same rings true when it comes to your sex life! On today’s show, Emily is joined host of the Unfiltered podcast, mom, and entrepreneur Brandi Glanville, and the two definitely feel young about sex and dating.
June, in addition to being a month where you suddenly discover that you actually have friends who wear jorts, is also Pride month. As a community, we’ve got a lot to be proud of– marriage equality, increased visibility, new protection laws. All of this is well and good and worth wearing rainbow booty shorts (or jorts as the case may be) for.
But as a gay man, the road to being proud of myself, accepting myself and loving myself, hasn’t been an easy one. Especially when it comes to sex. Continue Reading