When it comes to sex and the way we do it, the possibilities are virtually endless. But many couples can find themselves in the auto-loop cycle of makeout, missionary, mission complete. While reaching climax is certainly an end goal when it comes to sex, it doesn’t have to be the sole purpose of every sexual encounter you have with your partner. Sex is like a sundae; ice cream by itself is a tasty treat, but there are lots and lots of toppings you can add to make it even better.
Think your sex life is already like a fairy tale? Guess what: it can get even better! On today’s show, Emily is joined by Madison and Jamie to talk about ways to elevate your super sex life to even higher levels! Great sex can always be greater, and we here at Sex With Emily want yours to be the greatest.
It’s safe to say that spring has officially sprung. The sun is shining, and the flowers are blooming. It seems only fitting to bring some of that freshness into the bedroom! On today’s show, Emily is joined by Madison and Jamie to talk about all the new sex toys, tricks, and tips that have been the buzz of the SWE office!
Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult to orgasm at the same exact time as your partner, but as long as you both get what you need, it doesn’t matter if they necessarily match up. Sometimes, that alone is hard enough to achieve.
We’ve all been there; we’re having amazing sex with our partners, coming so close to that big orgasmic crescendo only to be cut short by a premature release. Whether we were on the receiving or giving end of this, it can be kind of a bummer. Continue Reading
You’ve been planning for months, scrimping and saving every dime, doing odd jobs and searching for coins in the couch cushions, fantasizing of the day that you can make your escape. It’s time to forget about the water bill and the countless work memos that keep sliding into your inbox; you’re taking your first trip abroad! You want to see it all; the culture, the architecture, the nightlife, and especially, the people.
A survey conducted by Tripadvisor showed that 58 percent of people admitted to hooking up while on vacation. Maybe it’s the sun, maybe it’s the alcohol, or maybe you feel like you just goddamn deserve it.
Whatever your reason, if you’re looking for new experiences under the sun and under the sheets, you aren’t the only one. So sit back, relax, and pack away a few of these tips for hooking up on your overseas journey… Continue Reading
I’ve been listening to your podcast for two years and can’t get enough! Your advice for others has always been spot-on, so now I’ve got a question of my own. I’ve recently started to get serious about dating, and I think I’m finally ready to be in a relationship. I’ve met a couple great guys so far, but there’s one issue I keep getting hung up on: sex. I love sex and am very open, but I think that’s the problem. In the past, I’ve gotten into bed with guys pretty quickly, and it’s never turned into anything real. How long do you recommend dating someone before you start having sex? —Dee
It was the first year of podcasting, and it seemed like an interesting medium even though no one knew what it was (and that hasn’t changed much) but I thought I’d see what it was all about. If I could interview people about my favorite topic all day long and change the world, why not?
I had always been fascinated by relationships and sex. What makes a relationship last? What constitutes amazing sex? Is it possible to have both and if that ever happens, will it last?
I have a concern about something that has been happening when my boyfriend and I have sex. When we are having a longer sex session (past 30 minutes) I’ve noticed that I tend to dry out, even though I was extremely wet a few minutes before. And what’s worse, it becomes extremely uncomfortable. Is it possible that I could run out of my own juices? I mean, I’m only 22! This has really been affecting my sex life, because I take a longer time to orgasm during intercourse, and my boyfriend usually takes a while also. Is this normal? What should I do?