When most of us think of September, our minds automatically jump to Back to School. And it’s understandable! For most of our young lives, September marked a month for new beginnings and new learning. Sure, the days of Pre-Algebra and Post-Revolutionary American History may be long gone for us, but September is and always will be a great time to learn new things…. Like how to have better sex, for example. And the first step to having an amazing sex life is confidence!
We’re ending Anal Sex Month with a bang and revving you up for Back to Sexual Confidence Month! In today’s show, Emily is joined by punk rock porn darling Joanna Angel to give you tips on a plethora of sex and relationship predicaments. Continue Reading
In today’s show, Emily and Menace are joined by surprise guest Woody from the Woody Show! Together, the three tackle a range of sex and dating topics that are definitely NSFR: Not Safe For Radio. Continue Reading
No matter where we’re at in our sex life, we could all use a push to be little better. Lucky for you, this show is packed with tips on how to grow, both as a lover and a dater. Emily and co-host Anderson help listeners navigate their most troubling coital concerns and drop some helpful sex tips along the way. Continue Reading
Casual sex is all but a given in today’s hookup culture, but a lot of women still walk away from a one-night stand feeling far from satisfied. It’s not because they’re secretly hoping for every tumble to turn into a full-blown relationship. The fact is that 70 percent of Americans have had at least one night of passion with a stranger, but only 22 percent of women report achieving orgasm during these encounters. That’s a lot of ladies left wanting! Continue Reading
On this podcast, Emily welcomes guest and fellow sexologist Amy Jo Goddard to talk about her new book Woman On Fire: 9 Elements to Wake Up Your Erotic Energy, Personal Power & Sexual Intelligence. Together, they delve deep into the concepts of sexual desire, empowerment and of course, share a few expert sex tips! Continue Reading
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?
It’s the iconic bedroom movie scene: sexual tensions are rising, but before things get hot and heavy, the beautiful dame has to go “freshen up.” Everyone knows she’s going to come back in a super hot outfit that will make the unsuspecting hunk go crazy! But what we don’t often stop to think about is how the garter-wearing heroine might be feeling underneath her silk and lace attire… My bet is, pretty freaking sexy.
Despite what you may think, lingerie isn’t just for men. Yes, it provides them with both visual and sexual pleasure, but it also makes us ladies feel sexier and empowered. Wearing lingerie can be an easy way to spice up things in the bedroom, but even if you’re single, it can be a great self-esteem booster to help you feel good about yourself, and proud of what you’ve got. Continue Reading
I have a question regarding sex with my fiancé. We really only have sex on the weekends, maybe once or twice on Saturday or on Sunday morning. He works long hours and is often very tired after work, and he has stated on multiple occasions that he doesn’t feel like having sex when he is tired. Personally, I would love to be getting busy more often, but I always end up feeling like he’s just not into it.
Recently I brought up these feelings to him and he admitted that he is often too tired to initiate sex, but he wouldn’t turn me down if I got things started. He has always been the initiator in our relationship, so I know it’s my turn to make the first move, but I’m having trouble getting things started. How can I get better at initiating sex?
On today’s Best Of podcast from 2013, Emily talks sexual confidence and charm with dating coach and Art of Charm co-founder Jordan Harbinger. Whether you’re looking to expand your social network, increase the success of your business ventures, or blossom into the ladies’ man you always knew you could be, Jordan gives step by step advice to help achieve your gentlemanly goals. Continue Reading