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
On this week’s Sex With Emily podcast, Emily welcomes New York native, sex & relationship therapist, author, and television personality Dr. Chris Donaghue to discuss some common questions in sexuality and intimacy. Is it okay to be a little extra kinky? What is normal (sexually speaking)? Together, they go in depth about our sociosexual obsession with being “normal,” and brief us on the importance of sexual deprogramming. Dr. Chris talks about his new book Sex Outside The Lines and how he got into sex therapy, not to mention his TURN ONS and TURN OFFS.
There is a new reality show out called, “Big Women, Big Love.” It’s about plus-sized women looking for love. Not surprisingly, the women featured on the show have a difficult time trying to date in a society where thin and ultra thin is “in vogue”, and it doesn’t look like that will change anytime soon.
Are your issues with self-esteem and body-image weighing down your sex drive?
In this show, Emily addresses some of these key sex-killing issues, and shares tips to help you get your sex life right back where you want it. Special guest Alex Jamieson, author of the book Women, Food and Desire, stops by the studio to weigh in on the curious relationship between body image, diet and desire, for both men and women. Continue Reading
Tonight’s show marks a couple of very important firsts: It is Emily’s first time in a Santa Hat (gasp) and it is the first official Loveline/Sex With Emily crossover podcast. Can you handle it?
Emily is joined by Dr. Drew Pinsky and Mike Catherwood, the dynamic hosts from the popular syndicated radio show Loveline, to talk sex, relationships and Loveline over the years! Together they address a variety of topics, including marriage, pornography and the impact Tinder is having on our sex lives. They also give advice to a listener suffering from a shattered self-confidence.
Today’s show teaches you how to feel better about yourself, paving the way to stronger self-confidence and a better sex life.
Emily is joined by Elle Chase, a sex educator and leader in the body-positive movement. From her award-winning Tumblr to her popular sex class “Big Beautiful Sex”, Elle is all about helping men and women feel sexy at any size. Together, she and Emily explore the topics of body image, erotica and the importance of self-love, and provide tips you need to get the sex life you’ve always dreamed of.