With the holidays just around the corner, it’s the time of the season to think of our loved ones… or lack thereof, as the case may be. So to help you get to where you want to be in your love and sex life, Emily and Producer Madison are taking to your emails and answering some of your top sex and relationship questions on today’s show.
To sext or not to sext? That is the question… At least, it used to be. These days, it seems like everyone has a naughty text or two stored in their inbox and according to recent research, this assumption is not far off. One 2015 study in particular surveyed 870 Americans, 88% of whom admitted to sexting at least once in their life. And these weren’t just millennials!
With the rise in dating apps and social media, it’s no surprise that sexting has become a pivotal part of the mating process. When done correctly, sexting can be seen as the modern-day equivalent of a steamy love letter, minus the debilitating hand cramp (Unless of course… Well, you know!) But send the wrong sext to the wrong person and you’ll be forever saved in their mind as awkward, offensive or downright skeezy.
So how do you know if your sexually explicit message will be received with a sizzle or returned with a restraining order? The success of any sext comes down to two important factors: content and context. What are you sexting? Why are you sexting it? And who are you sending sexually explicit messages to?Read More» Posted by Madison | 0 comments
Today’s podcast is all about getting what you want in the bedroom and in the dating world. Whether you’ve been running into blowjob barriers, having sex position problems or dating drawbacks, Emily has the advice you need to turn your sex, relationship and dating luck around.
I’m recording the Sex With Emily podcast LIVE at CatalystCon with sex therapist and sex professor Hernando Chaves We’re breaking down the hardest questions we get asked! Stay tuned and look out for the show on iTunes on Tuesdays and Fridays!Posted by Lauren | 0 comments
Do you really want to send that nude selfie? If you don’t want the “The Fappening” happening to you, you better tune in. Emily and Samantha Schacher from Dr. Drew HLN dive right into the mass exposure of A-List celebrity nude pictures hacked from the cloud and what we can all learn from this debacle.
With our heads buried in our phones, have we become social media zombies? Samantha tells the story of how she literally ran smack dab into her husband when they first met, but if she had been on her phone, she might have missed the encounter all together.
Samantha gives sage advice about tough times, dry spells and how to keep the passion alive in marriage, even when you own a business together. Sometimes fighting is a necessity to reach the next level of intimacy in your relationship.
Social media is here to stay but how is it affecting your relationships?. In the studio tonight is freelance writer Annie Daly who lends her expertise on sex, dating, health and millennial trends for New York Post, Women’s Health, SELF, Elle, Shape, Health and Time Out New York to name a few.
Emily and Annie talk about why social media does matter (even if you dislike it), Generation Validation and the rules of online dating. But first, will Anderson give up what he’s learned from Sex With Emily that’s made his wife happy in the bedroom?