On today’s show, Emily is talking about everything from sex positions to performance in the bedroom to the way our brains work.
I’m not about to tell you to go out and have unprotected sex. In fact, I’m going to do just the opposite. Having safe sex is so important to staying healthy and protecting yourself. You already know that (hopefully).
What you may not know is that, according to the American Sexual Health Association, one in two sexually active people will contract a sexually transmitted disease by the age of 25.
That’s a pretty significant number. If you don’t have an STD (or have never had one), chances are the person sitting next to you does or has at one point.
Ever wonder how the experts improve their own sex lives? In today’s show, Emily and Menace check in with Emily’s Somatica coaches Celeste & Danielle to reflect on her experiences with somatic sex therapy so far. Then it’s on to your emails! Continue Reading
On today’s show, Emily demonstrates her top mantra: communication is lubrication. Emily compiled a list of the most popular questions she gets asked from listeners and teaches communication skills those sticky situations. If communication is a tough subject for you, don’t worry, she give you a script for that.
Subjects include: How do I talk about anal sex?, How do I talk about erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation?”Emily shares the most effective ways to ask for more oral sex and encourages women to be open (and honest) about their orgasms.
So, what do you do if your partner doesn’t want to go down on you? How do you ask a new partner about STIs? And, of course, how do you stay out of the dreaded “friend zone?” Emily explains why you need to approach these touchy situations and how to do it right. Continue Reading
The San Francisco Social held this past Saturday gathered more than 500 young adults at the Fairmont Hotel to raise over $75,000 for Larkin Street Youth Services, an organization helping San Francisco’s youth move beyond street life for over 28 years. Saturday’s crowd was young, hip, tech-savvy, and passionate about giving.