The concepts of marriage and monogamy have been around for ages, but does that mean they’re right for us all? On today’s show, Emily is joined by Tao Ruspoli, writer and director of his new film Monogamish, to talk about how relationships have evolved and expanded.
We all know location matters when it comes to things like Tinder and Pokemon Go, but what about sex itself? From food and customs to art and language, these factors play a big role in cultural differences among every country’s routine. That said, it makes sense certain sensual trends tend to flourish more in certain areas than others.
Since August is “alternative sex” month, we’re taking a quick trip around the globe to explore the top trends in pleasure protocol—some of which may surprise you!
The barbecues, picnics and fireworks from the Fourth of July may be long gone, but celebrating our independence and personal freedom is something all of us should do the entire year round. Freedom from a bad job, freedom from an awful relationship, or maybe just free from old thoughts and behaviors that no longer work. When it comes to sex, there’s a lot of freedom that should also be celebrated. We are lucky to live in a time in America when– regardless of gender, sexuality or preference– everything and anything is accessible and slowly, but surely, becoming less taboo.
Having the courage to ask questions shows that you care about improving your life; whether it’s your love or sex life, you’ve identified something that just isn’t going right, and you want it to be better. On today’s show, Emily is answering all of your quandaries to help give you the knowledge you need for a life full of loving—both in and out of the bedroom.
Couples everywhere have been haunted by images of what the traditional, monogamous relationship should look like. You know, boy meets girl, they fall in love, stay together forever and have babies; The End.
While this idea reflects the majority of relationships out there, it isn’t the only option. An alternative, known as an open relationship, has existed alongside monogamous relationships for quite some time now. Continue Reading
From a velcro wall to your bedroom, it’s no secret that Sportsheets has taken the sex world by storm. In today’s show, Emily and Menace are joined by CEO and founder of Sportsheets, Tom Stewart. With Tom as their guide, they unpack the evolution of the revolutionary bondage brand, in addition to providing you with you ample advice to satisfy all your carnal curiosities! Continue Reading
Some sex questions are harder to ask than others, but have no fear! In today’s show, Emily tackles a few of your most taboo sex questions and provides judgement-free guidance to quell your concerns.
In the latest podcast Emily and Menace are talking all about pushing the boundaries of your relationship. Whether or not you’re wondering if your friends-with-benefits situation will ever become something more, questioning if you should introduce your true love to swinging, or concerned about how to acquaint a new partner with your favorite sex toy- this show is for you. Emily is here to give you her tried and true advice!
Looking for a surefire way to escape the friendzone, want to know how to escape a dead end relationship? Curious about what kind of accessories you’ll need to handle a partner that squirts? This podcast has it all. Plus, Menace and Emily talk about their newfound love for the beach and debate a character from their past- “Captain Erotica.”
Swingers Holli and Michael from Playboy Radio’s SWING share everything about living sexy— The swingers parties, dealing with jealousy, and of course the sex.
Almost everyday someone asks me, “so what’s the deal with swingers?” No, they don’t all have ponytails, and they aren’t all “crazy.” Unless your definition of crazy is having open communication with your partner, and admitting that monogamy doesn’t always work for you. Swingers put everything out in the open— they share their fantasies with their partner, ask for consent before trying to have sex with someone, and tell their partner everything. Continue Reading