At one point or another, all relationships run into problems. Dating is a battlefield, love is a journey, and today’s podcast is here to help guide you along the sometimes perilous path to relationship satisfaction. Do you and your partner have what it takes to go the distance? Should you stay or should you go? And how do you get over an unexpected breakup?
Sexual confidence is a hard mark to hit for women, whether you’re a size zero or a size fourteen. We put so much pressure on ourselves to look and act a certain way but sexiness is something that starts from inside. It isn’t something that anyone else can give you.
Working at Sex With Emily, there is a constant stream of women – smart, beautiful and talented – who want to know how to feel sexier. The surprising part is that they come from women of all shapes and sizes. We all want to feel like the sexiest lady in the room, and when we don’t, it makes the whole act of having sex feel like faking it. We start to doubt ourselves and our relationships.
In my formative years, when my body made the jump from cute girl to chubby young woman, body confidence itself was a cruel joke. Even after I graduated high school and shed the weight, I never got over that feeling of wanting to hide my body and not feeling sexy in my own skin. No amount of sex or compliments could help me shake it. In fact, I still battle it to this day, and it weighs heavily on my relationship and my sex life. Constantly wondering “Does he find me attractive?” or “Can I really wear this?” or the ever-popular mid-sex thought: “Do I really look sexy from this angle?” are all thoughts that will torpedo your sex drive if you let them.
Good Vibrations – a sex-positive company that specializes in woman-focused, high quality sex toys – launched a campaign called “Sexy At Every Size”. Their aim was to help women everywhere celebrate body-positivity and sexual empowerment for all body types, which I found to be really inspiring.
So in the spirit of sexiness at every size, here are some tips to help you cultivate that much-needed sexual confidence and learn to love the skin you’re in.Read More» Posted by Madison | 0 comments
Dating online has become a favorite pastime for singles everywhere. There’s even a dating site for farmers or those of you seeking a rural partner. Wherever you are, wherever you live and whatever you’re looking for, you can find it online.
I’ve been dating online since I was 18. That was back when most online daters were still hiding in incognito mode, or at least erasing their history because the wonder of Google Chrome’s Incognito didn’t exist yet. Online dating was taboo, it was something people did behind closed doors. Today, if you’re single, you’re probably on a dating website, and you fall in the range between being very open about it and not telling anyone. If you don’t talk about it, the time has come to release yourself from the bondage of online dating secrecy.Read More» Posted by Carolyn B | 0 comments
This week’s podcast is all about relationship and sexual roadblocks and how to move through them so you can have the best life all around. Emily gives advice about which sex toys you must have to start your toy collection, the best erotica, where to find female and couple friendly porn, and remedies for premature ejaculation (including exercises and Promescent!)
Emily and Menace answer (and debate) listener’s questions including: what to if you can’t orgasm with your husband, why women need to dedicate time to masturbation, virgin etiquette, sex in the workplace and why you shouldn’t google someone before a first date (even though you’ll probably do it anyway.)
On today’s show Emily sits down with Garren James, the founder of Cowboys4Angels, a male escort service for straight women. The service has become so successful that Showtime’s hit series Gigolo is based on his business.
Why would women pay for a date with a hot, hunky, educated man? The service is for straight, successful, busy women who are looking for the “boyfriend experience” on their time and their terms. Garren explains that it’s not about sex, it’s about companionship with a man who knows exactly how to treat a woman right.