Talking: it saves us and it confounds us. On today’s show, Emily is joined by Menace to help write your sex script for a better time in the bedroom!
It’s safe to say that spring has officially sprung. The sun is shining, and the flowers are blooming. It seems only fitting to bring some of that freshness into the bedroom! On today’s show, Emily is joined by Madison and Jamie to talk about all the new sex toys, tricks, and tips that have been the buzz of the SWE office!
This special “tipsy” edition of Sex With Emily comes at you live, straight from Emily’s living room! She, Menace and the whole team take a drink or two (okay, or three) in hopes of producing the first ever “party” podcast, but it’s not all fun and drinking games—They also go in depth on the topic of ghosting and take the “Sex Question Quickie” Challenge… Well, they do the best they can. Continue Reading
This week, Emily welcomes the three lovely ladies from the LadyGang podcast for an unabashed, no-holds-barred girl talk session. Together, the girls dish on their favorite things to do in the bedroom and share their advice on how to get everything you want from your partner, no matter what relationship stage you happen to be in. Continue Reading
Researchers at The University of British Columbia recently uncovered a dirty little secret to turn men on; fear. Two groups of men were asked to stand on bridges that were lifted 230 ft above sea level. They next had to answer a series of questions given by very provocatively dressed and attractive women. One bridge was unsteady and rickety at best. The other bridge was of sturdy construction. The men perched on the sturdy bridge showed no visible signs of angst when presented with their questions and answered them appropriately and concisely. However, the other group of males had increased signs of anxiety and gave more lurid answers to the women. It seems that fight and flight are not the only two options when presented with dangerous situations. The third option is arousal. Feeling unsteady and panicked can cause a substantial increase in the brain to become more vulnerable; and thus, turned on. We often equate foreplay and fear with whips, floggers, and suspension straps, yet humans have an abundance of stimuli at their anxiety driven back doors. Taking daily worries and anxiety and releasing them in the bedroom can not only create a healthy way of coping with common stressors, but create a whole new facet to the idea of foreplay.