Happy Valentine’s Day! Since all you listeners are like Emily’s extended family, we’re bringing you a bonus show this week, to show how much we all appreciate you.
If sex isn’t on your Valentine’s Day to-do list, it may be time to rewrite the list.
In my opinion, this day of love is a great opportunity to spend as much time in the bedroom exploring your partner’s body in the most romantic – or not so romantic (if that’s what you’re into) ways.
Valentine’s Day may be notorious for stirring up sometimes-contested feelings, but who would have known the only thing more debated is the actual story behind it?
If you thought Valentine’s Day was hard when there was only two of you, where do you turn for tasteful tips when you’re in a thrupple? Or have a spouse and a girlfriend?
If you have a pulse, Valentine’s Day probably gives you anxiety. Singletons feel lonely and like there’s no hope for love.
Maybe you embrace your singleness and celebrate Galentine’s Day, but deep down feel bitter and sad sitting next to that table where some stupid couple with stupid faces is getting engaged.
Guys with girlfriends feel ridiculous pressure to do things right; jewelry? Flowers? Chocolate? All of it? Many women have ridiculous expectations of perfection, setting themselves up for disappointment because they didn’t get a ring.
Who says you need to go out to a fancy restaurant for an overpriced meal to show your true love what they mean to you on Valentine’s Day? Skip the usual Valentine’s crowd and make a reservation for you and your partner at the one place you know there won’t be a crowd: home.
When it comes to gifts, everyone knows that it’s the thought that counts, and getting a little creative is the best way to do that. This Valentine’s Day, don’t just buy your love something and be done with it, make it the inspiration of the night! Have a night of sensation, of exploration, of fantasy.
I don’t know about all of you, but this is a question we at Sex With Emily have spent A LOT of time pondering. You see, every time January rolls around, we go straight from “Happy New Year” into full-on cupid mode. Seriously, you should see Jamie in the little wings—It’s adorable.
My point (and I do have one) is that we make it our business to know as much as we can about dating, relationships, sex and love. So it goes without saying that the renowned “Day of Love” falls into our jurisdiction. Continue Reading
It’s that time of year again! The time when that cutie pie Cupid makes his rounds, leaving a trail of romance — and I think we all know what happens next. Restaurants get packed, giant teddy bears sell out like hotcakes and, come Valentine’s Eve, clothes will be coming off.
These lovely traditions were once necessary ingredients for the perfect V-Day, but these days, it seems like the majority of people are cooking up their plans from scratch… That is, if they’re not saying “screw it” and ordering out. The holiday just isn’t as impressive as it used to be. Now it seems like the day of love is bringing nothing but stress, heartache and the inevitable heartburn that follows the entire box of fudge you ate.