I began having sex at a relatively young age. I was 15 when my boyfriend and I decided we were going to lose our virginities to each other. Well, more like his friends asked when we were finally going to get it over with. Although it may not have come up for a few months if it was never brought to our attention, I was sure (at the time) that this was who I wanted to go through this life event with. Needless to say, that relationship lasted for maybe one more month before it was over.
From that point on, whenever I’d have sex with someone, it would be on their terms and not my own. All I wanted to do was please, because if he was having a good time, so was I… Or at least, I THOUGHT I was. I wasn’t even aware that my own sexual experience was being put on the back burner. I was young, I had no idea what an orgasm felt like, and the guys I was seeing only had their climax in mind. Continue Reading
After listening to your show regularly, I decided that it’s time for me to find my G-spot! Based on your suggestions, I have been trying to pay attention to my body during sex, and I noticed that the spot that feels really good each time my boyfriend thrusts in and out is actually located on the BACK wall of my vagina. I know you always say that the G-spot is located on the FRONT wall, so what am I feeling? Could my G-spot be in the wrong (or a different) place?
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With technology getting more and more advanced, a trip to your favorite sex store can get sort of overwhelming. It seems like there’s a sex toy for literally everything these days, although no one’s really complaining about that. We’ve got vibrators and butt plugs (and vibrating butt plugs!) that can be controlled by cell phones via Bluetooth. If you desire a dildo that thrusts, there’s one out there for you. If you want your clit sucked, there’s even a toy for that, too (shout out to the Womanizer)!
Did your high school sex ed class leave a lot to be desired? Good news: Even though Adult Sex Ed Month is coming to an end, it’s never too late to pick up where your freshman health teacher left off!
Head over to the Sex With Emily Instagram NOW and leave a comment telling me what you wish you learned in high school sex ed for a chance to win a smart and sexy Mystic Wand vibrator by Vibratex. Can’t wait to hear from you…
Emily teaches the team how to move those hips with a little help from the Sugar Pop by Vibratex! Continue Reading
For those of us who have been self-loving for a while, we tend to develop our go-to moves and stick with them. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it—right? WRONG.
Learning how to touch yourself is some of the most important work you can do. And if you think about it, you’re never really done learning. There are so many paths to self-pleasure, you owe it to yourself to explore them all. Continue Reading
Today’s sex toy review show comes with a twist! The Sex With Emily squad takes you through the four main types of orgasms women can experience and shares their favorite toys to help you get there. Continue Reading
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In addition to being a holiday of remembrance, Memorial Day weekend is kind of like the unofficial welcome back party for summer. Over the course of the weekend, we will ceremoniously say goodbye to Pumpkin Spice lattes, Ugg boots and oppressive winter layers, and open our minds to the scintillating possibilities of the summer season. Barbecues, beach trips and warm weather adventures are right around the corner, so why not start the season off with a bang… Literally! Continue Reading
We all love to play with ourselves. In fact, masturbation is probably one of humankind’s most popular approaches to pleasure. It’s cheap, good for you, and pretty easy to pull off (so to speak). But solo sexual stimulation has always lived in the shadow of the “real thing.”
Sadly, masturbation is widely regarded as partnered sex’s less talented understudy… A reluctant last resort. A mere means to an end. Although it still gets you from point “A” to point “O” in the end, the ensuing orgasm has a tendency to feel lackluster without someone to co-opt coaxing it out of you. But it doesn’t have to! Continue Reading