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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!

 

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As summer draws to a close, Alternative August is just getting started. You still have weeks to schedule unbridled passion and the best sex of the year. Over the summer months, many activities vie for your attention, from super hero films to camping trips. But if you’ve yet to find a blockbuster that thrilled you or a sightseeing trip that wowed you, it’s time to feast your eyes on exhibitionist and voyeuristic action in the bedroom!

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August is a great month. Even though the heat can be staggering and there are no major holidays, August is Alternative Sex month. This very sexy theme is basically an open invitation to explore you and your partner’s unique desires in any and every way possible. Alternative Sex month is also a great way to rally around awareness about alternative sex in general. For many people, alternative sex is their everyday choice for sexual expression. But while “Alternative Sex” month sounds immediately amazing, it’s still a relatively new terminology and monthly festivity. To kick off the month, Sex with Emily wants to give you the inside scoop on what alternative sex is all about. The why, what, hows and wows we outline here will help you embrace alternative sex in its many forms!

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top 10 fetishesMost people just want to know if they fall on the sexually “normal” spectrum, typically to justify what’s going through their mind when they are fantasizing. The truth is, there is no normal when it comes to sex; the only constants are diversity and variation, because we are all different in our sexual desires! As long as there’s mutual consent and satisfaction with your partner, it really doesn’t matter what you chalk up to normal. Continue Reading