May is a special month. With so many great holidays, it can be hard to decide which one is the best of them all. The best part about May is the holiday that lasts all month long. It’s International Masturbation Month!
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It used to be common knowledge that the sun revolved around the Earth, but thanks to science, we’ve learned how wrong that idea was. A more common idea in today’s age is that men and women should take the same amount of time to orgasm. Sorry ladies and gents, but just like the sun doesn’t revolve around the Earth, science has shown us that men orgasm a lot quicker than women. The cool thing about science, though? You can always beat it… With more science!
A post shared by Emily Morse (@sexwithemily) on Mar 8, 2017 at 10:48am PST Newsflash ladies: Our bodies are literally hardwired for pleasure! There’s no reason we can’t have as many —if not more— orgasms than our male counterparts. In honor of International Women’s Day, here are a few tips to help you be bold & take back your orgasm…
No matter how connected we feel to our partners, sometimes we fall out of sync when it comes to the bedroom. You’re going one way, he/she is going the other, and it seems like no one is getting to where they need to go. Just because your rhythms are off right now, doesn’t mean you can’t get back on the same page. Enter Promescent!
Sex is like driving. To get going, you need to get turned on and warmed up, getting from point A (arousal) to point B (Pleasure-town). Sex, however, is the one ride where you’ll want to take the scenic route instead of the shortcut. Sometimes though, excitement gets the best of us, and well… The destination was reached way too soon. In fact, your partner might have gotten left back at the 2nd pit stop. As devastating as this can be, it happens. There is a way to get you back on the right
Another hard day at work for the Sex With Emily team… Emily and Producer Madison demonstrate Sportsheets’ amazing G-Spot Link, with a little guidance from CEO and founder Tom Stewart.
Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult to orgasm at the same exact time as your partner, but as long as you both get what you need, it doesn’t matter if they necessarily match up. Sometimes, that alone is hard enough to achieve. We’ve all been there; we’re having amazing sex with our partners, coming so close to that big orgasmic crescendo only to be cut short by a premature release. Whether we were on the receiving or giving end of this, it can be kind of a bummer.