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unconventional couples blog sex with emilyLove comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. In traditional terms, a “couple” usually means a relationship between two people of the opposite sex. But we have a come a long way from that limitation. Gender norms have changed, and new and different lifestyles have become more popular and accepted in the mainstream.

To celebrate National Couples Day, and Alternative August, let’s break down the different types of alternative coupling/relationship styles. 

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Answering your questions about how to have more pleasure is my jam. In this episode, I cover sex without penetration, summer sex tips and mindfulness. I’m joined by my friend and sex educator, Elle Chase. Elle and I get right down to business taking a call from Mike in Arizona who wants to have a threesome (shock!) with his girlfriend, but wants to make sure he sets it up for success. Later, we answer your questions about sex positions for curvier people and what to expect after a hysterectomy. 
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Alternative relationships are more popular than ever so today I’m talking to Miley Manliguis from #OPEN, a new dating app that’s designed for modern relationships – essentially, anything other than monogamy. Maile shares the intimate details about opening up her relationship with her husband after they had a child. She talks about juggling parenting and dating, her boundaries with her husband and how giving birth empowered her to embrace her sexuality more than she ever had. Maile’s an amazing woman. You’re going to love her perspective. 
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sexual compatibility blog sex with emilySexual compatibility is that complex component that can elude even the strongest personal connections.

It has no official definition, and it’s about as easy to explain as quantum physics. It’s elusive! It’s ephemeral! And it’s….very very important for the longevity of your romantic relationship.

Sometimes there’s an immediate spark, and sometimes you have to work at it. And sometimes it’s hard to tell either way. So to help, here are 7 signs of sexual compatibility.

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It’s Alternative August at Sex With Emily and that means I’m focusing on all the alternative ways to be in a “relationship.” Whether you’re open, polyamorous, swinging or you just need new ways to approach a relationship in a pandemic, Alt August is here for you. In this podcast I talk to my guests about their open relationships and how they navigate their boundaries, attraction, and transcend jealousy. 
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closure blog sex with emilyClosure. The elusive beast that we all need at one point or another. Whether it lasted for 10 years, or 10 weeks, putting a period on the end of a relationship is hard.

We talk about closure so much, it’s become a breakup buzz word. But you don’t have to be pulled back into old patterns to get closure. And you don’t have to use it as an excuse to not move on.

You can embrace your independence and give YOURSELF closure, without the help of your ex. Because sometimes, there’s nothing left to do, but spend some time with me, myself, and I.

So how do you give yourself closure?

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Hi, I’m Emily Morse and I used to fake orgasms. Once I understood why I was doing it, and how much more satisfying sex could be for me and my partner, I stopped. I want the same for you. In this episode, we hear from people who have been faking it and how to take back the power of your “O” by learning your body and how to ask for what you need.  
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politics blog sex with emilyIn light of the recent uprising of racial justice protests, the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, the current global pandemic and upcoming election, politics are becoming pretty hard to avoid — especially within our personal relationships.

Political conversations are coming up in all sorts of areas they may not have before. They’re happening on first dates, or even as early as within dating apps. Though seeing someone list a different political party than you may be an immediate swipe left, there are plenty of people out there who are willing to date across political lines.

There are are tons of ways that political beliefs can affect a relationship. And you and your partner might not always be on the same side. So in the spirit of bringing people together, ere are some ways to handle different views with your boo. 

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