On today’s show, Dr. Emily is joined by master certified life coach Kara Loewentheil to talk about her podcast, Unf*ck Your Brain, and how women can be empowered without feeling completely anxious all the time.
Top o’ the morning to ya! It is St Patty’s Day and it’s time to get it on!
Ahhhh St. Patrick’s Day! A day where leprechauns, shamrock, and green beer abounds!
As the world around you goes green, now is the time to get pinched (if you’re into that lol).
This year, you don’t have to go out to a bar, drink yourself silly, and go home and drunk masturbate (although that can be fun, too).
Here are some better ways you can get lucky on St Patty’s Day.
Another day, another fetish spotlight—today’s of which is all about macrophilia.
Drawing from high school Latin classes you definitely remember, you might have a guess as to what the term means. But we’re here to clear the air and give you a detailed run-down of this fetish. To no one’s surprise, macrophilia translates to “lover of large”.
Think Alice and Wonderland, Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, that one episode of I Dream of Jeannie and I think you’ll start to catch my drift.
Back when we had another sequel to the 50 Shades trilogy to look forward to, some of us could at least fantasize about doing some of the steamy things dominant Christian and submissive Anastasia were doing.
This year, if you want to spice up your sex life on Valentine’s day with some BDSM, you’re going to have to DIY without the box office fantasy. This is a good thing, as the movies were problematic anyway as far as proper and ethical BDSM behavior is concerned.
Lucky for you, this article is comin’ in hot! And just in time for the big V day. If you haven’t yet planned and executed a BDSM “scene,” Valentine’s day is the perfect time to do it!
So, let’s get you strapped in, tied down, and focused on the following steps and tips to set up a hot and fun BDSM scene for your Valentine this year.
The questions that get asked the most center around “getting my partner to (insert sexual act here).” The thing is, you’re not going to get your partner to do anything – so let’s get that out of the way.
What you can do, however, is communicate with them in a way to help them see why it is that you want them to (sexual act here).
That’s where the yes/no/maybe lists come in.
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but for humans it’s second nature—especially when it comes to the body. Which is why it’s no surprise that we get a rush from catching someone in an intimate act.
In fact, it’s one of the most common fetishes around. It’s called voyeurism.
Although, as is typically the case, that word can entail many different things. So let’s dive into the real-deal meaning of this particularly sexy scenario.
The holidays can be a rough time of year. You have to save money to buy gifts, plan out dinners for family visits, make accommodations for traveling, all whilst having a cheerful heir about you.
Geez. I’m already ready for a nap. But, there can be use of all this newfound frustration. Channel your inner aggressions towards the place where dreams and orgasms come true— the bedroom. It’s time to have some of that primal, rough, and carnal sex that’s built into our DNA!
Though someone acting hot and cold is a total drag, consensually acting with hot and cold can bring your bedroom routine into a whole new climate. No matter who you are, adding new sensations between the sheets can help you and your partner discover new things about your own bodies and desires.
You can rub an ice cube down your partner’s back or use a heated massage oil. Either way, incorporating temperature play into your sex life is an exciting and arousing way to connect with your partner.
Cosplay (short for “costume play”) isn’t my usual jam, but I recently attended the comic festival Dragoncon in Atlanta. And it was so fun! I dressed up, had a great time, and met really nice, fun, creative people.
Dressing in a costume and seeing other adults in fictional character costumes was a treat. I loved it because I am a big proponent of play in general and of bringing more play in the bedroom.
Our sense of touch is a major part of most sexual fetishes and kinks. We’re tactile creatures, and a lot of us can’t help but be drawn to the smoothness of latex and leather. It’s a fetish with widespread appeal and gain more popularity every day. It’s sexy, sleek, and incorporates fashion in a way that’s utterly fuckable.
Let’s break down the love of latex and leather in this fetish spotlight.