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GCE Blog Sex With EmilyI’ve been hearing the term BDE (Or Big Dick Energy) floating around for a while now. I really like the vibe of it, but the specific definition…not so much.

The idea is that having a “big” dick makes you more confident, calm, and self-assured. But the notion of penis size equating to penis value is an outdated, inaccurate, and hurtful one. It also leaves vulva owners and intersex or genital non-conforming folks out of the fun.

So I propose my own version instead; Genital Confidence Energy or GCE!

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foreplay sex with emily blogFantastic foreplay, is it the missing ingredient for your perfect sexual menu? I get it, sex is fun! It’s hard to wait to enjoy it, and you want to rush to the main course (penetrative sex).

However, foreplay can be just as fun, and perhaps even more so. By the time you’ve finished reading this blog, you’ll be a foreplay champ, and your lovers can thank me later. 

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ask emily dry spell blog sex with emilyDEAR EMILY,

My boyfriend and I have always had frequent, great sex, but right now I’m in a dry spell. We’re having a hard time getting on the same schedule.

When we have sex it’s great, but we never seem to be wanting it at the same time.

I’ve also had another issue: I’ve been getting dry with condoms. It’s making sex uncomfortable and hard to enjoy. Help!

 

Sincerely,

Cathy

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Sex toys and tools are becoming more popular and mainstream every day, and I couldn’t be more thrilled about it.

However, there are still a lot of folks who feel a little threatened by the addition of sex toys to their sex lives.

Which begs the question, are sex toys your best wingmen or your greatest competition?

Today we find out!

 

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sexual health blog sex with emilySeptember is Sexual Health Awareness Month, and we here at Sex With Emily have been celebrating all month long. 

The reason it gets a whole month is because we oftentimes don’t remember to prioritize our sexual health. We don’t know how to talk about it or improve it. So we need to normalize sex this month…without shame or blame.

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