Sex toys—we love them because they help us love ourselves. They are like your genitals’ best friends! If your best friend was dirty, you’d tell them to take a shower (or at least I hope you’d give them that courtesy), so why don’t we treat our sex toy pals with the same respect? Continue Reading
On this show, Emily and Anderson discuss the do’s and dont’s of dating, and explore how to meet the right person no matter what your experience level. Emily also helps a listener take her BJ skills to new heights with an imaginative oral sex hack. Continue Reading
For us males, the equivalent of this hidden gem would be the prostate, or the P-spot. It’s no secret that a man’s prostate can stimulate his sex organ in unspeakable ways, and eventually lead to an explosive climax. Enter the Black Pearl from Vibratex. If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then the Black Pearl is most definitely a guy’s best friend. A gentle-yet-powerful male vibrator, the Black Pearl places the stimulation right where you need it most. “X” most certainly marks the spot!
On this throwback show from 2013, Emily and Menace dissect the ever-changing dating rituals of love and sex in the 21st century. From the explosion of dating apps to the the birth of the sidechick, they weigh in on the positive and negative effects of these new trends on our collective dating psyche and success. Continue Reading
We all have that one pair of jeans, top, or outfit that fits us just so incredibly perfectly, it hugs your body like it was designed for you. That’s the case for what goes on your body, but what about what goes in? Is this something you’ve ever thought about with a sex toy? I hadn’t… until recently. With one simple twist, the Rave by We-Vibe seems like it was made to perfectly align with my g-spot because well… it was. Most of you women out there (and men) will agree that this is no easy feat, but thanks to the Rave’s asymmetrical design, my g-spot has been feeling more than fine. Continue Reading
Most 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