This episode of Sex With Emily is about all different kinds of sex. From threesomes to sex with friends to sex with your boyfriend’s friends, Emily guides us through the in’s and out’s of these different sexual endeavors.
On today’s show, Emily welcomes fellow podcaster, television personality, and best-selling author Brandi Glanville. Together, the two get in depth and personal about social media’s influence on the dating world, cell phone etiquette, the correct way to approach a threesome, and of course, SEX!
Forget Christmas, Halloween or Valentine’s Day – My favorite holiday of all time is right around the corner. And here’s the best part, it lasts all month long.
That’s right, self-lovers. May is Masturbation Month, which means you’ve all got 30 days to celebrate with some mind-blowing, toe-curling, self-induced orgasms.
We all know that masturbation is great, but why should we spend an entire month devoted to an activity that usually takes about 15 minutes (or 30, if you’re doing it right)?
In the latest Sex With Emily podcast, we’re tackling some of your most personal sex concerns. How do you take your sexual adventures to the next level? When do you tell your partner about your virginity? Do women REALLY care about circumcision? Emily answers these questions and more in listener emails.
There is an interesting phenomena that happens while you’re online dating. Guys that you think you will never hear from again reappear, and most of the time, it’s months and months later. They’re always expecting that you’ll be free, happy to hear from them, and willing to give them another chance, even though they really don’t deserve one. Yes, this happened to me twice this week.
This classic episode of Sex With Emily is all about breakups. Emily welcomes licensed therapist and author Dr. Rachel Sussman who wrote the book on getting over break ups – No seriously, she wrote a comprehensive guide to ending relationships called The Breakup Bible! Emily and Rachel get into the nitty and gritty of breaking up, plus how to deal with it the RIGHT way and how not to deal with it the WRONG way.