696e5caaa5a2cd4c9617641a61ac62c7Happy 4th of July weekend, everybody!

How time flies… It seems like just yesterday, I was advising you on how to sex up the most popular couples’ holiday of the year (thank god Valentine’s Day has passed, am I right?)

Now we have reached another important landmark, but this one has an entirely new twist. Because instead of lighting off bottle rockets at BBQ’s to commemorate yet another couple-heavy holiday, we are instead celebrating the anniversary of a historical UNcoupling. Continue Reading


Did your high school sex ed class leave a lot to be desired? Good news: Even though Adult Sex Ed Month is coming to an end, it’s never too late to pick up where your freshman health teacher left off!

Head over to the Sex With Emily Instagram NOW and leave a comment telling me what you wish you learned in high school sex ed for a chance to win a smart and sexy Mystic Wand vibrator by Vibratex. Can’t wait to hear from you…

 

539fbfb54bd79_-_cos-01-couple-having-vampire-sex-deThe summer solstice has finally arrived, bringing with it a glimpse of what we can expect for the hot, sweat-filled couple of months ahead of us. Not every place succumbs to the dry heat, blaring sun, and huge hikes in their air conditioning bills, but places like Southern California know these characteristics all too well. When it comes to describing great sex, we like to use words like hot and steamy to show how turned on we are. The summer air, however, is bringing an unfortunate literalness to the those warm-weather adjectives.

Try as you might to fight the heat, you may feel the need to cool your sex down during these months. Maybe you stop using blankets, keep all the lights off, or stand right next to the A/C unit to give yourselves that cool relief. You could lower the temperature, or… You could embrace the warmth, and make it a part of your sexy time routine! That’s right, I’m talking heat play. Continue Reading

best-orgasms-casual-or-committed-relationshipDear Emily,

About 5 years ago, I had a casual sex relationship with a man and it was the best sex I’ve ever had. We went on a few dates, but there was no intellectual connection. Fast forward to now: I broke up with my boyfriend about a month and a half ago and recently texted my old booty-call asking if he is single. Now, I know we don’t have a connection, we will never have a relationship and we’ve both said we’re over the casual sex thing. However, I haven’t been physically satisfied for over five years with anyone except for him.

So my question is: what are the rules here? Will I be using him if I just want sex? I know he probably wouldn’t have a problem with it, but if we are both trying to find something “real”, is this all a waste of time?

Much Love,
Mixed Up in the Midwest Continue Reading

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