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Dr. Emily Morse shares her expertise on sex, relationships and everything in between! Submit your questions to Emily by emailing feedback@sexwithemily.com. For more sexy fun, including blogs, photos, videos or to stream this show, visit sexwithemily.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Continue Reading >>
Dr. Emily Morse shares her expertise on sex, relationships and everything in between! Submit your questions to Emily by emailing feedback@sexwithemily.com. For more sexy fun, including blogs, photos, videos or to stream this show, visit sexwithemily.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. << Show Less
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It’s Open (Relationship) Season w/ Dr. Wednesday Martin Let’s talk about non-monogamy! In the nearly two decades since I’ve been doing the show, I’ve never gotten so much interest in this topic as I am right now. Which is why I’m joined today by cultural anthropologist Dr. Wednesday Martin, who in addition to researching non-monogamy for her books and articles, has first-hand experience opening up her own marriage. On today’s episode, Wednesday reveals what modern sex research shows about female sexuality and long-term, monogamous relationships: a woman’s desire typically wanes between year 1 to 4. In addition, Wednesday and I discuss the difference between non-monogamy, swinging and polyamory, how to go about finding a partner outside of your primary relationship, how to set rules, and the surprising ways opening up improved her own partnership. Show Notes:More Wednesday Martin: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YoutubeUntrue by Wednesday Martin7 Myths of Non-MonogamyFeeldOpening Up by Tristan TaorminoOpen Monogamy: A Guide to Co-Creating Your Ideal Relationship Agreement by Tammy NelsonThe Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual PossibilitiesOpen Deeply: A Guide to Building Conscious, Compassionate Open RelationshipsCrazy on the Inside: A Memoir of Nobody SpecialPolysecure: Attachment, Trauma and Consensual Non MonogamyThe Anxious Person’s Guide to Non-Monogamy: Your Guide to Open Relationships, Polyamory and Letting GoMore Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Snippet of Sex with Emily: Virtual Dating in the New Normal Dr. Emily answers questions about dating virtually - what to include in your online profile and how to make the first move. She urges singles be active on dating apps, pick-up lines and funny banter can do a lot more than some might think.
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It’s Open (Relationship) Season w/ Dr. Wednesday Martin Let’s talk about non-monogamy! In the nearly two decades since I’ve been doing the show, I’ve never gotten so much interest in this topic as I am right now. Which is why I’m joined today by cultural anthropologist Dr. Wednesday Martin, who in addition to researching non-monogamy for her books and articles, has first-hand experience opening up her own marriage. On today’s episode, Wednesday reveals what modern sex research shows about female sexuality and long-term, monogamous relationships: a woman’s desire typically wanes between year 1 to 4. In addition, Wednesday and I discuss the difference between non-monogamy, swinging and polyamory, how to go about finding a partner outside of your primary relationship, how to set rules, and the surprising ways opening up improved her own partnership. Show Notes:More Wednesday Martin: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YoutubeUntrue by Wednesday Martin7 Myths of Non-MonogamyFeeldOpening Up by Tristan TaorminoOpen Monogamy: A Guide to Co-Creating Your Ideal Relationship Agreement by Tammy NelsonThe Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual PossibilitiesOpen Deeply: A Guide to Building Conscious, Compassionate Open RelationshipsCrazy on the Inside: A Memoir of Nobody SpecialPolysecure: Attachment, Trauma and Consensual Non MonogamyThe Anxious Person’s Guide to Non-Monogamy: Your Guide to Open Relationships, Polyamory and Letting GoMore Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
All About Anal Have you ever tried anal play? Anal sex? Because if not, here’s my question to you…what’s holding you back?For most folks, the answer is fear. We’re scared it will hurt, scared that we don’t know what we’re doing, scared we’ll feel ashamed if we just so happen to love it. That’s why I’ve got two of the anal pleasure experts on the show today, to help demystify and destigmatize anal play, and help you open up yet another pathway to pleasure. Dr. Evan Goldstein and Alicia Sinclair talk to me about anal orgasms (not a myth), the importance of anal training, how to prepare hygienically, and how to strengthen the mind-booty connection for a successful, erotic anal experience. Show Notes:Anal Play: A Beginner's Guide OR Prostate Play 101More Evan Goldstein: Website | Instagram | Bespoke Surgical | Future MethodMore B-vibe: Website | Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Babe, Let’s Talk About Our Sex Life If you’ve never talked about your sex life with your partner before, there’s a good chance they’ll push back. Why? Because most of us go into fight or flight mode when talking about sex: it’s not normalized in our culture, we get defensive, we feel like we’re being criticized. But never fear – you can create a culture of sex communication in your relationship, one talk at a time. Be the change, is what I’m saying.On today’s hotline show, I take your calls about having a sex talk. Like: telling your wife you want her to massage your prostate. Or telling a partner you want your vanilla sex to be a little spicier. How to relax into oral and give your partner tips to make you scream, and how to tell your partner: “you know what? I need to be seduced a little before we jump into penetration.” If we can talk about sex like we talk about dinner, everyone wins! So take a listen to this episode, and see if your next sex talk isn’t a little bit easier. Show Notes:Embodied is The New Sexy: 5 Benefits of Living a Radically Embodied Life A+ Oral Sex for VulvasEverybody Loves OralAsk Emily: How Do I Better Enjoy Oral Sex? Mind-Blowing Oral Sex in Under 5 Minutes: The Kivin Method See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Break Your Bad Dating Habits Do you always have sex on the the first date? Do you always swipe right on people who aren’t good for you? What are your bad dating habits – and how can you break them?I asked you to tell me what negative dating patterns you’re trying to change, and you all delivered! On today’s show, I’m addressing your top dating problems so we can solve them together. Having sex too soon, trying to “fix” less-than-ideal partners, fear of asserting yourself, having misaligned expectations, the tendency to audition people for the role of life partner – we’re covering it all, so you can feel empowered with new partners and have an amazing time with existing partners. Show Notes:Ask Emily: Tips for French Kissing Am I Dating a Narcissist? w/ Dr RamaniHow to Not Die Alone w/ Logan UryOrgasms and Oral (No Penetration Required) More About EMDR Therapy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ejaculate Responsibly w/ Gabrielle Blair When it comes to sex, why was the world set up so that vulva owners are the ones in charge of preventing a pregnancy? That’s the central question of a Twitter thread that went viral in 2018, and on today’s show I’ve got Gabrielle Stanley Blair, the author of that thread – and a forthcoming book, Ejaculate Responsibly – here to talk about it. I’m also joined by anthropologist, author, and my dear friend Dr. Wednesday Martin, to unpack this fascinating topic. In a post-Roe world, Gabrielle is calling for a wholesale shift in the way we think about pregnancy prevention: namely, by inviting penis owners and their bodies into the conversation. On today’s show, we talk condoms and sexual pleasure, how society pressures vulva owners to become mothers, how to talk to young men about ejaculating responsibly, why MORE sex ed leads to LESS unwanted pregnancies, and why Gabrielle – mother of six and a Mormon – is passionate about arguing that women’s lives matter, and so does their pleasure. Show Notes:More Gabrielle Blair: Instagram | Twitter | Website Gabrielle’s Viral Twitter ThreadMore information about her forthcoming book: Ejaculate ResponsiblyMore Dr Wednesday Martin: Instagram | Twitter | Website The Secret to Better Sex? Talking About It See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Talkin’ Sex w/ My Therapist Dr Anadel Barbour Anxiety, depression and low self-worth all block our sexual pleasure. But on a more fundamental level, they block us from showing up in the world the way we’d like: as confident, happy, sexy people. That’s why I invited my own therapist, Dr. Anadel Barbour, to talk to us through healing those intrusive thoughts. If you’re ready, your internal work starts today. On this best-of episode, Dr. Barbour and I discuss EMDR therapy, the four foundations of mindfulness, how to physically move through trauma, healing shame, and how to know if you’re in constant fight or flight. We also touch on sex and pain, and mindfulness in and out of the bedroom. If you’ve ever considered therapy but are on the fence about it, I hope this episode gives you some encouragement – because healing emotional wounds can truly transform your sex life.Show Notes:More Dr Anadel Barbour: Website | Instagram | Twitter Sex In Sobriety by Dr Anadel BarbourMore About EMDR TherapyOvercoming 4 Common Sex Fears See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Honeymoon Sex 4ever Ah, weddings. So ceremonial. So floral. After two years of postponements and cancellations, IRL weddings are back – but are all those newlyweds talking about their sex life? They probably should be! Married sex is full of tired, toxic cliches that I’m personally ready to bust. We don’t have to settle for absent or boring sex as we grow old together. So on today’s episode, I’m making the case for writing your sex vows before you walk down the aisle, helping you recreate honeymoon sex if you’ve been married for ages, and giving you a lay of the land culturally-speaking on how we’re thinking about sex and relationships now. Plus, I take your questions: how to navigate bisexuality in a straight marriage, what it means if you find yourself jealous at your friend’s weddings and how to bring back the spark…when the spark was a little dim in the first place. Show Notes:Ask Emily: Tips for French Kissing The Yes No Maybe ListThe Pleasure PlannerHingeBumbleFeeld#OpenFetLifeSkirt Club See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Best of: No Shame, Just Sex w/ Erin Tillman What cultural or religious programming do you have around sex? Even if you didn’t grow up in a church, sexual shame is – in so many ways – the air we breathe. But here’s the reality: you didn’t put those thoughts there. Someone else did. And on today’s show with guest Erin Tillman, we’re calling out those judgmental messages, and choosing the sex messaging that actually serves us. The result? A radically more authentic, more liberated sex life.As an inclusive dating coach, Erin is no stranger to shame – and she’s heard it all from her clients. Whether it was that one rude thing a partner said that haunted you for years, or a parent that told you masturbation was dirty, shame love to hide in the shadows…and hold you back in the bedroom. So on today’s show, Erin and I talk about how we healed our own sexual shame, dropped performative sex, and got comfortable with the word “no.” You’ll also learn the difference between “no” and “not yet” when it comes to dating, how to make good choices on dating apps, and how to flip your internal shame script.Show Notes:More Erin Tillman Website | Twitter | InstagramYes No Maybe List See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Orgasms & Oral (No Penetration Required) It’s a good time to expand our definition of sex. At the end of the day, sex is play for adults: it’s where we collaborate with another person, creating a momentary world of pleasure and eroticism with them. But so often, we assume that sex equals penetration, and here’s the problem with that: not everyone orgasms during penetration. Not everyone feels erotic during penetration! So let’s make sex more interesting and exploratory, shall we?On today’s show, I’m talking up all the different types of non-penetrative sex – like mutual masturbation, sensual massage, toys, hand stuff – to help you break out of a conventional sex script, and have sex that’s more tailored to your personality and desires. Because you never have to take penetration off the table entirely…but what would happen if you took it off the table for a little while? (Hint: probably more orgasms.) Show Notes:Prostate Play 101Want to Try a Sex Cleanse? Penis Problems, Solved Shop with Emily4 Ways to Close The Orgasm GapFirst Date, First Orgasm, First Threesome See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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