There’s more to safe sex than using protection. Safe sex also involves knowing how to take care of yourself as a sexually active person. And one of the simplest things you can do for your body after sex is to, well, pee. It’s a small action that might feel like an afterthought. But it can make a huge difference!
At Emjoy we celebrate all people, and our community does too! We tested you on what you know about the LGBTQ+ community, and per usual, you didn’t disappoint! We’re so proud of everyone in our community and how much you already know!
Ah, the joy of a kiss. Many a song has been sung about it, and many a poem transcribed. But what, really, is behind a great kiss? Let’s explore this pleasurable act a bit more and discover just why it’s an essential part of our sexual health and wellness.
The results are in! We had you test your knowledge in our Masturbation Quiz and damn, you guys really know your stuff, some of those questions were tricky. But hey, masturbation isn’t just fun and games. It’s our right to pleasure, and it gives us access to knowing what we like so that we can communicate with our partners. It’s healthy, it feels good, and it’s a great way to explore ourselves and build confidence.
If you’re self-conscious about your breasts, you’re not alone. However, you don’t have to feel that way. Easier said than done, right?Body image is a challenge for people of all genders. But for women and people with breasts? We’ve been through the wringer. We hold unrealistic expectations of ourselves, our bodies, and our boobs. And we hold these expectations because we think that they’re required of us.The good news is, nothing is required of our boobs. The bad news is, it can be tough to truly learn this lesson. But it helps to trace our shame and insecurity back to its source. Where did we learn that our body isn’t enough as it is?
Massages are great for improving nonverbal communication as a couple: it strengthens our confidence, breaks the sense of monotony (especially common to long-term relationships), and awakens sensations within us that bring us closer to achieving those intense orgasms. Ohhh, baby! Here are some tips for both giving and receiving the perfect sensual massage that’ll make you feel closer and more connected than ever before.
Menstrual cups have become all the rage lately. As a low-cost, eco-friendly alternative to tampons and pads, they’re a great option for today’s environment-conscious woman or person with a period. But they can also seem intimidating to use if you’ve never tried them. Maybe you’re afraid it won’t work, or worried about using them wrong. Don’t worry––we’ve got you covered! Read up for some tips and tricks on how to use this newfound trend in the world of period products.
What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘seduction’? Perhaps you think of a cougar type femme fatale? Buying a stranger a drink across a crowded bar? Rose petals on a lover’s bed? Or a full outfit of latex with accompanying whips and handcuffs to put a ‘spark’ back into a long term partnership?
If you have worked through the stigma and shame that often surrounds masturbation and pleasure, hats off to you. Culturally, solo sex does not have a great reputation. It often requires work on our part to own our sexuality. Self-pleasure is your right, if you choose to do it.
During the pandemic lockdown, we've learned a lot about our own sexual desires. Masturbation has become a best friend for those of us stuck at home. But where do we go from here? How do we start dating again, or renew our relationships?
It’s May and you know what that means! No not, warm weather, flowers, or allergies. May is National Masturbation Month and there couldn’t be a better way to fight the stigma about solo sex than devoting an entire month to celebrating the art of getting busy with yourself.
Endometriosis has a huge impact on not only your sex life but your sexuality as a whole. Pain during or after sex is one of the most common symptoms of endometriosis, and it can have a lasting effect on your mental health. Not everyone experiences pain during sex, but those who do feel it in a variety of ways. It can range from dull and mild to sharp and excruciating. And for anyone, the experience can be so discouraging.
In this article, we’ll go deeper with self-exploration, non-penetrative anal options, as well as why it’s OK to be not just a receiver but a giver. In each section, we’ll also list the related session in the All About Anal series of the Emjoy app that contains even more information on the topic for you to explore.
We’ve talked about pleasure inequality, but in this article we’re going deeper, with the facts, the figures, and the one thing we need to do to hit the ground running and close the orgasm gap once and for all.
You’ve heard people talk about it. You’ve read a bit about it. Maybe you even know someone who’s done it and enjoyed it.
Why is it hard to understand the difference between gender and sex? Perhaps it’s because your gender is assigned at birth based on the appearance of your sex organs, so it’s easy to think that they’re one and the same. Gender Is A Spectrum
Let’s set the record straight: sex is to be enjoyed. Sex is for pleasure; it is not supposed to hurt. If it does, there’s usually a reason why. And most of the time it’s something that can be fixed! So why do accept painful sex as a part of life?
Period pain and pain during sex are common symptoms of endometriosis.
It’s International Women’s Day (IWD) again, the day where the world comes together to celebrate the “social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.”