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5 Reasons Why You Should Read “I Take You” by Eliza Kennedy

Have you met Lily Wilder? You should. She’s the seriously funny, seriously sex-driven, and seriously flawed protagonist of the novel I Take You by Eliza Kennedy, which is on sale starting today. Here are five reasons why you should pick up a copy right now… 1. I Take You is a straightforward look at female […]

Blog Snog: The 29 Steamiest Movie Sex Scenes of All Time

YourTango: Do women have the right to expect chivalry from men? Pop Sugar: The 29 steamiest movie sex scenes of all time. The Frisky: Apparently having sex ruins a young girl’s character, according to prom posters in Wisconsin. Nerve: What is that post-sex “glow” that is so obvious, anyway? 150 Shades of Play: Got spring fever? Embrace your inner […]

Wedding Gift Idea: Intimate Art Kit

This has been around for a few years, but the unique product launching site The Grommet just re-featured it in a recent newsletter: The Love Is Art Kit — a way for couples to make abstract art with their naked bodies while they get it on. Jeremy Brown, the South African-born artist who’s created the kit, has been […]

Favorite Podcast: Love + Radio

photo of Ceara Lynch via Love + Radio Ever since Serial, we’ve been looking for a new podcast addiction. And we’ve finally found it in Love + Radio, a podcast from PRX’s Radiotopia.fm, which describes itself as “a collective of the best story-driven shows on the planet.” The stories that drive “Love + Radio” are compelling, […]

Understanding Bruce Jenner as a Genderbread Person

This past Friday, Diane Sawyer interviewed Bruce Jenner for 20/20, and she received rave reviews for her respectful approach to the topic of transgenderism. It was a refreshing conversation, especially after so many months of tabloid headlines about what Jenner looks like in a dress, and whether or not Jenner will keep his* penis. In […]

Blog Snog: First Pic from “Fifty Shades Darker”

photo via Access Hollywood Pop Sugar: First image from “Fifty Shades Darker” is here (tho not sure how without a director). YourTango: How to raise a bitch. The Frisky: 10 ways to rebuff or rebound from the Bad Boy (according to Don Draper’s exes). Nerve: Looking back at 1960′s EROS magazine creator Ralph Ginzburg’s obscenity trials. 150 Shades […]

30th Anniversary of One of the Most Romantic Movies Ever Made

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Merchant-Ivory production, A Room with a View, which won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay in 1985 (along with best art direction and costume design) and introduced many of us to the possibility that mainstream movies could, in fact, have full frontal male nudity. Based on the […]

The Best of #DescribeYourSexLifeInATvShow

We love it when Twitter puts its collective hive mind in the gutter: Today’s top trending hashtag is #DescribeYourSexLifeInATvShow. Here are some of the best: Faking It #DescribeYourSexLifeInATvShow — (@destoomuch) April 21, 2015 Leave it to Beaver #DescribeYourSexLifeInATvShow — Stacey Gaskin (@Stacey_Gaskin) April 21, 2015 #describeyoursexlifeinatvshow naked and afraid — Johnny Hammersticks (@DanielsonKelley) June 19, […]

Sexing Up National Poetry Month

April is National Poetry Month, which means that children across the nation will be forced to pen odes to the color grey, or to their pet, or to some other assuredly G-rated subject. Here at EMandLO.com, we prefer to steam up the windows a bit during National Poetry Month. Sure, poetry can rhyme, it can […]

Blog Snog: Why the Myth of Lesbian Bed Death Persists

photo via Flickr YourTango: 10 brutally honest reasons why women keep dating a-holes. The Frisky: Why the myth of lesbian bed death persists. Pop Sugar: 6 true tales of love on the Titanic. Nerve: Bad sex advice: How to yell at your penis when you can’t get it up. 150 Shades of Play: Got spring fever? Embrace your inner […]