Episode 8: Emily Morse, Changing the World One Orgasm at a Time

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Join us as Beth Crittenden hosts Emily Morse, radio host of ‘Sex with Emily’ podcasts, which were formerly broadcasted on 106.9 free FM in San Francisco. In this insightful interview, Beth and Emily discuss the changing face of relationship, current trends in sexuality such as online dating and sex coaching, and common problems and concerns Emily most frequently fields from callers. For example, Emily speaks about the need to explore with ourselves: "If you’ve got some questions about your sex life, spend some time alone exploring, find out what you like, and then take that public". This episode is packed full of solid practical advice in the arena of sexuality and relationship. When it comes to relationships and sex, as Bob Dylan so eloquently sang, ‘the times they are a-changin’. Join us as Beth and Emily navigate the changing landscapes and discuss life on the cutting edge of letting go of our old model and embracing new possibilities.

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Changing the World One Orgasm at a Time

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Beth Crittenden: Hello everyone and welcome to ‘A Taste of Sex’ guest speaker interviews on Personal Life Media. I am your host Beth Crittenden here from OneTaste™ Urban Retreat Center, and today we have a bit of a turn about is fair play. We have another radio host with us Emily Morse, who has the radio show looking at in San Francisco called ‘Sex with Emily’ on 1069 free FM. Welcome to the show Emily.

Emily Morse: Thank you, thanks for having me.

Beth Crittenden: Emily has not only been hosting her show which is podcast and can be fond on her website if you’d like to check it out immediately, www.sexwithemily.com. She also is a documentary filmmaker. She is an actress. She worked in politics before and her tagline is ‘Changing the world - one orgasm at a time’. So you can understand why we wanted to have her here at OneTaste™.

Emily Morse: For kindred spirits

Beth Crittenden: That’s right. So here at OneTaste™, we have a practice called ‘orgasmic mediation’. That’s our way of changing the world, one orgasm at a time and we went on Emily show and just recently and told some callers about how it’s done and how it works and now, we have invited Emily to come back and share with us the history of her show and some trends in sexuality and sensuality that she has found and then also how she sees the face of relationships changing and how that traditional model just seems to be morphing and why that is?

Join us today on ‘A Taste of Sex’ guest speaker interviews as our OneTaste™ host Emily Morse who is the host of the radio show ‘Sex with Emily’ podcast from www.sexwithemily.com.

She tells us what makes good sex, what are some of the trends and sensuality in sexuality that people are talking about on her show and also we’ll hear about relationship trends, why the traditional model just doesn’t seem to be working for people and what are some upcoming things that do seem to be working, at least a little bit better than what our parents did.

Beth Crittenden: So Emily, you’re ready to get started?

Emily Morse: Yeah, I am. Thank you so much for having me. I want to say that was wonderful having you and Marcie on show. Beth and Marcie were my guests in the studio and they were amazing guests. Lot of my guests, you know, they sometimes stay that long they stayed like for two hours and they were very fun and open. Here we are again. You can ask me anything now.

Beth Crittenden: Great.

Emily Morse: It’s great to be here I guess, my show ‘Sex with Emily’, you can find it at www.sexwithemily.com I started as a podcast several years ago and then it got picked up by some live stations and I basically started this show because I felt that all my conversations were turning to sex and relationships and dating and love and marriage and I think there are so many choices now that it gets really confusing for people to figure out if they’re on the right path, is there one path and so, I just started and asking people I knew from all different walks of life and I had invited off my house and started my living room and asked them you know, what was going on with their relationship?

Beth Crittenden: Who was your first guest?

Emily Morse: My very first guest was, that was on one night, I invited four people over. I had, the first one was a, his name is Captain Erotica. He is an erotic superhero and he got his started burning man and he kind of teaches, flies in and saves relationships in a single bound. I had bikini racks around of course, because you know, once you get to get racks so just Brazilian bikini racks.

There’s a woman named Marilyn Yayker, and I had had a friend of mine, Dorca who is in her 40s and she has always known, she has known that for 20 years, doesn’t want to get married, doesn’t want kids and I am talking about the independent, single woman and so it’s like yeah it was three different people and now actually we just posted our 69th show which, we’re getting the sex presents that’s kind of a monumental number I suppose for sex.

Beth Crittenden: Oh congratulations.

Emily Morse: Use your imagination. So yeah, we’ve got a lot of different guests and now we have had skippers, dancers, we’ve had pickup artists, the whole pickup artist community is a big thing now. We’ve had urban cougars, you know older women dating younger men, bloggers, skippers, porn starts, sex coaches. I am trying to find happily married people, it’s been tough.

Beth Crittenden: Really?

Emily Morse: Yeah, but we kind of have a wide range of people, some experts, some just real people still maintaining with their sexuality in a relationship, [unintelligible].

Beth Crittenden: What do people most often ask about?

Emily Morse: What do people ask about, I would say that when I am asking kind of open like about sex questions guide you, there are hundreds of letters from people, I would say in the area of sex, the number one thing is how can I make my orgasm, make my girlfriend have an orgasm, how can I, you know, and you send everyone over here to OneTaste™. No, they ask you know, “Is she turned on? I can’t tell. How does she, how do I do it? How do I make her and have an orgasm. She has never had one or she can have on during sex, is there something wrong with me”, and the second most popular question, “Is my penis just long? I hope it’s big enough”, you know, half full, glass half full.

Beth Crittenden: So most of the listeners are men?

Emily Morse: I’d say that a lot of our listeners are men, are podcast listeners, they’re kind of very morbid and the radio station here at the live show, it’s a lot of men but we get little bit of everybody. So the women ask, I’d say actually the questions are always focused on orgasm for both men and women, I should specify that the women also say, “Is something wrong with me”, you know, “I can’t always have an orgasm, I can only have when I am alone but not with my partner or I don’t know if I have the right kind of orgasm”, and so those are the big sex questions around orgasms and around like you know, body parts and I’d say the big relationship question is, there’s two of them.

The first one is, “We’ve been together”, it goes something like this, “We’ve been together five years, eight years, ten years and everything was amazing. We met, we were madly in love, we ripped each other’s clothes up and everything escaped but right now, the sex is kind of blind, kind of ho hum, what do I do”, and I’d also say that a second relationship thing is always there’s an imbalance. Either he wants her and she is one hammer. She wants him, he also want her and you know, who is doing what and what do they do now?

Beth Crittenden: So why do you think people focus on this much? It’s like for you, what’s the value of sex that keeps you coming back to this work?

Emily Morse: I think that, I would say wellness together, and we’re all trying to figure it out and I think personally, I have had confusions around relationships because I was raised you know, in a home, divorced home, but that I thought that’s the thing. You get married and you know, you need someone and you get married, you’ve kids and you live happily ever after, and that never seemed right to me, never.

I was a serum antagonist, you know, I am from Michigan. I moved out to San Francisco in my twenties and I, one boy friend after the next, I was you know…three years, two years and never quite thought right. It was always like something’s wrong. I don’t know if they want to get married. I don’t know if I wanted kids and the truth is, I always told myself that that was going to change.

They had a change eventually, you know, that maybe I hadn’t met the one, I mean this is the conundrum. Is it that I haven’t met the one or is that you know, there’s something wrong with me, and I don’t know that there’s a you know, it’s not that black and white and so for me, I am just really curious about how everyone else is doing it and feeling that it’s okay that I am challenging myself and that. There’s more single people now in America than ever. It’s like they’re the fastest growing population in America is single woman between ages of like 25 and 44. It’s like yeah, want alone.

Beth Crittenden: What are the sources that you send people to or that you recommend if they’re saying I want to hop off of this serial monogamy chain, what’s next? What do you tell people?

Emily Morse: I would say that if you want to hop off serial monogamy because they, if they’re in a relationship and they’re not so sure it’s the right thing or…

Beth Crittenden: Yeah, well you described your situation, which I am actually really familiar with you. I tried it for years and years and years, maybe this guy will be right, maybe this guy will be right, then I knew there was a point where it wasn’t going to work but I didn’t quite know what was next. So what do you tell people is a next step?

Emily Morse: I would say that, I mean yeah, I mean same with me and like I see the one and then you turn looking for advice, just to go back to and like you’re like oh well it isn’t me then maybe it’s me and you know no, but I tell people that to kind of look at like why are you thinking that you have to get married and you have to have kids? Is that really what you want in your heart, and I also ask, tell people that they should, I am a big fan therapy and I have been tried on the show.

Sometimes I talk to get their opinion, I think oh god, but they can afford it and that’s not accessible to everybody and I think you know, even if whatever kind of budget you’re having, our place is there’s free centers.

I mean I have a friend who just found in San Francisco, there’s like doctors giving the training, go for 10 or 15 bucks and see somebody who is in the school or see somebody who is just getting a doctor because…it sounds like morale, I mean I am not a doctor. You want a doctor. We give out advice. It’s like having someone listen, having someone open to communicate not being judged and learning to whatever process it is you know, meditation or yoga or orgasmic meditation that it’s the process of going inward and figuring out yourself and surrounding yourself with people you know that you can trust and I would say that don’t sign up for anything that doesn’t feel right. Keep asking the questions.

Beth Crittenden: What are some trends that you are seeing for people who are exploring and who are deciding that they want to talk about sex and kind of embrace it?

Emily Morse: Well, I would say some big trends in the last few years have definitely been online dating and that people are really able to explore now for the first time through sites like Craigslist or there’s a lot of different sites out there, they can kind of order up sex however they want it, when they want it, exactly how they want it and making that in an hour and it’s all available to you and I, not that these things weren’t happening the past or different ways. Do or you might have to leave your house and walk down the street or go to certain clubs and bars but now people from the privacy of their home, they can find what they want sexually in relationships and they can also chat with other people who are experimenting the same thing. So I think new technology is once again advanced something sexually.

I’d say that there’s a lot of trends in sex coaching. I think that we have tried therapy but I think that this problem that people have, and I am not saying that people shouldn’t commit and, I hope to god that there’s a lot of happily married couples out there that are having great sex but if you’re not, I wouldn’t say to people, you know to turn the towel.

I mean I would say there’s other ways that sex can get better but you’re not kind of, if you, you know until you try it. So if you give me the commitment of someone, they’re not going to cheat, they’re not going to go outside the relationship, like that something, and so I would say if you’re going to cheat, talk to your partner about it but first I would always say, work within the relationship.

So there are sex coaches that you can actually go in and they show you what to do and they teach you just like you’re doing here. I want [unintelligible] teach about your body and how to please yourself. These are things that they all assume that we should just know or he should know. He should know what to do to marry, she should know that this is what I like and we have more people homicide and say, “My wife never, she can’t perform oral sex in a while”, well then I mean can she learn that and it’s like, “Yeah she can”. Like there’s box and he told the way you like, “Oh no, but we never talked about it”.

Couples don’t actually, they’re just kind of throwing the towel that we’re having bad sex but they never talk about it.

Beth Crittenden: Why do you think that is?

Emily Morse: I think because it’s tough. It’s because communicating, communication is only vacation, first of all, but the second thing, it’s hard to get there. It’s really hard to break down that wall, like to say, because we’re right up to think that it’s dirty and it’s wrong.

I think women, I think it’s for shadowing that in our ways, a lot of people in our generation and generations before us and after us are starting to say, “No, this is what I want sexually”, but again, we’re trained to think that it sounds okay and that we’re going to be judged by men and I think that men again, feel like perhaps they turn inward or maybe there’s something wrong.

“Me”, that she doesn’t know what to do or maybe, “I am too smart for her. I am too big”, or, “I am not pleasing her”, and that they don’t want to ask for directions, sexually or you know, so I think that it’s, but what I found is with couples, they think they could never do it. “I can never tell my partner that this is what I want, I want you to do”, it’s like peeling that to layers. I think I can never say that, just imagine, couples get there with that, “Okay, go home and tell your partner your fantasy”, and there are so many couples are like, “I’ve never told my husband or my…”, and you tell him and you’re like none, he takes up from there, next thing you know, you have a whole wood valve filled with [xx].

Who knows what could happen or you try everything, it doesn’t work and you know you gave your best shot.

Beth Crittenden: How many of your callers are outside of San Francisco. I mean we have this impression that San Francisco is on this cutting edge of sexuality but it seems like more and more people are wanting to get in on it especially with the whole technology boom.

Emily Morse: I think a lot of my listeners for the live show at the bay area because that’s, I have to go on, on Saturday nights but I actually have listeners all over the world. I have a lot of listeners like in the U.K. and Australia and some in Afghanistan but I would say my American listeners are lot in the Midwest, Chicago, Michigan where I am from, New York, Kansas…all over, and it is interesting though being based in San Francisco as we know, I always save you for all my shows and it’s when I meet them for most of the callers, San Francisco seems like the best place.

There’s endless material which is chill, I mean I think that San Francisco is often at the front of a lot of movements, politically, socially, sexually, so it’s a fun place to be but I do have listeners everywhere who kind of, I get emails from listeners and like ‘god, you guys have so much fun there. I wish I come to San Francisco’. But we’re not all having sex, some of you guys are maybe more [inaudible] not sex all the time.

Beth Crittenden: What are some things that you’ve heard from guests that you were just like, oh my god, I am so glad I learned that, like what are the tips that you’ve got in from hosting?

Emily Morse: That is a great question. I’d say that one of my favorite quotes here, I actually some of us during my yearend show and I was thinking that one of the best things I learned was, okay, you know Lu Pagic? She is an author and she is a sex educator and she said, “You know what, if someone is louse”, this is just a funny little thing, she says, “If someone’s a lousy kisser, maybe you should dump him but you can teach someone how to kiss better”, and she said, “Show someone if you’re not happy at the kissing, show them so you know, show me what it feels like and show me how you want to be kissed. Show me what it feels like to kiss me and then you play with kissing”, and she is like I’ve seen that get so much better.

That’s one of my favorite things and these are really simple things that I, since they’re most simply, most obvious stuff is the most interesting but you always hear that people are complaining that I can’t find anyone. There’s no one to date. There’s no one left. No one likes me, and I always [xx] and say, “What did you really, to have you off to house lately? Have you walked a different route to work? Have you talked to somebody that you didn’t know? I mean what have you done to shake up your routine to put you in your place to actually meet someone new”, and it’s so basic but it’s like, I always say that commit to me that this week, you’re going to do one thing. You’re going to tell the guy making your coffee in the morning that you like his eyes or you’re going to ask the girl you see every morning on the bus, you know, hey, nice weather or whatever it is, make the effort, don’t whine.

Beth Crittenden: Action Emily, I like it. We’re getting ready to go to our break. Is there anything you want to add about the show before we…

Emily Morse: This show, I don’t know if you just listen, I love the people are listening and I love helping people and hearing to their stories. So I guess they can either feedback at sexwithemily.com.

Beth Crittenden: That can be everyone’s action item for today.

Emily Morse: Yes, everybody email me feedback at sexwithemily.com and tell me what you want to hear, why do you love me, what turned you on.

Beth Crittenden: Okay, so this is ‘Guest speaker interviews’, our Taste of Sex show on Personal Life Media. I am Beth Crittenden, your host with Emily Morse, the host of Sex with Emily on 1069 free FM. We’ll return after a short break to support our sponsors and talk about the changing face of relationships in 2007.

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Beth Crittenden: Welcome back to ‘A Taste of Sex’ guest speaker interviews on Personal Life Media. I am your host Beth Crittenden here from OneTaste™ Urban Retreat Center in San Francisco and we’re so pleased to present Emily Morse. www.sexwithemily.com is where you can find her archive of shows and new shows coming up all the time. Welcome back Emily.

Emily Morse: Thank you.

Beth Crittenden: So now let’s get into relationships and sex. Why do you think it is that people are responding so well to your show?

Emily Morse: I think that everybody is trying to figure it out and I think that we realize right now that there are so many more choices in sex and in relationships and if you getting it, they’re not, maybe they’re not as happy as they thought they were and that they, you can look it like with the proliferation of pornography on the internet, on television or it does with the high divorce rate, I mean there’s all these stackers that you can look at in a woman’s independence, that are giving people more choices and that with that I think comes though you know, maybe I don’t have to settle into this particular thing that I chose or I can make it better, my relationship or my sex life.

I think there’s an awesome lot of questions about sex, no matter how much we think that sex is everywhere because in some ways it is. I think the specifics, the nitty gritties, the answers, the questions the people have, it’s hard to find that information.

Beth Crittenden: I think much like Eskimos have so many different words for snow. We should have that many different words for sex. So what are the flavors that come up, like what is good sex, what’s bad sex? What’s sex by yourself, what’s sex with other people, like how do you get your mind around that?

Emily Morse: How do I get my mind around? I think that there’s a lot about sex. We wouldn’t be in business right? There’s a lot of people who I think are okay sex and they want to have better sex and those people and there are so many again, opportunities people, there’s sex toys. You don’t live in San Francisco, there’s stores like Get Vibrations, you can go and buy a vibrator and get back to work if you want on the street corner.

It sounds like dirty in a paper, you know, that isn’t a brown paper bag but it sounds like you have to drive to the country to get it, and I think that there’s opportunities for people to, it’s kind of go deeper with their sex life and to kind of try things more but it’s amazing to me how many people that can, same as spot relationships, they don’t even talk about sex. I know a lot of couples calling like we’re having bad sex and we’ve been together. I hope you talk.

Now what, “Do you know that we have fantasies?” “Oh I have never asked her. I mean that’s rare thing”, and it’s like starting the communication and then starting to try things, you know, as people think a lot of women only kind of turned on by some point but not the point that they think they be, go to a store together, go online and find a movie that turns you both on.

Think about what turns you on, I mean it’s amazing how many people really don’t know that, what turns them on and a lot of woman do not masturbate, they do not and really, you’ve got to spend some time alone I think if you want to really have, not the only thing but if you can’t question about your sex life, spend some time alone. I think that will make you feel really good and then take that public.

Beth Crittenden: That was one of the most deeply moving parts of being on your show as when the caller called in and said, “I don’t touch myself. That’s just disgusting”, and I just fell when I heard that.

Emily Morse: She was pregnant, right? Her husband was at war and was in Iraq or something and she thought it was disgusting because we are still told, those messages and I think the reason why sex is a challenge when I think religion has a lot to do with it. I mean there’s a lot of people who just don’t, they’re told if they masturbate that, guys are told they’re going to, you know what, go blind if they’re going to have…

Beth Crittenden: Get hairy palms?

Emily Morse: Hairy palms and so yet that woman called in and here’s she is like, “I expose, it’s dirty”, you know. A woman called on my show the other night on Saturday night and she said same thing that she never masturbates, have never, I mean just thought it was kind of shocking. “Oh I can have an orgasm with my husband. No I don’t ever met with it”, why? She said, “I don’t know”.

You better stick on pretty open but like would you talk your friends about? “No, we would never talk about that”, and like it’s not that open. So stop talking, yeah sex. I think the people also get stuck in, whether you can be the sex right, even if you’re not in the long-term relationship.

I think I had a guy once. He said to me how much things like, “You now Emily, I was with this woman one time and she came in, performed oral sex on me and then we have to begin like three etc. never exact same thing. Nothing changed. I mean I remember like her hands, everything. It was like..”, was that it? That’s all she does? She never change it up, and it was just such a funny like, I am thinking how often a day, I kind of got my routine when I do different things and so do guy. You listen along, manipulate, okay, this comes off, that comes off, and it just gets others. So many things going on and we’re not knowing things about.

So I think that the show, on my show there’s a lot of people, real people telling their stories that we all learn from.

Beth Crittenden: What are some relationship trends or arrangements that seem to be working to help people open up and have better sex?

Emily Morse: Well, how you guys doing here?

Beth Crittenden: Two thumbs up.

Emily Morse: Two thumbs up.

Beth Crittenden: It’s messy but good.

Emily Morse: Yeah, you got to seem very happy and oh god, just say what’s working, I mean I can tell you some things that I am hearing but to know, I mean I think that open relationships. I am not again, I don’t know what’s working but people are, they’re such in San Francisco they’re talking about it or you know, Poly Emerie and love you [unintelligible] dating, you know, having one primary partner and thinking with other people and turn the relationships.

I mean that’s a kind of thing, we’re not getting married. I mean a lot of you are just kind of choosing to live that kind of single life and it’s funny. I was saying that in the last year there’ve been five books that have come out with the word ‘Hooked in’. So there’s ‘Unhooked’, which actually, you’ve heard of the book on how to, just came out recently and it’s talking about her, all the sexual freedom and that women are only hooking up now like in college. They do the study that is actually based, this book says, it’s controversial that women’s reputation is actually damaging because they’re not learning to love, they’re just hooking up.

Then there’s a book called ‘The hookup’. There’s ‘The hookup handbook’. There’s ‘Hookup or break up’, ‘Hooking up - a girl’s guide to sex and sexuality’. So I think that, and this is my favorite part, it says, ‘customers who bought these books’ and this is to answer your question about trends, ‘Customers who bought this item ‘Hooking up – a girl’s guide to sex’ but actually it’s your parent’s fault why romantic relationship isn’t working and how to fix it’.

Then there’s ‘Better single than sorry – a no-regrets guide to loving yourself and never settling’, then there’s ‘If I am so wonderful, why am I still single – ten strategies that will change your love life forever’, and then ‘The dating kit’, I mean it goes on and on and because I think it’s people are choosing, okay. Our parents got divorced or whatever it is, there’s choice and we’re not going to get married and do that. I am not going to get divorce, but then well, a lot of people are single now, into their 20s, 30s, 40s and it’s like as I said, is this right? Am I doing the right thing? So there’s obvious books that are coming out to try to think it out but I think talking about it and having shows like this.

Beth Crittenden: What do you think people want? What do you think that they’re reaching for with all of the books and the calls and the processing and everything?

Emily Morse: I mean some people could say that we’re over-processing, right? That we should just, I like to date guys who don’t process as much as I do and like, just tell me and go to movie and do whatever.

Beth Crittenden: And do alone.

Emily Morse: Yeah, exactly, and why do I think that we are doing this, because it’s available to us, because it’s you know, people are more in touch spiritually and more eastern religion has been part of our culture for years and I think the media, I think the internet, I think again, you cannot ignore in fact that like sex has, you know when Allen came out that she was gay, you know in her show like ten year like that was a huge deal and that was like, you know Jennifer Anniston and Courtney hugs like making out on the prime time, well they don’t, it’s like, it’s just everywhere and that, what was the question?

Beth Crittenden: What are we reaching for?

Emily Morse: Oh god, I didn’t even answer the question. I think we don’t know. I think we’re just maybe changing. It’s like we’re all, we know that we don’t want what our parents said and our answers to them, no, we don’t want that, and I think, here’s what I think. I think that we all would on this pattern we’re choosing that we don’t want that, right?

So then, we’re like having as great, vibrant, like 20s and 30s and all these experiences and I think for women who are supposed to have been giving birth even in their 20s, then obviously and you know they’re late 30s or 40s like, it’s like I have to have kids. To me the wrong decisions have been messing up on to pass. They shouldn’t have been sleeping around with all those people and I don’t know what to say that either but I would just say you weren’t taking path ‘A’ and you think you’re going to get to the top of that, a mountain ‘A’ and people, they’re like surprised that they didn’t get there and it’s like we weren’t on that path and you’re on this path and who knows what’s going to happen.

I have a friend who says, “You know Emily, well I’ve been in the communes with the wheel chairs and having sex and taking care of each other and it’s all going to be fine”, I think we don’t know.

Beth Crittenden: Beautiful.

Emily Morse: Oh but yeah, pushing each other.

Beth Crittenden: What do you see as the, what’s the thing that’s taboo now, that’s almost on it’s way to not being taboo, like what’s the next coming up?

Emily Morse: Sexually? What is not taboo, sexually got nothing seems taboo anymore. Spanking? No, it’s funny. I find this because now we’ve always promised site like a guest arrives at the station recordings, having the guy goes okay, come here. Why is it more spanking, you know, it won’t seem that they’re spanking upon here now. Was I wondering that before? He is like a [unintelligible] why someone spanking? That’s tame, I don’t know what the people are doing or anal sex, oral sex and it’s kids really giving oral sex and having in they’re, “I am used to napping in my legsware and okay, trash you later”, sometime you pull at.

Yeah, there are threesomes are big and one of the trends that everyone is talking about and like nothing swinging, threesomes, moresomes, trends in sex. Women to getting having pleasure, sex toys, sex toys are really just gone through the roof I think. This is why you can buy them like drugstore.com and you can buy on Amazon. They don’t advertise that but you can buy sex toys on Amazon and so if you got to experiment, do that. Men are experimenting the sex toys.

Beth Crittenden: What’s next for you?

Emily Morse: Orgasm, I hope. You guys are going to practice my procedure? What’s next for me? I am not going anywhere. I am Sexwithemily. I really love dong the show. I am doing a book, so that’s part of it but it’s all part of the show, book and talking something on television and getting the show on every city, America. You can listen to it alive and just keep figuring out, keep along with everyone else.

Beth Crittenden: Emily Morse, thanks for being here with us. This has been ‘A Taste of Sex’ guest speaker interviews on Personal Life Media. For text and transcripts on the show, you can visit www.personallifemedia.com.

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