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Emily Morse is a nice girl from Michigan who moved to San Francisco and became a sex expert. She not only wants to have better sex and more rewarding relationships in her own life, but also wants others to have better experiences whether they’ve been married for 20 years or are about to go on a first date.
As a “sexpert” Emily is known for her non-judgmental advice, accessibility and humor.
Before creating the Sex with Emily podcast, Emily worked in politics as a campaign aide for California Senator Barbara Boxer and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. She also directed and produced the award-winning documentary, See How They Run, which follows a notorious San Francisco mayoral race. Emily loved interviewing people for the documentary but really wanted to know how people feel about sex and relationships.
So Emily launched the Sex with Emily show and is now a talk show host, author of Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight, doctorate student in Human Sexuality, Bravo television personality, and Kegel Camp counselor.
Emily has appeared as an expert on the Today Show, TMC, E!, Style Network, Playboy Radio, Cosmo Radio, the Jamie Foxx Show, and Candace Bushnell’s Show. She has also been featured in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Detroit Free Press, Huffington Post, and Wired News.
Sex with Emily delivers better sex advice with a sense of humor. Emily along with her co-host White Menace debate the female and male perspective on sex, relationships, marriage, cheating, love, heartbreak, and dating. Emily started Sex with Emily in her living room in 2005 by interviewing people about their sexual experiences and relationships. The Sex with Emily podcast quickly garnered a top spot on iTunes’ most downloaded podcasts and has remained there ever since. Now Sex with Emily is recorded weekly at Stitcher Studio and airs Friday nights on Sirius/XM radio.