The hilarious and relatable Emily Morse made a name for herself with the fantastic “Sex with Emily” podcast, which now also airs on SiriusXM. Since then, she’s released an app called “Kegel Camp,” starred in the Bravo series “Miss Advised,” and written a book called “Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight.” Up next: finishing her doctorate in Human Sexuality.
Smart, sexy and insightful, Sex Nerd Sandra is a great resource for practical sex information, education, and tips. Between her Twitter feed, podcast, and YouTube videos, she does it all: from reviewing Japanese Sex Toys to debunking erection strength, size, and stamina myths (a must-listen for any guy with sexual confidence issues).
The name says it all. This hilarious and fascinating Twitter feed is part Discovery Channel, part Playboy, and all amazing. Several times a day they drop 140 character sex facts, tips and statistics that will blow your mind.
According to Reid’s personal bio, “if Dr. Ruth and Jon Stewart had a son, that son would be Reid Mihalko.” We definitely agree. Reid’s posts, tweets, and videos are always funny and loaded with valuable information. He’s a prolific Twitter user, and is a gateway to tons of other interesting sex and dating resources.
Emily is a writer, comedy maven, and now the host of Mashable and Ustream’s new dating and sex advice series, Love in the Time of Robots. With the help her co-host Gabe Delahaye, she’s out to establish the new relationship rules for the digital age. In a past life, Emily was a couple’s therapist, and still dishes out sage advice on her blog.
Cindy is a lot of things: an entrepreneur, an advertising consultant, a personal branding coach, opinionated speaker on feminism and sexuality, and most recently, the founder of a project called “Make Love, Not Porn” (NSFW). Her TED talk of the same name was one of the most buzzed about in the history of the influential event. The underlying idea: show off “real world” sex and lessen mainstream pornography’s negative impact on our sex lives.
A.V. Flox’s is the Love & Sex Section editor on Blogher.com, and the “editrix-in-chief” of the salacious and informative sexandthe405.com. If you like progressive, poetic, intelligent, open-minded, personal insights on sex and relationships, she’s your best bet. Her Google Plus is a great place to read her latest work and to join in vibrant conversations about relationships, sex and a lot more.
The original remains one of the best. Dr. Ruth, at age 84, is still delivering the witty and insightful advice that made her a legend. To this day, she frequently tweets, runs a website and hosts a YouTube show. Not bad for an octogenarian.
Dr. Debby Herbenick is an Indiana University sex researcher, Kinsey fellow and the founder of www.mysexprofesor.com, a leading sexual education, health and information resource. It’s never to late to learn (especially about sexuality) — and Debby’s Twitter feed and site are a great place to get started. Our favorite part of Dr. Herbenick’s impressive repertoire? Her Tumblr project with her students called “IUSecrets.”
Dan’s “Savage Love” column and “Savage Lovecast” podcast are among the very best sex advice publications available on the web. He is hilarious, direct and beloved by his fans. He is known for a lot of things including standing up for AIDS awareness, safe sex, gay rights and co-founding the “It Gets Better” project. Most infamously, he jump-started the web campaign to change the meaning of the word “Santorum,” in opposition to former Presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s anti-gay marriage platform.