Emily Morse

Emily can't figure out what about her attracts polyamorous people.

on Jul 16, 2012

Kissing is one of the first things that can fade in a relationship. Think about it -- the passionate hot kisses you shared in the beginning compared to now. Maybe it’s been six months, six years, or six decades. Kissing tends to diminish as the relationship goes on.

Kissing is key. It can be a bridge to expanding intimacy, and a steamy make out session can reignite the spark. So when Sex Educator Reid Mihalko came on the Sex With Emily show and asked me to help him teach a kissing workshop (re: be his kissing model) I said yes.

As usual I report back to Menace on what’s transpired since I last saw him. I delve into details on the Sex With Emily show about the kissing workshop and how you can’t tell someone how to be a good kisser, you have to show that. So Menace says, “Show me.” Show you? I thought. But this would mean we’d have to kiss. Some background: Menace and I have worked together for a long time, and we’ve never gone there. It’s true that many of our longtime listeners have suggested that Menace and I get together. Maybe it’s because we fight like an old married couple but adore and support each other in a loving way. We would laugh it off. But I can’t say no, as you know. So next thing I know I’m ripping off my headphones and going over to plant one on Menace. Of course he felt uncomfortable (and probably turned on) so he had to bash my kissing skills. Oh, Menace, he doesn’t know a good thing when it happens to him.