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This month's Babes of the Month are Em & Lo. These fantastic ladies have been giving quality advice for years and they really know what's up. They have a brand new sex advice website, EMandLO.com that has all sorts of sex advice in written and video form. If you're not already reading it, you must start. Now. They're also prolific writers, publishing terrific books about sex, some of which you can find at Babeland! Their newest book is called SEX: How To Do Everything.How did you both start giving sex advice?We worked siemlo_studiode-by-side at Nerve.com 10 years ago, developing Nerve's online personals together. You know that form with "______ is sexy; ______ is sexier"? Yeah, that was us. Sorry 'bout that. We were sort of the co-hosts of that space, so we had allthese people coming to the site for dates, relationships, sex, etc, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to start telling people how we thought they should treat each other romantically and sexually, and hence, our advice column "The Em & Lo Down" was born...before anyone at Nerve considered getting someone with actual authority to do it. We've been giving advice -- and actually becoming more authoritative -- ever since.
What is happening on your new website EMandLO.com?
We've just relaunched EMandLO.com -- it's now a super-gorgeous daily blog with at least 3 new sex/relationship-related items added each day. It's mostly fun advice from us, from our guy friends, from our favorite dream interpreter, even from our college interns who are wise beyond their years.
What do you love about giving sex advice?
It's a constant reminder of how we should be in our own relationships -- even if we don't take our own advice as often as we should.
What is your most common question?
From women: "How do I have an orgasm?" either with a partner or even just on their own.
What is the most difficult or hard-to-answer question you've ever received?
"How do I have an orgasm?"
How do you work together when you answer a question? Do you talk about it first together? Does one person draft an answer?
When we first started, we used to sit side-by-side and pass the keyboard back and forth, talking it out, or else we'd hand write the draft of an answer over drinks out at a bar. But we've been writing together for so long, developing a voice together, that now we just split it up -- one of us will do a first draft, the other will edit, and we'll swap it back and forth until we're satisfied. We've got it down to a science now so there's not much back and forth. We're like psychically connected twins.
Check back tomorrow for part 2!
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From women: "How do I have an orgasm?" either with a partner or even just on their own.
What is the most difficult or hard-to-answer question you've ever received?
"How do I have an orgasm?"
How do you work together when you answer a question? Do you talk about it first together? Does one person draft an answer?
When we first started, we used to sit side-by-side and pass the keyboard back and forth, talking it out, or else we'd hand write the draft of an answer over drinks out at a bar. But we've been writing together for so long, developing a voice together, that now we just split it up -- one of us will do a first draft, the other will edit, and we'll swap it back and forth until we're satisfied. We've got it down to a science now so there's not much back and forth. We're like psychically connected twins.
Check back tomorrow for part 2!