Dr. Emily Morse is a sex and relationship expert and host of the top downloaded podcast Sex with Emily. She has helped millions of struggling couples achieve the sex and relationships they desired in order to maintain happiness and longevity. Emily was voted the #1 dating and sex expert by DatingAdvice.com and the #1 dating and sex expert to follow on Twitter, and has proven to be the go-to for all things sex and relationships.
Emily launched the Sex with Emily radio show and podcast in 2005 before becoming a Bravo television personality on Miss Advised. She is dedicated to educating men and women about Kegel Exercises through her unique app "Kegel Camp," is the author of the popular book, Hot Sex: Over 200 Things You Can Try Tonight and has launched a product line called Emily & Tony which features products that help couples enhance intimacy. She is a weekly guest co-host on the nationally syndicated radio show Loveline with Dr. Drew Pinsky.
Today, Dr. Emily Morse is a regular contributor to and featured expert for print and online publications including Glamour, Cosmo, Men’s Health, Harper’s Bazaar and many more. Of course, she advises and entertains her fans directly via the Sex With Emily blog.
Prior to becoming a sexologist, 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 has appeared as an expert on many television shows including: the Today Show, Dr. Drew HLN, The Doctors, Bravo TV, Inside Edition, Watch What Happens Live!, MSN, TMC, E!, Style Network, Playboy Radio, Cosmo Radio, and Candace Bushnell’s Show. She has also been featured in countless publications including: The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Detroit Free Press, Huffington Post, CNN, USA Today, iVillage, Fitness, Millionaire Matchmaker, and Women’s Health.
Emily earned her Doctor of Human Sexuality from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco and received her BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan.