Emily Morse is about to become a household name. The sexpert from San Francisco now stars on Bravo’s new reality show, Miss Advised, along with two other single female relationship experts. The concept is genius. Emily, Julia Allison and Amy Laurent can hook other people up but they can’t seem to get it together for themselves? At the screening party last night in West Hollywood, Emily spoke with POTP about what viewers will see this season, her thoughts on sexting, and more. Tomorrow I’ll post the second half of my exclusive with the outgoing author and host where she reveals why she’s single and a few relationship do’s and don’ts!
Why did this show appeal to you?
It appeals to me because I’ve had a show called Sex With Emily for the past seven years and I’ve been giving advice and helping people without cameras around and I figured as long as I can get my message out there that everybody should be having better sex, and with a bigger audience, let’s do it!
Did Bravo come to you?
They did. I was approached to do the show.
Do you have any limits on what you’ll allow to be filmed for the show?
Yeah, I can’t tell you exactly what they are because I let some of them go when we were filming, but I like to keep my clothes on! How’s that? I like to keep my clothes on.
What’s one of the limits that you let go?
My sex toy collection. There was some exposure of my sex toy collection that I wasn’t gonna expose but I did.
What do you think of sexting? Should women do that? Should they send nude photos?
I don’t have a problem with it. Sexting is what people are doing now. It’s sort of replacing phone sex so I have no problem with sexting just don’t send naked pictures of yourself.
How do you feel about the people you work with being exposed to what you reveal on the show?
As far as friends and family seeing what really goes on in my life, I’m excited. I’m a little nervous but I’m excited.