While discussing a study about sexism and attraction, The Doctors weigh in on the differences between being chivalrous and being sexist.
Sex & Relationships
The Doctors discuss a study which found that some people expect a bigger and more expensive engagement ring if they considered their partner to be “unattractive.”
The Doctors discuss a study which claims that some women are more attracted to men who are well-meaning sexists. The panel delves into the study’s findings and unpacks the differences between well-meaning sexism and hostile sexism.
The Doctors and urologist Dr. Dudley Danoff tackle a question from a viewer asking if getting an erection while pooping is normal or something to be concerned about.
While discussing a viewer’s question about erections, The Doctors and urologist Dr.Dudley Danoff discuss ways men might handle an ill-timed state of arousal.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that nearly half of newlywed husbands cannot tell if their wife is having an orgasm or not. Find out what the panel thinks what might be behind this sexual disconnect.
After discussing an alarming number of husbands not knowing when their wife is having an orgasm, The Doctors cover some possible ways couples can better connect sexually.
Are you faking the big O? A new study from Brigham Young University found almost half of newlywed husbands can’t tell if their wife is reaching orgasm or not
The Doctors get personal while discussing a study about couples not connecting sexually and reveal if they have ever faked an orgasm.
Does a pregnancy lead to more instances of infidelity? The Doctors and psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major weigh in on how relationships can change during pregnancy and for some leads to infidelity.