Dr. Trina explains the risks and complications that a couple has to deal with when one (or both) have herpes and are trying to get pregnant and/or are pregnant. HitchedMag.com for more podcasts.
Dr. Trina and Scott discuss the newest Canadian legislation looking to strike down the current prostitution laws. Dr. Trina believes sex work should be legal…and for good reason. (Go to http://scottthompsonshow.com to hear more from Scott).
Dr. Trina and Scott talk about the pros and cons of the pill versus other birth controls. The male birth control. And whether people from Vancouver and Montreal really are sexier than Toronto.
With the launch of her new website, Rob asks Dr. Trina some good questions about trying to have sex after kids.
Steve Cooper from Hitched Magazine asks me four reader questions that cover the gamut of sexual issues.
Once we are in a long term relationship is it still okay to flirt with other people? Yes, as long as both people understand and respect boundaries; but as each couple is different they need to define what those flirting boundaries are.
Pharmaceutical companies want you to believe their is a Pink Viagra which will sex up women. That sexual desire is only a swallow away; and there is a magic pill dubbed ‘Pink Viagra’ (or Febanserin) for women to instantaneously help her desire sex. Problem is…
To date there is nothing FDA approved; however, that hasn’t stopped the pharmaceutical companies from laying the ground work with massive multi-million dollar ad campaigns.
Men are doing more housework but studies show that women still do the majority. If he takes five minutes to wash the dishes does that equate to five minutes of her getting in the mood for sex? Find out in this podcast.
A new study revealed that the more housework a husband did, the more sex he received from his wife.
HitchedMag.com interviews Dr. Trina and asks her whether this mean women who do all of the housework now have a good excuse for not wanting to have sex?