Tonight, on a randy edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we're talking sex and a whole lot of it with Dr. Carla Brown, who will be with us the entire show, tackling a number of topics that each of us can stand to get smarter about. First up, a new research study on human behavior finds that when it comes to sexual selection, females aren't merely passive objects of male competition, but actively looking for multiple partners as an "evolutionary strategy." In short, someone could be a little sluttier...with a purpose.
Next, according to a newly-released study, men most often regret not having sex with more people while women frequently regret having sex with the wrong partner. We'll sift through what it is people regret most and see if jumping in the sack is ultimately more trouble that it's worth. (Spoiler: It isn't, at all)
Later, is it the size of the boat, or the motion of the ocean? To complicate everyone's relative feeling of self worth, condom seller Condomania ranked the states with the largest average size, based on the thoroughly unscientific metric of who bought what where. That includes smaller and larger-sized condoms. We'll share with you which states have the biggest boats, and which states could use some serious wave action.
And finally, we'll grill the good doctor on something we've been wondering with it comes to doctors giving advice: Do you practice what you preach? We'll see how some of the topics we talk about measure up with the professional cap is off!
All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
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