Other mammals signal that they're fertile in obvious ways, but human females seem to advertise in more subtle ways. In this episode, Molly and Cristen present seven (supposed) signs of subliminal ovulation.

Statistical evidence suggests that men are very preoccupied with the size of their penises. But should they be? In this episode, Molly and Cristen examine statistics and syndromes and debunk some myths in their quest to answer this age-old question.

Viagra effectively treats male sexual dysfunction, so could a similar drug be developed for women? Molly and Cristen discuss current research on a Viagra-like drug for women -- and whether it would really be beneficial -- in this episode.

Can you get pregnant on your period?

In this episode, Molly and Cristen dispel the common myth that women can't get pregnant while on their periods and discuss other misconceptions that women have about getting pregnant.

How will we have babies in the future?

In this episode of Stuff Mom Never Told You, Molly and Cristen ponder baby technology of the future -- from designer babies to robot children.

In this episode, Molly and Cristen take a closer look at the controversial topic of female circumcision, alternatively known as female genital mutilation or female genital cutting.

The Delightful History of Menstrual Products

Join Molly and Cristen as they take a fun-filled romp through the history of menstrual products -- from ancient Egyptian papyrus products to reusable menstrual cups -- in this episode of Stuff Mom Never Told You.

Is menstruation the last taboo?

Menstruation is a fact of life for women, but there is still a reticence to discuss the topic, even in modern society. Join Molly and Cristen as they have a frank, humorous discussion of an "unmentionable" topic in this podcast from

Planned Parenthood is a controversial organization that provides reproductive healthcare to women and men. Join Molly and Cristen as they examine Planned Parenthood's history, controversies and services in this podcast from

Intrauterine devices, or IUDs, get a bad rap in the United States, but they're starting to make a comeback. Find out why these devices became unpopular in the first place -- and why that's starting to change -- in this podcast from