On March 20, 2023, new singles will try to find the love of their life, “blindly”, in “Married at First Sight”. Indeed, the famous dating show ofM6 returns at the end of the month with some significant changes. Usually accompanied by Pascal de Sutter to advise the candidates, Estelle Dossin will be orphaned by her partner for this new edition. Instead, Gilbert Bou Jaoudé, a sexologist and couple therapist, will take on the role of the most famous expert in “Married at first sight”.
It will once again be in Gibraltar that the production ofM6 will put down his suitcases. If we will have to wait a few more days before discovering the cast, our colleagues from Tele-Leisure however, announced that a 50-year-old man was participating in the experiment. Also, for the first time in the program, a homosexual couple will get married at first sight. As with every edition, viewers are also eager to know if the couples formed will take the plunge on the first night. On this subject, our colleagues from Figaro Buzz TV interviewed the show’s two pundits to find out more. Do they advise candidates to sleep from the first night or not? Estelle Dossin and Gilbert Bou Jaoudé, replacing Pascal de Sutter, discussed the subject openly.
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“Rules” for the candidates of “Married at first sight”?
“We know that for more than 70% of people who are in a relationship, these people say ‘sex life is one of the important things in the relationship as a couple’. In the same way as love, etc…” explains the doctor sexologist and couple therapist. Journalist Sarah Lecoeuvre then decides to question her guests on the subject that interests everyone. “And this is a recurring question, moreover, in each season of Married at first sight, it’s the first night. Always, the woman or the man, ask themselves ‘are we trying something?’, what do you advise them in these situations?she asked them.
“So we advise them to do as they wish”assures Estelle Dossin before continuing: “That is to say that we are not here to tell them what to do, it is up to them. If they want to, they go, if they don’t want to, they wait. is up to them to decide what they want to do with their sexuality and especially for this first night”. Rather satisfied with the answer, Sarah Lecoeuvre however insisted and asked: “There are no good rules?”. “Absolutely not, neither in experience nor in real life”finally concluded the expert of “Married at First Sight”. His colleague, meanwhile, added that, in relation to sex, “We do what we want. We do as we feel. The best advice we give them every time is to say to themselves, not ‘what should I do’ but ‘to what do I want”. What put an end to the questions of some.