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How have the terms “take care” and “self care” evolved in a post-pandemic climate?
~ Jenna Lee Forde
We spoke with Malabou about her book, the significance of the clitoris in the world today, and how we can reclaim a body part that has so often been pathologized or pushed to the side.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Being LGBTQIA+ in America Right Now Is Exhausting. Therapists weigh in on why it’s okay to not be okay, self-care, and activism.
~ Xenia Ellenbogen
Welcome to June, lovers! And happy Pride month.
~ Stefanie Caponi
Let’s discuss the complex relationship between feminism, body hair, and hair removal.
Taurus season is upon us, bringing out the sensual lover in everyone.
Here are a few tips to begin being more intentional about your news consumption.
~ Molly Lipson
Welcome to Aries season, lovers! Spring brings an awakening of libidos begging to come out of hibernation.
Some of our favorite cringe-worthy excerpts from sex advice columns spanning from the 19th century to today.
Dame honors 10 female sexual revolutionaries for Women’s History Month.
The first few weeks of March are here to help you relax and reconnect to your spirit.
TikTok tips to take your selfie game from basic to boudoir.
You can now find Dame Products at Sephora! Here are a few of our other Sephora faves.
~ Rachel Malkin
It’s always been you, valentine! Read your full sexoscopes here.
Over the last 3 years, Facebook rejected at least 60 women’s health and wellness ads.
~ Carla Sparks
Your first sexoscopes for 2022 are here!
Anecdotal evidence and new research suggests that BDSM can facilitate mindfulness.
Dame’s favorite workshops, books, tools, and workbooks for the sexperts in your life.
Another year is coming to a close, but not without a few cosmic surprises.
Our “Get In Touch With Yourself” campaign marks the end of our lawsuit against the MTA.
Scorpio season invites us to dive into our fantasies, kinks, and obsessions.
This year the spookiest month is likely to be haunted by the ghosts of relationships past.
Here’s how to unlearn those harmful messages that say masturbation is shameful.
~ Reina Gattuso
This month we flirt with anticipation, as we shift out of sweaty summer into beloved fall.