Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Intimacy doesn’t just exist between you and partners, self intimacy is just as important.
~ Tara Michaela
Exploring our desires can be challenging, but it’s possible to embrace what turns us on.
~ Reina Gattuso
Let’s explore the barriers that often prevent women and clit-owners from orgasming.
~ Gigi Engle
Vibrator anxiety among cis, straight men is not exactly uncommon.
~ Claire Lampen
A step-by-step guide to nipple and vulva piercings.
~ Leo Aquino
Here are some useful tips and tricks to assist you along your masturbatory journey.
Masturbating in water can open you up to whole new ways of feeling pleasure.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Yes means yes, and no means no—but what about experiences that lie somewhere in between?
~ Cassandra Corrado
Clarity on whether the G-spot exists, where you can find it, and how it makes you feel.
~ Louise Head
Your libido is usually not a fixed, spontaneous entity.
Orgasmic birth is a pleasurable and rewarding birth experience that can result in orgasm.
For some, BDSM can be a therapeutic exercise in self-healing.
Attraction, arousal, and desire are related, but not the same. Here are the differences.
Having a tilted uterus is normal and common, but it can make sex a little tricky.
~ R.T. Collins
Here’s how to get out of your head and into your body during a sexual encounter.
~ Kamil Lewis
Chests, nipples, and breasts are all erogenous zones. Here’s how to maximize pleasure.
“Is my vagina tight enough?” Let’s dispense with these harmful myths once and for all.
ADHD can manifest in lots of ways during sex. The key is to learning to manage it all.
~ Becca Lilly
Orgasm denial is the practice of staving off orgasms to intensify erotic tension.
We’ve compiled all the tricks to take your single orgasmic life to a land of multiplicity.
Phexxi, a new birth-control gel, is inserted into the vagina up to one hour before sex.
Vaginal discharge can be totally normal…or it can be a warning sign of an infection.
Here are six helpful posts about why sex might be painful, and what to do about it.
We asked sexuality professionals to share how exactly they bring themselves to orgasm.