Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Arguments have a place in every relationship. Here’s how to make them healthy.
~ Kamil Lewis
There are lots of rumors about nutrition and sex, but how do you tell fact from fiction?
~ Allie Lansman
This fall, take stock of your sexual health and hygiene.
Yes, masturbation is straight-up good for your physical health.
~ Gigi Engle
In honor of Bisexual Health Awareness Month, some ways we can improve healthcare for bi+ people.
~ Tris Mamone
If you’re going to have a threesome, you better know what you’re doing first.
Boundaries are vital in any healthy relationship.
~ Jo Murphy
Experts explain why masturbation can actually help your relationship.
If your gut is out of whack, it’s likely your sex life will be, too.
Being single is a learning experience—one that happens to be good for your mental health.
~ Ashley Laderer
A comprehensive and accessible guide to uterine fibroids.
~ Madison Piorkowski
Let’s walk through choosing the best condom for you and your partner.
~ Jacqueline Gualtieri
How can survivors of trauma honor and even feel gratitude for our own survival instincts, while acknowledging healing is often a complicated journey?
~ Reina Gattuso
How have the terms “take care” and “self care” evolved in a post-pandemic climate?
~ Jenna Lee Forde
Learn all about what causes urinary incontinence and empower your body and stop unwanted leakage.
~ Molly Weinbender
With a perineal tear, penetration can feel less sexy and more painful. What’s going on down there? And will it ever feel better?
Marriage isn’t built on the occasional grand gesture; it’s nurtured through daily acts of kindness, respect, and attention.
~ Elizabeth Naai
Is myofascial release a stretch? A manual technique? Can you do it on yourself? Find answers here.
Giving yourself a head massage isn’t as hard or time-consuming as it seems. Here’s how to get started.
Bigger isn’t always better. Here’s what you should know about downsizing your breasts.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Understanding your menstrual cycle is crucial for caring for your own health, both physical and mental.
~ Molly Lipson
Even soft penises can feel pleasure. So why do we assume that erectile dysfunction means the end of our sex lives?
Here are some tips for nurturing good friendships that last.
Spoiler alert: the scientific community still isn’t totally sure what the G-spot is…or if it even exists at all.