Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Doctors don’t always cover the incredible, sometimes challenging changes that can happen with sex after birth.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Helpful info about what can cause clitoral pain and how it can be treated.
We asked some of our staff to share the story of their first sex toy. The answers did not disappoint!
Fact: External vibrators are so much more than one-trick ponies.
~ Laura Delarato
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to sex toys and masturbation in a plus size body.
The wand vibrator has been subverting patriarchal mores around pleasure for decades now.
Nothing says Happy New Year like a squirting how-to!
Intimacy doesn’t just exist between you and partners, self intimacy is just as important.
~ Tara Michaela
Let’s explore the barriers that often prevent women and clit-owners from orgasming.
~ Gigi Engle
Here are some useful tips and tricks to assist you along your masturbatory journey.
Clarity on whether the G-spot exists, where you can find it, and how it makes you feel.
~ Louise Head
Orgasmic birth is a pleasurable and rewarding birth experience that can result in orgasm.
~ Leo Aquino
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.
We asked sexuality professionals to share how exactly they bring themselves to orgasm.
Getting to know your vulva is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
Here are some of the most pressing questions this doctor hears in her office.
~ Somi Javaid
Can you really have orgasms from exercise? Thankfully, the answer is yes.
Here are 10 of our favorite posts about the all-important act of masturbating.
The clitoris is a sprawling organ located in the vulva & has a one main purpose: Pleasure.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Squirting isn’t that different from peeing, so how do you know the difference?
The clitoris can be reached through anal sex. Cue the gasps.
Lots of people are anxious about about the ideal length of their sex.
It’s time we did away with the stereotype that lesbian relationships are sexless.
~ Megan Martin