Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
We talked to Dame’s CEO and Lead Product Engineer on the benefits of owning multiple vibrators.
Casual sex can be fraught for many of us. Here’s how self-reflection can help.
~ Reina Gattuso
TikTok tips to take your selfie game from basic to boudoir.
We asked some of our staff to share the story of their first sex toy. The answers did not disappoint!
Let’s dive a little deeper into Sex Oil and its elements of cardamom and sandalwood.
~ Raven Simone Walker
Self-massaging is a chance to give ourselves the supportive and healing touch we need.
~ Sarah Seely
You can now find Dame Products at Sephora! Here are a few of our other Sephora faves.
~ Rachel Malkin
How do you figure out what do you like in bed? Missionary? Doggy style? Cowgirl?
~ Kamil Lewis
Let’s explore the barriers that often prevent women and clit-owners from orgasming.
~ Gigi Engle
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.
We’ve compiled all the tricks to take your single orgasmic life to a land of multiplicity.
Discrimination against bisexual people is harmful and persistent. Here’s how to cope.
Getting to know your vulva is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
~ Suzannah Weiss
What does “codependency” mean when it comes to romantic relationships?
~ Brittini Carter
Making your own porn can be a beautiful way to practice self-love.
This Valentine’s Day, give grace, gentleness, and TLC to your partner—or yourself.
What’s a single person to do when cuffing season beckons?
Nudity is a great tool in self-love and body acceptance—and it has real health benefits.
~ Laura Delarato
Masturbation has historically been considered blasphemous, unhealthy, and indulgent.
Yes, masturbation is straight-up good for your physical health.
In an era of uncertainty, snapping nude selfies has become this writer’s sacred ritual.
~ Loré Yessuff
How is the pandemic affecting couples’ masturbation routines?
~ Anna Breslaw
The body neutrality movement focuses on what the body does instead of how it looks.