Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Have you found yourself nervously Googling your symptoms to figure out “Am I pregnant”? Turns out, lots of other conditions have symptoms similar to pregnancy.
~ Mollie Davies
A guide to types of hysterectomies, indications, recovery, and more.
~ Kaitlyn Arford
Meditation helps simmer down the voices within and strengthens awareness of both our mind and body. Here’s how it works.
~ Vartika Puranik
All about cervical cancer, what causes it, as well as the risks factors.
~ Racheal Ede
If you’re frequently tensing up at the thought of penetrative sex, you may have vaginismus.
~ Kate Ingham-Smith
Here are a few tips to begin being more intentional about your news consumption.
~ Molly Lipson
What might lead you to look for a sex therapist, and what can you hope to get from the work?
~ Kamil Lewis
TikTok has some tips for both managing overall anxiety and nipping panic attacks in the bud.
National Condom Week brings awareness to the importance of using condoms and having safe sex.
You can now find Dame Products at Sephora! Here are a few of our other Sephora faves.
~ Rachel Malkin
Over the last 3 years, Facebook rejected at least 60 women’s health and wellness ads.
~ Carla Sparks
How might attachment styles show up in the bedroom?
~ Xenia Ellenbogen
Your libido is usually not a fixed, spontaneous entity.
Knowing your expectations early on is a great way to make sure your sexual needs are met.
Natural biological sex is much more complex than the male/female binary.
~ Sandra Carpenter
Sinikiwe Dhliwayo is an art director, public speaker, and founder of Naaya, which aims to make wellness equitable and restorative for BIPOC folks.
~ Loré Yessuff
For marginalized people, wellness challenges shame and suffering.
~ Tara Aura
Masturbation has historically been considered blasphemous, unhealthy, and indulgent.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Yes, masturbation is straight-up good for your physical health.
~ Gigi Engle
In an era of uncertainty, snapping nude selfies has become this writer’s sacred ritual.
Mindfulness can work wonders for your relationships.
~ Gillian Florence Sanger
Ready for a relationship? Become the best version of yourself.
Unlike talk therapy, somatic sex education expands self-inquiry into the entire body.
~ Amanda Wattie