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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?
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.
~ Jacqueline Gualtieri
Bigger isn’t always better. Here’s what you should know about downsizing your breasts.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Whether you’re rubbing a friend’s back or giving a massage, healing touch begins with active consent and communication.
We explore the many benefits of breathwork exercises and walk you through 4 that you can use anywhere, at any time, whenever you need.
~ Aimée Lister
Being LGBTQIA+ in America Right Now Is Exhausting. Therapists weigh in on why it’s okay to not be okay, self-care, and activism.
~ Xenia Ellenbogen
Self-massage has also been known to help ease digestion, muscle strain and tension, headaches, and anxieties. Here are some techniques to get started.
~ Mollie Davies
Naturally delicious and clinically proven to boost sexual satisfaction, Desire Gummies are here to make this summer your most intimate yet.
~ Roxanne Fequiere
There’s no one definite cause of early menopause, but things like support groups and birth control can help.
~ Ashley Broadwater
We spoke with hormone specialist, Dr Martin Kinsella, to find out more about fertility, pregnancy and irregular periods.
Let’s discuss the complex relationship between feminism, body hair, and hair removal.
~ Suzannah Weiss
This sexpert advocated for herself and found treatment for her clitoral balanitis.
Before you can address your burnout, you need to know if you have it. Here are five signs to look out for.
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.
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