Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Sexual etiquette is a delicate but necessary line to walk as we learn, grow, play with our partners.
~ Laura Delarato
High school is a battleground for your burgeoning sexuality.
~ Colleen Godin
Sex tech maven Cindy Gallop on her bedroom essentials.
Here’s a secret: The right ways to care for yourself are often the laziest.
~ Alex Fine
Our relationships with love and finances are inextricably tied together.
~ Sara Radin
What if you’re happily vanilla?
One queer porn director recommends following the performers themselves.
~ Emma McGowan
Anxiety can take someone out of the moment, creating a roadblock to sexual pleasure.
Wouldn’t it be better if we all had friends who accepted us and our sexuality?
~ Alanna Greco
You can still practice open relationships while handling the green-eyed monster.
Society often portrays sexless folks as sad or pathetic.
Female ejaculation is much debated, with often unclear origins and actionable steps.
Being single is a learning experience—one that happens to be good for your mental health.
~ Ashley Laderer
Fantasy and role play are a unique and marvelous part of being in this world.
~ Gigi Engle
Broaching sexual topics with your parents can build those bonds that only adult conversation can bring.
We need a better approach to STIs than crossing our fingers and hoping we don’t get one.
~ Louise Head
We spoke to a group of female-identifying individuals about their personal experiences and what they wish society would recognize.
Dame hosts a panel about having sex and maturing.
~ Arielle Egozi
Once you’re all tied up, what’s next?
~ Sophie Saint Thomas
MazKenzie Peck, founder of Math Magazine, on her bedroom essentials.
In relationships, codependent people can have trouble making decisions on their own.
Do you like porn when you’re watching it but feel kind of… bad, afterward? We explain why.
Dirty talk requires vocalizing desire in a way most of us are not used to.
~ Marie Solis