Is there such a thing as a submissive feminist? Let’s look into how these two seemingly contradictory dynamics might coexist.
Amongst basic human rights, sexual and reproductive rights are instrumental for women and gender equality in general.
What does toxic masculinity actually mean? Are men the new feminists? We asked Mica Macho’s anthropologist and sex coach Francesco Ferreri.
Ghosting, gaslighting and love bombing are expanding the new relationship lexicon. But should we think twice before using them?
World Compliment Day falls on 1 March. But is it really “the most positive day of the year”? We investigate the politics behind the praise.
Clichés are easy, familiar and comforting, especially when it comes to love and relationships, yet they usually hide more complex dynamics.
From full waxes to plastic surgery, the “perfect vulva” myth sells. Beyond cosmetic considerations, this is about more than mere personal preferences.
The era of unsolicited opinions on our vaginas, vulvas and the way they ought to look and smell is over. And marketing speak has made it worse.
How do you even meet new people after a pandemic, and how are you supposed to behave around them? How have dating and relationships evolved?
Is body positivity in its current incarnation really all that positive or is it time to move on?
Introduced to the sexual sphere, Applied to the intimate sphere, the mental load refers to the equally invisible efforts put in by women to perpetuate our modern sexual dynamics.
Everybody’s talking about it, in popular culture and beyond, and more and more of us are doing it. What is it all about?
Summer is indeed the season of skin, the season of sweat… but does that necessarily translate to an out-of-control sex drive?
Why is the silent orgasm even a thing? Because there still are many expectations and beliefs attached to the female orgasm.
The pleasure gap is at the core of the latest sexual revolution, the one that’s all about female pleasure.