Masturbation Month is a reminder of how far we have come in fighting for our right to self-pleasure, and the enemies faced along the way.
Essential to preventing infections, itching and UTIs, intimate hygiene is fundamental. This is a guide to the right products and habits.
Prebiotics and probiotics: found in our wellness staples, different yet complementary, they are key to vulva and vagina health.
For too long, we have ignored the difference between vulva and vagina, using the latter to describe both. It’s time for the confusion to end.
How does masturbation affect mental health and is masturbation anxiety a thing? Despite its proven benefits, masturbation isn’t everyone’s go-to way of feeling better.
When it comes to vulvas and vaginas, why are pH levels so fundamental? Because maintaining the right pH prevents internal bacterial infections.
When it comes to lubricants, what isn’t inside might mean more than what is. Let’s find out more about what ingredients are safe and suitable.
Let’s distance ourselves from the classic vaginal dryness = menopause narrative and take the measure of how many factors come into play.
As World Sexual Health Day approaches (4 September), let’s review the great sexual health bias and explore ways to keep your vaginas healthy and happy.
While mindful masturbation may have fallen victim to some form of hype, we shouldn’t dismiss it as the wellness trend du jour.
Crystals hold a power over us and our bodies, whether we believe it or not. And it is now universally recognised that all matter has an aura.