Cervix, hymen, ovaries – oh my! Check out the wonderful world of female reproductive anatomy – your health will thank you.
Our bodies change every day, but what about our hearts? Here's what one woman has discovered about love, sex and dating that she wishes she could tell her younger self.
Period sex- it's the elephant in the (bed)room, the final frontier of vanilla intercourse, and quite possibly the big red stain on your pristine, white sheets.
If you’re in your first trimester, we want to extend our congratulations! But we bet you’d appreciate a little advice on what to expect even more.
PMS is something you probably heard about before you even knew what a period was, but if your monthly mood shifts seem closer to clinical depression, you may have PMDD.
Pelvic floor disorders can include urinary or fecal incontinence and pelvic prolapse. Find out more about the signs and treatments for this important health issue.
From kegels to whole-body fitness, these exercises will spice up your sex life and help you get a workout that benefits your mind, body and soul.
An honest account of the most common (but untalked about) body changes after pregnancy, plus tips on how to deal with them.
We want to address some of the major misconceptions surrounding hymens - what they are, what they do, and why society's obsession with them is wack.
The benefits of being fully hydrated can’t be overstated, but getting your 8 glasses of water is easier said than done, so check out our tips and tricks!
Affecting 8-20% of menstruators (and being a leading cause infertility) means it pays to be PCOS-literate.
Heavier periods, cystic acne, smaller boobs and a libido that just won’t quit - read about some of the side-effects of stopping birth control...
Masturbation should be everyone’s favourite pastime but sometimes you can get stuck in a bit of a rut. Keep reading to spice up your self lovin’ sessions!
UTIs are an extremely common - and very annoying. Know the signs of a UTI or more serious kidney infection and learn when to see a doctor.