• woman itching genitals

    Sexual Health 101: All About Crabs

    What is it? Crabs or pubic lice is a skin parasite that lives on humans where there are body hair, except on the head. It lives mainly in the rough body hairs around the genitals and under the armpits, and is transmitted by intercourse or …

    Read Post
  • Learn All About Chlamydia

    What is it? Chlamydia is a very common STI that can infect both women and men. It’s a bacterial infection that transmits through unprotected sex and can infect the penis, vagina, cervix, anus, urethra, eyes, and throat. As opposed to some other STIs, the silver …

    Read Post
  • Let’s Chat About Vaginal Discharge

    What is it? Vaginal discharge is a mucus or fluid that is excreted from the vagina. Most girls will notice that they get a little discharge for a while before they get their period for the first time, maybe one to two years before. All …

    Read Post
  • My Journey Discovering Sex Toys

    My sex toy journey started after I ended a long-term relationship back in 2012. I knew about sex toys from being an avid fan of “Sex and the City”. However, nothing could have prepared me for all of the orgasmic lessons and blessings I was about …

    Read Post
  • Coping With Heavy Periods

    Having heavy periods is often very annoying and uncomfortable. Medically, a heavy period is when you soak through a pad or tampon within two hours. This is a condition called menorrhagia. The definition is when a woman has a heavy period (see above) or when …

    Read Post
  • PMS: What Exactly Is It?

    PMS stands for premenstrual syndrome. Millions of women are affected by PMS each month. According to one study, it was estimated that almost 90% of women experience at least one symptom during their menstrual cycle each month. Although, most of these symptoms are mild enough …

    Read Post
  • birth control pack

    Should I Start Birth Control?

    Many young woman ask themselves, “should I start birth control?” And the reason for starting may not be why you think. According to a study by the Guttmacher Institute, 82% of teens use the pill for non-contraceptive reasons.

    Read Post
  • Got a Yeast Infection?

    Oh, no, not again! That awful itch. Damning the fact that you are not a cavewoman, scratching yourself in public might not always be socially acceptable. Carefully adjusting your pants might do the trick, but either way, you need to deal with it ASAP. The …

    Read Post