World Menstruation Hygiene Day: How Art Is Bashing Period Stigma

World Menstruation Hygiene Day: How Art Is Bashing Period Stigma

Excellent and very thorough review of different brands of menstrual cups

The Best Menstrual Cup

Excellent and very thorough review of different brands of menstrual cups

Vulva Gallery Wants Women To Know That Body Diversity Is Beautiful

The Vulva Gallery Wants Women To Know That Body Diversity Is Beautiful

Hair removal, at its core, is a form of gendered social control.

The Casualties of Women's War on Body Hair

Hair removal, at its core, is a form of gendered social control.

Women are flocking to unproven treatments because modern medicine still doesn’t take them seriously

Women are flocking to wellness because modern medicine still doesn’t take them seriously

Women are flocking to unproven treatments because modern medicine still doesn’t take them seriously

These Period-Friendly Boxers For Transgender Men Are Designed To Work With Traditional Sanitary Products

These Boxers Are Period-Friendly For Transgender Men

These Period-Friendly Boxers For Transgender Men Are Designed To Work With Traditional Sanitary Products

Vulvas: shapes, sizes and misconceptions – Clued In – Medium

Vulvas: Shapes, sizes and misconceptions

Vulvas: shapes, sizes and misconceptions – Clued In – Medium

Pubic hair removal found to be harmful

Physician calls for an end to bikini waxing

Tracking your cervical fluid can give you clues about what hormonal changes and events are happening in your body right now. Understanding your own patterns can help you to know when ovulation has occurred, and when you might be able to skip the lube. Getting to know your fluid can also allow you to recognize when something may be off — from an infection or hormonal issue, for example.

Wet or sticky? What your discharge is telling you

Tracking your cervical fluid can give you clues about what hormonal changes and events are happening in your body right now. Understanding your own patterns can help you to know when ovulation has occurred, and when you might be able to skip the lube. Getting to know your fluid can also allow you to recognize when something may be off — from an infection or hormonal issue, for example.

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