January 2016

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Orgasms And Sexual Satisfaction


“People who have regular orgasms live longer, seem to have less stress and enjoy lower rates of heart disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer, and endometriosis. You can beallergic to orgasms. They don’t induce labor in pregnant women but they can cause a seizure. Circumcision causes orgasm problems for both men and women.”

Read More -> Barking Up the Wrong Tree

“The Skinny” A Bold Comedy about Feminism and Eating Disorders





Checkout the full trailer -> HERE


US lingerie brand praised for featuring ‘curvy’, un-airbrushed teenager in latest campaign


“Aerie released a pledge in 2014 to use un-airbrushed photos of women wearing its products”

Read more -> INDEPENDENT

Obama Weighs in on Tampon Tax


“President Barack Obama has weighed in on the controversial tampon tax just days after the year of the period came to a close. YouTube star Ingrid Nilson asked the president why 40 states in the U.S. continue to levy a sales tax on feminine hygiene products as if they are luxury goods. ‘I don’t know anyone who would say periods are a luxury,’ she said. ”

marie claire

A Common Secret: Struggling With The Stigma Of Herpes


“Meeting girls at the bar didn’t come as easily for Adrial Dale as it did for his friends. Standing on the sidelines, Dale watched his pals saunter up to women, cool and confident, perfect for the pickup scene.  But Dale could never bring himself to do it. He was terrified about having to reveal a secret, one that had brought him shame for years.”

Continue Reading -> NPR

Must-Know Facts About the Most Common Cause of Stinky Hoo-Ha

“It’s called Bacterial Vaginosis, and it’s a bitch.”



Anal sex education video

“Let’s be honest: Anal sex is complicated. Compared to vaginal penetration, it’s less lubey, more messy, more painful, and less popular. And yet… it’s still massively popular.”


What happens when you hold in your pee?

“It might not feel like it, but the adult bladder can hold as much as half a litre (2 cups) of pee before you’ll feel the need to ‘go’.”

Science alert

Oral contraceptives don’t increase risk of birth defects


“Oral contraceptives taken just before or during pregnancy do not increase the risk of birth defects, according to a new study by researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Statens Serum Institut in Denmark.”


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