In this episode, Jessy and Rebekah get to chat with Mariah Freya, co-founder of beducated. We learned about tantric sex, her journey through the world of sexual awakening and made a new friend! This episode has it all, so get ready!!
Between getting it on, having our periods, and just generally staying healthy, there are a whole lot of products we use on—and in—our vaginas. We researched condoms, toys, lubes, scented soaps, and menstrual products, and came up with this handy guide for understanding how the things we put in our vaginas impact our bodies and the environment. Just in time for Earth Day.
Enter your email, then share with, email, or your own personal referral URL. While the rest of the country is celebrating semi-stale boxed chocolates from CVS and sickly sweet Hallmark cards, we like to bring it a bit closer to home and celebrate another totally made-up holiday, one that we call T reat Your V-Day as in vagina. Who buys you flowers!
How do you make a girl want you so bad that her pussy starts to drip? How do you turn her on without being cheesy? Learning how to make a girl horny is easy, as long as she already likes you, and especially if the two of you have never had sex.
When most people think of the clitoris, they think of the small visible part. But research indicates that it actually has branches that extend down underneath the skin, along either side of the vulva, kind of in a wishbone shape. The vulva refers to the outside, visible parts of your genitalia.
The purpose of this study was to assess the association of psychosocial stress with bacterial vaginosis in a longitudinal sample of nonpregnant women. A 1-year prospective longitudinal design was used. Assessments were conducted quarterly for 1 year and included a standardized pelvic examination, an assessment of clinical symptoms, and an extensive self-report interview.
However, all women have the inherent physical ability to ejaculate. Some women are very comfortable with this. But some women have never even had an orgasm before.
One of the ideas of menstrual activism is to encourage women around the world to have the freedom to openly talk about menstruation and vaginas. And yes, to basically break the traditional and cultural views about bleeding vaginas and feminine hygiene. Your vagina has good and bad bacteria.