Whether in our private or professional lives, most of us ensure that we treat our fellow human beings fairly, openly and with compassion. But one important thing often gets neglected: being truly good to oneself. Ask yourself, and be honest: do you love yourself? It’s time to be kinder to yourself. That’s why we’ve selected five smart tips to foster more self-love.
It is a little revolution: The O.school. An online shame-free platform for pleasure education, powered by live-streaming and chat. O Diaries talked with Co-Founder and CEO Andrea Barrica about the idea and why we need the O.school so desperately.
Cooking and eating with your partner isn’t just about the food. After all, lust and culinary delight go hand in hand. Make sure to take the time to prepare a romantic holiday dinner for two and include one of our passion enhancing recipes.
The successful german author Caroline Rosales loves her life as a single mother and in her new book advocates for single parents. Here is a portrait of a great woman!
I’m more the dark type of hair. Which means, female body hair is an issue for me since puberty. “Are these hairs in your face”, asked me another girl during sports class when I was only 13 years old. It was hard. And I wanted to get rid of my female body hair asap.
Viennese artists G-udit and $chwanger have turned cloud battle rap into their vehicle of feminist expression, but KlitClique’s lyrics are also filled with humor. One of their songs is called “Chérie, je suis un genie” and their first album “Schlecht im Bett, gut um Rap” (“Bad in bed, good in rap”) is out now. The title of the album is also the rappers’ reply to cheesy pickup lines.
Every woman is unique and so is her vulva. And yet many adult women struggle with the physical appearance of their genitals. Hilde Atalanta is trying to change this frame of mind with The Vulva Gallery. The Amsterdam-based illustrator’s paintings celebrate difference, not sameness, and encourage women to appreciate the uniqueness of their own bodies.
“Pink if it’s a girl; blue if it’s a boy” – the socialization of biological sex often starts before birth in our society. In contrast, the indigenous people of North America practiced a far more advanced interpretation of gender. Perhaps it’s time we learned from their wisdom.