For centuries, female sexuality has been a source of male irritation. And in reality, not much has changed over the last few years. We believe this has to end. Here are sex – sorry – six facts and must-knows for enlightened women and men.
The hashtag #WhyIDidntReport has gone viral and adds a new – and no less shocking – chapter to the #MeToo movement. Survivors of sexual abuse have been using the hashtag to break the silence and speak up about their experiences. The trend has been triggered by an unfolding national scandal and a tweet from none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump.
The human body is a pleasure map and its erogenous zones are the points that excite and stimulate the senses. But which are the most sensitive areas? Let’s find out.
The clitoris is THE organ of pleasure! The only purpose is sexual desire and satisfaction. Amazing, isn’t it? What’s surprising: Many men and women do not know a lot about the clitoris. This is going to end now! We’ll give you an overview about the anatomy of clitoris and give you some suprising facts, which are good to know.
Although LGBTQI may sound a bit like a mobile phone contract, it’s actually the acronym for “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer and Intersex Life”. But what exactly do the individual terms mean? Trans- or intersexual, queer or gay – our little LGBTQI glossary is here to help (in alphabetical order).
Endometriosis is more than just menstrual cramps. Yet, many doctors still don’t recognize the gynecological condition or provide relevant educational materials. Women can suffer from intense pain during their periods, but it can be difficult to distinguish if the pain is part of the menstrual cycle or a symptom of an underlying problem. That’s why it’s important to detect endometriosis early on and learn more about it.