Sexual autonomy is an important indicator of women’s empowerment and liberation in society. In fact, the sexual autonomy of everyone, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, should be a basic human right. Everyone should have the liberty to express their desires in a consensual manner, and choose when, how and whom to practice sexual relations with.
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Mothers are always put on a pedestal within the society only to make people averse to their struggles. Have you ever wondered what it feels like to produce a human being and experience it within the body for about nine months only to witness the everlasting impact of the absence of it in the womb? Read it to find out.
About 30-35 million people in India get diagnosed with an STI each year, yet, conversations around the topic are hardly initiated. If you’re frustrated with this lack of information, this is the right place to be! Read on to find more about the “it” infections a not-so-obvious code name for STIs that has evolved over time
The concept of genital hygiene is a broad term that includes hygiene behaviors and care practices that protect from genital infections, maintain genital infections and improve health. Genital hygiene is an important ritual which must be taught to both vagina and penis owners.
The word ‘douche’ is French for ‘washing’ or ‘soaking’. When discussing the vagina, it refers to the practice of washing one’s vagina with usually a combination of water and vinegar. And as it happens, most of the myths surrounding the issue are highly dangerous to one’s vaginal health. Here’s a look into the harmful practice of douching – why people do it and the many reasons why one shouldn’t.
We talk a lot about foreplay and what happens during sex, but what we don’t talk about enough is what happens after. Aftercare is a broad term for how you and your partner support each other and check-in after you’ve had sex. Read through to pick up some tips on how to make your after care even more accommodating.