Kegels for the next generation!

kGoal is a new device that has been designed to make kegel exercises easier and more fun. According to this article 30% of women are doing kegel exercises the wrong way. The device which is made of soft silicone sends feedback to an app so you can track your progress. As a bonus, if you …

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Pink ribbon blues.

An important article recently came out in Anthropology magazine about the after effects of breast cancer on a woman’s sexuality. The article is about one woman’s research with breast cancer survivors in Spain. Many of the women report feeling an enormous  impact on their sexuality after undergoing cancer treatment. A theme that kept coming up …

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“Am I normal?”

One of the most common questions I hear is, “Am I normal”? Whether it’s discussion around low libido, difficulty getting aroused, trouble with orgasm, painful intercourse, or general dating and relationship issues, the desire for validation and reassurance is part of the human experience. Often behind the question of being normal lies a deeper, more …

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First moon party.

They did it again! I don’t know if you remember the “camp gyno” ad that went viral last year but the company “Hello Flo” came out with another video which is also adorable/hilarious/touching-in-a-weird-way. I do think these ads are really funny. I also think they are a commentary on how important to girls their first …

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Woman Code.

I’m reading a fascinating book written by holistic health coach, Alisa Vitti. The title of the book is Woman Code and provides great advice and research on how to regulate menstrual cycles, clear up skin, lose weight, alleviate PMS, improve moods, and have better sex by following a whole-foods program. The idea behind following a whole-foods …

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Eye matters.

I think you can feel seen and known and loved when someone really looks you in the eye. A recent article in the New York Times titled, “Pssst. Look Over Here” by Kate Murphy, explores the importance of eye . “Only actual eye fully activates those parts of the brain that allow us to …

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But we have no time…Or do we?

One of the most common complaints among couples is feeling like they don’t have time to bond. Between the stresses of work, home, parenting, and other responsibilities, spending quality time with each other often falls to the bottom of the list. Yes, the occasional date night or vacation can be a nice break that provides …

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The inner workings of an orgasm — watch here!

Ever wonder how an orgasm works? Here’s your opportunity to get a speedy, fun overview of the process. I don’t promise you will understand the whole thing, but it does give you a sense of how complicated a process it is…and it will also probably make you smile! Even if you never have experienced an …

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Sex and shame.

Shame is one of those things that is universally experienced but spoken about minimally, yet it is an incredibly powerful force in the way we perceive ourselves and our relationships. People feel shame about a variety of issues in their lives. For women, shame around their bodies and sexuality is unfortunately very common and can …

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How to love, and books that can help.

In my last blog entry, I talked about a hypothetical college course teaching young adults how to love. The more I think about this idea the more vital I think it is. Because so many marriages end in divorce wouldn’t it be helpful if young people had more education and guidance around such an important …

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