Each one of us is beautiful and unique. But, for those of us with a vulva and a vagina, physically we all have the same anatomical parts and functions. And yet, there’s so much we don’t know, or weren’t taught in Sex Ed about women's anatomy. Have you ever truly studied your own anatomy? Do you know where your inner labia begin? Could you draw your vulva from memory? If you answered “no” to any of these questions, this is the blog article for you!
Maybe you remember when, or what, you first learned about the menstrual cycle. Maybe you don’t! One thing’s for sure: we’ve all heard at least one myth about our periods. With so much misinformation out there, we don’t blame you, it can be confusing to distinguish truth from fiction. In this article we’re busting five menstruation myths, from cramping, to the syncing of cycles, so that you can have a better understanding of what’s really going on in your body.
If you’ve ever been worried your boobs don’t look like the ones on social media or in the movies, you’re not alone. We don’t need to tell you we live in a society fuelled by unrealistic expectations of beauty and breast bounciness. However, holding unrealistic expectations of ourselves, our bodies, and our boobs is not doing any of us any good. Friendly reminder: nothing is expected of our boobs. Read on for more breast loving reminders!