Kelly Kling

Kelly Kling is an Austinite from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She's been a writer and editor for almost 10 years and began her career as a copy editor for her alma mater's newspaper, The University Star. In addition to being a women's health writer for Giddy, she is a digital proofreader for an advertising agency and a resume editor. When she isn't writing or editing, she's dancing, playing Mario Kart, or snuggling with her dogs while rewatching old comedies.

Elective Induction: A Look at the Pros and Cons

It's important to be informed of the benefits and risks of controlling the labor process.

By Kelly Kling

Understanding STDs/STIs

On Communication, Sex and Dating With a Sexually Transmitted Disease

Intimate relationships can seem intimidating when you have an STD, but don't feel ashamed.

By Kelly Kling

Dating

Try Reading Body Language—Yours, Too

The mind is fast, but the body is faster. Nonverbal communication can say a lot about people.

By Kelly Kling

Pregnancy and Postpartum Life

How to Mentally Prepare for Labor

Doulas discuss key ways to be ready for the pain of delivery.

By Kelly Kling

Communication in Relationships

Let's Talk Boundaries Around Porn Consumption in Relationships

From accusations of cheating to creating unrealistic expectations, take care with pornography.

By Kelly Kling

The Importance of a Period-Inclusive Workplace

People shouldn't have to feel shame around menstruation at work, school or anywhere else.

By Kelly Kling

Communication in Relationships

The Shape of Modern Nonmonogamy

If you're considering opening up your relationship, it's important to be informed.

By Kelly Kling