While the practice is quite common, your vagina doesn't need it. Here's why.
While the practice is quite common, your vagina doesn't need it. Here's why.
Discharge, burning and a bad odor sound bothersome, but this condition is usually resolvable.
These painful occurrences can be the ultimate pleasure blocker, so get creative.
If you've got protuberances on your buttocks that aren't pimples, check out a few possibilities.
Recurring infections can lead to complications with these organs near the vaginal opening.
Here's what the experts have to say about the impact of thrush on your love life.
The grooming products you use are probably damaging the environment—there are better options.
There's a lot of talk about vaginal pH and how to maintain it. Let's clear the air, shall we?
Getting itchy 'downtown' may be a problem you can solve at home.
Revelations about intimate products are all over social media, but are the items necessary?
Even when you have the purest of intentions, douching is generally not recommended by experts.
This unpleasant condition is common, but the addition of blood may indicate a further problem.
Yes, anal bleaching is a popular beauty trend, but is it right for you?
It's possible to elicit an allergic reaction on your partner with basic skin-to-skin contact.
Petition by more than 40 companies states 'sexist' algorithms are blocking educational content.
Xaciato, an antibiotic gel applied vaginally, offers an alternative to traditional methods.
Osteopath Evan Goldstein talks all things butt to educate and excite the masses.
The skin condition sticks around long term, so have a plan to manage the symptoms.
Skene's glands may be the cause of your bladder discomfort.
Women are ditching toxins in favor of safer period care.
Whether using water-safe toys or a running faucet, your clitoris will thank you.
A breakdown of the many options.
If you're experiencing unpleasant vulval sensations, vulvitis may be the cause.
Pimples on your face and back are common, but they'll also pop up where you least expect them.
If you can't isolate, follow these tips to have safer sex during an infection.
A skin condition is not an immovable barrier to romantic fulfillment.
Beware of marketing ploys and pay attention to the ingredients before using these risky items.
The social media giant's advertising policies are under scrutiny from human rights experts.
Don't sweat the small stuff, unless the small stuff is hyperhidrosis.
Genital residue is often associated with penises, but it's just as common for women.
While people claim the trend has benefits, experts say it actually causes harm.
Self-lubrication depends on a number of factors and varies person to person.
Despite the rumors, your downstairs doesn't change with the seasons.
How you choose to style your pubes may impact more than aesthetics.
Could the woolly vulva, driven to near extinction in the '90s, be making a triumphant comeback?
Certain products can irritate your lady parts, so it's good to know what you're buying.
Understanding your vagina is important but experts say you won't find answers with this product.
Your go-to guide for discovering anal plugs, beads, prostate massagers and more.
Without proper care, an infection that begins in your mouth may lead to coronary heart disease.
This common condition can't be prevented, but it can be easily treated at home or by a doctor.
If staining of undergarments has happened to you, don't be alarmed. It's totally normal.
Your shampoo, conditioner and soap shouldn't be in the same bottle.
Working with your doctor can help prevent future complications.
Celebrities may endorse skipping days or even weeks, but don't turn off the faucet just yet.
What's the difference between arousal fluid and normal vaginal fluid?
When you're trying to eliminate intimate odor, you may need to eliminate the suds.
Some things even you—an expert in the field—may not know about one of your favorite activities.
Does what you eat and drink really make a difference in intimate odor? Not so much.
The often criticized diet has some disturbing side effects for women.
The ultimate guide to healing so you can get on with your life.
Food in the bedroom can be fun, but it can also create a hot mess.
From '70s bushes to bald as a badger, these are the era-defining styles down there.
Internal feelings or external stimuli? Here's why some women experience sleep orgasms.
Instagram's That Gay Butt Stuff Doctor Carlton offers the anal analysis you need.
Beware of sweaty spandex and all the other ways the season can wreak havoc on your nether parts.
The way you remove pubic hair can vary significantly in price, pain and effectiveness.
These little worms can be a big annoyance, but they don't have to be a big deal.
Yoni eggs have surged in popularity, but they're a yo-no from doctors.
Looking to get busy abroad? Know what to bring for sexual encounters.
You have no problem with giving, so what's stopping you from receiving?
There can be a fine line between pleasing your partner and compromising who you are.
Post-coital cleanings can feel good, but some experts question if they're necessary.
Everybody poops, but not everybody knows what to avoid when cleaning up.
Women heading abroad should prep for sexual health needs and be ready for spontaneity.
Rules for when you want to get dirty (but not too dirty!) in the great outdoors.
Whether it’s a little extra lubrication or full-blown orgasms, women can have wet dreams, too.
Scabies is an easily treated parasitic infection that carries a damaging social stigma.
Brazilian, sculpted, full bush—I've enjoyed them all, but finally settled on a style.
UTIs are always a nuisance, but if they're happening with regularity, it's time to see a doctor.
Learn how simple lifestyle changes can help prevent this uncomfortable condition.
The often unexplored territory between your clitoris and vagina deserves your attention.
Even for those locked up with a partner, self-love reigned during the pandemic.
Here's what might be causing your bad breath and how you can get rid of it.
It's a fast solution for unwanted smells. Here's how it works and why you should avoid overuse.
Most women who've read the back of a tampon box have heard of TSS—but how can it affect you?
These innovative products offer super protection—plus save money, stress and the planet.
It's important to know the facts, as it affects millions of women in the U.S.
Can changing your diet help you prevent or alleviate a urinary tract infection?
There are some surprisingly simple and holistic remedies to improve vaginal health.
While the cause of this chronic vulva pain is unknown, treatment is possible.
It's time to face facts: Douching is bad for you—and your vagina.
Finding the perfect lube choice for sensitive skin can be tricky. Let us help!
Many say the announcement is a step in the right direction but no silver bullet.
You might feel far from fresh during menstruation, but here's how to turn that around.
Knowing actions to take when you forget to take your daily pill can help you avoid pregnancy.
Before making that dreaded trip to the drugstore, look online instead.
It may be time to spruce up areas you've been neglecting during the pandemic—just not this one.
Here’s how to manage oral herpes breakouts and prevent them from reoccurring.
Candidiasis may start as a minor bacterial infection, but it should be taken seriously.
From haircare to hair removal, we get into the truth about daily routines.
What you do after sex can make a world of difference in protecting your health.
With so many choices in grooming practices and products, it helps to review what’s essential.
A few products from your pantry may be the simple solution to this common problem.
The answer may surprise—and free—you. Here are some do's and don'ts for going au naturel.
Keep the skin on your bikini line smooth and irritation-free with easy-to-implement pointers.
Make personal choice the foundation of your hygiene regimen—not ancient myths or current trends.
Two experts weigh in on all your noisy vag concerns.
Our do’s and don’ts will make your first anal experience memorable, for all the right reasons.
Staying informed about HPV can reduce your risk for cancer, including cervical cancer.
If uneven vaginal pH leads to bacterial vaginosis, you should know how to respond.
Positive diet, lifestyle and hygiene choices impact vaginal health and prevent chronic issues.
Itching down below? Here's a list of possible causes along with helpful treatments.
In a ticklish conversation, success comes down to how you choose your words.
Optimal underwear can lead to a healthier vagina in terms of sex life and fertility.
Just because they're common doesn't mean UTIs can't be dangerous. Getting treated is key.
Here's the nitty-gritty on how to perform and receive oral sex during that time of the month.
Though less common today than it was in the 1980s and '90s, toxic shock syndrome is not gone.
Feminine hygiene products are all the rage—but how much do we really know about them?
Sex, diet, exercise, stress, genetics and medications can all affect a person's body odor.
If you're worried about what you look like down there, stop stressing.
Sexually active? Keep your pH balanced and your vagina healthy with these tips.
UTIs can cause painful symptoms and become dangerous if untreated, but you can stave them off.
The trick to shopping for intimate hygiene and pleasure products: Keep it simple.
Women shouldn't let myths about menstrual products leave them confused and misinformed.
There's nothing 'icky' about the benefits. Trust us.
Users claim these non-medical suppositories change a woman's smell and taste.
Before spending your hard-earned money on grooming or personal-care products, know the facts.
It’s not as impossible as it seems.
We’re all highly susceptible to these common infections, so be prepared with the facts.
Yes, salad-tossing can be a source of good, clean fun.
Pubic lice are unwelcome visitors but easily treatable when you know the facts.
Safer sex isn’t just about preventing unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
Hold off on spooning until after you take a bathroom break.
A UTI can strike at any time and lead to serious complications. Be prepared with the facts.
Blemishes and pimples can make menstrual periods even less fun. Try these simple solutions.
Looking for some variety down there? There’s more than one way to reach your pubic hair goals.
Vaginal discharge cleans and protects the cervix, and can also alert women to potential issues.
Though common, candidiasis is a condition to take seriously.
A sex toy can be a lot of fun, but seriously now, it requires proper use and cleaning.
Keeping everything clean and fresh down there is actually pretty simple.
Diet and lifestyle changes can result in a healthy vagina and improved well-being.
Sex toys are fun, but it’s essential to clean them well so you can avoid spreading infections.
Talking through your sexual insecurities is good for the soul and the best way to overcome them.
Pubic hair grooming habits are constantly evolving. What pubic practice is best for you?
Don’t put your sex life on hold during your period.
Menstrual cups aren’t new, but they have seen a recent spike in popularity. Find out why.
Increase vaginal health with fewer products and more nurture.
Save yourself from pain and trouble by identifying possible causes of urinary tract infections.