God Gave Me a Mouth, But God Forbid I Use It To Talk About Sexual Assault in Our Society

I’ve always been told to use my mouth for the greater good. To speak up when I see or hear of any injustice. But I’ve noticed, that for so many who want to speak up for the greater good, this disappears when it comes to Read More …

How My Stereotypes Made Me Stronger

  The definition of a stereotype is “a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing,” but we all know that stereotypes are so much more than that. Stereotypes degrade, defame, humiliate, and break down their Read More …

Contraception: One Big Contraption

  Sex. We’re all having it. Or we aren’t. Whether you’re having sex or not, it’s good to know ways to protect yourself from pregnancy and STD’s. Here are some Q&A’s about the main types of contraceptives that people use. These aren’t all of the Read More …

Things I Wish I Had Learned In Sex-Ed: Virginity

When you search “virgin” on Merriam-Webster, the results are; “a person who has not had sexual intercourse,” “a person who is inexperienced in a usually specified sphere of activity,” “an unmarried woman devoted to religion,” “an absolutely chaste young woman,” and “an unmarried girl or Read More …

Why Sustain Natural’s Feminine Products Are Worth The Price Despite Questionable Health Claims

Father-daughter duo Jeffrey and Meika Hollander founded Sustain Natural with a mission: to advocate for sexual and reproductive health while reducing the environmental footprint typical of health and beauty companies to promote a better, safer world for anyone with a vagina. The company started by creating Read More …