The notion conjured up pictures of busty maidens with long-haired Latino lovers on the cover of a Mills & Boon - I am happy to report I was quite wrong
When Shelley Morelli suffered from stress incontinence during her first pregnancy, she refused to be consigned to a life of bulky knickers. Instead she took control of her pelvic floor. She quickly realised that this was the first step on a journey to increased body confidence and improved sexuality, an insight which led her to curate a range of products for other women in the hope that they too would realise there was (pelvic) life after kids!
May is National Masturbation Month - an excuse, if ever one were needed, to talk about the subject from a woman’s perspective
15/05/2018 14:02 BST
I was listening to the brilliant Hotbed Collective podcast with Cherry Healey, Anniki Sommerville and Lisa Williams. In episode
04/04/2018 10:53 BST
It turns out that 7 million women in the UK suffer from a weakened pelvic floor after having children. In other words, we pee our pants.
02/04/2018 21:29 BST