The eggs are being sold to “promote healthy conversations around sex positivity”.
As Lily speaks about the condition in Netflix's Sex Education, here's what you need to know.
Just think twice before giving it to your HR manager during secret Santa.
Vaginal flatulence can be awkward in the heat of the moment, but it's nothing to be ashamed of.
A Facebook post is reminding women that vulvas come in all sizes, shapes, and smells.
...and no, it does not involve douching, in any form.
"It's a vagina. Not a Yankee Candle," writes a Canadian OB-GYN.
It isn't about being confident in a bikini, it's about addressing the shame, embarrassment and lack of knowledge that women routinely experience when something goes wrong inside their pelvis (ovaries, womb, cervix, vagina) or between their legs (the vulva). This is body shaming of a different kind - internal, specific to women's reproductive health and genitals.