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All Self-Care Posts
How Erotica Can Help You Find Your Mojo After Breast Cancer
The idea of putting on paper the interactions or acts that might make me feel sexy, connected, loved, seemed powerful." Hear how erotica helped this breast cancer survivor find her mojo in her guest post
Protect your vulvar and vaginal health at every age
Vaginal dryness is not only experienced by women during menopause. Learn how to Protect your vulvar and vaginal health at every age.
Anxiety, Depression & Desire During Quarantine
Learn 8 steps to connect to your body and curb anxiety and depression in quarantine from Certified Sex Therapist Maegan Megginson
5 Self-Care Rituals To Nourish Your Sensual Self
Are you taking care of your sensual self? Reba The Diva gives you 5 fun new ways to ensure you're taking care of yourself!
A Beginner's Guide to Vibrators
Before you spend a ton of money on a new toy...it’s important to have an idea of what you’re looking to experience and a good understanding of what’s available to help you achieve your pleasure goals.
Get Slick. Let’s talk Lube, Part 1
Learn the purpose of lubrication, how, when and why it occurs naturally and common causes of vaginal dryness.
4 Steps to Better Sex
Whether someone is struggling with anxiety about sex and they have had few sexual partners or they have had many partners, the felt sense of not-knowing (about sexual desires, arousal, pleasure) can lead to feelings of insecurity around sex. Here are 4 other ways of thinking about sex.
Libido through the years: what you need to know in your 20s
There are a wide range of factors – hormonal, emotional and even societal – that can affect your sex drive, even in your 20s, and low libido at this age can be a lot more common than we realize.
Can I ask my OBGYN that?
Talking to your gynecologist about odors, itching or sex can seem daunting. We tackle 6 common questions you may be too embarrassed to ask.
Self-pleasure is a human right too.
Female masturbation is normal, beneficial, and healthy.
Becoming Cliterate: Great reads for your sexual health
Update your sexual knowledge will these great reads recommended by Rosy Founder and CEO, Lyndsey Harper, MD