Just in time for Halloween, University of Glasgow medical student Mike McCormick released diagrams of the female and male reproductive systems made out of all the kinds of candy I hated to get when I went trick-or-treating as a kid.
Not one, not two, but four pelvic floor exercise devices are hitting the market to encourage women to do their Kegels. Rose Eleveth talks to their creators about their mission to help strengthen hidden (but important) muscles and asks whether the process really needs to be gamified. Check out the article at Refinery…
Human vaginas don’t have the fantastical loops and blind alleys of a duck vagina, but they still have some pretty amazing shape-changing powers. Here’s how they’re put together, and how that anatomy lets them grow when they need to.
A video maker put an ad in Craigslist looking for women who had never seen their own vaginas—astoundingly people responded and agreed to be filmed as they examined themselves for the first time.
Okay, preemptively, enough giggling. Feminine hygiene is serious business—and booming business, too. Which is why Summer's Eve has dropped this big budget yonic ode to the female genitalia, which they say shaped the course of history.
I know that Amazon doesn't have much control over its vendors, but this "Whimsical Bow Lace Thigh-High Stockings with Lace Tops, Red" from "Leg Avenue" is certainly not what I thought it was.