Almost 6 years ago I was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis. It all happened so fast. I’m still dealing with: “Why did this happen to me?” and “How do I live my life in peace?” Here’s my story and I hope it helps you learn a little more about chronic illness and one of the many that deal with it.… Read More True Life: I have a chronic illness
Female body hair has been discussed in many ways, making it a political and yet freeing statement for female bodied individuals everywhere. … Read More The Political Statement of Body hair
A Feminist Marriage Reflection Time flies when you are having fun! At least for myself and my life partner we have had one crazy and adventurous first year of marriage. Last year around this time we shared our special feminist wedding ceremony with the world which we felt needed to be shared. This year to… Read More A Feminist Marriage Reflection
The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book- A Review Illustrated by Meggyn Pomerleau (more work here) and Edited by Elly Blue *Reposted to offer another self-care option during Covid-19. Stay well!* When @microcosmpub reached out to me to review a coloring book, I was a little taken back. “I don’t color,” I thought. “What on Earth will I do… Read More The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book Review
QUESTION: Why are female condoms so much less effective than male condoms? Why haven’t they been made more efficient? ANSWER: That’s a really great question! I hadn’t heard that before, and I am a champion of female condoms! I had to do a little investigation first, and here is what I found: -Female condoms are… Read More Female Condoms: A Guide
Pick Better Partners! If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how to find the love of their life, I would be a rich woman. As a marriage therapist people like to think I have all the answers to life’s romantic mysteries. Fun fact: I don’t–– wish I did, but I don’t!… Read More Pick Better Partners!