Q&A with Fran Bushe, author of My Broken Vagina: One woman’s quest to fix her sex life...Read More
Category: Sexual & Reproductive Health
Vulvodynia: ‘I began to accept that I’d never be able to have sex that didn’t leave me with a burning pain’
Feb 3, 2021 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Guest post by ‘Artemis’, founder of Lip Service zine Artemis has created a...Read More
Informed consent in the breast clinic: ‘I felt cornered, and like I didn’t have a say in what was happening’
Dec 14, 2020 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Anonymous guest post I was called back to my local breast screening centre after a mammogram. The...Read More
Lichen Sclerosus: ‘Doctors are supposed to do no harm, but all I see is years of preventable physical and emotional harm’
Dec 7, 2020 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Anonymous guest post At the tender age of 23, I feel like the long list of possibilities that...Read More
Vagina Problems: ‘Pain that impacts people with a uterus or vagina is simply not regarded as important’
Q&A with Lara Parker, author of Vagina Problems: Endometriosis, Painful Sex, and Other Taboo...Read More
Guest post by Aisha-Monic Namurach, Health Promotion Specialist at Terrence Higgins Trust This...Read More
Q&A with Gayathiri Kamalakanathan from Decolonising Contraception Gayathiri Kamalakanathan is...Read More
Sep 21, 2020 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Anonymous guest post At 25 years old, I have never had an orgasm, and not for want of trying....Read More
Jan 21, 2020 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Guest post by Jillian Currie Back in 2010, no one gave me the heads up that, as soon as I was old...Read More
Dec 11, 2019 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Guest post by Jocelyn Lewis, on behalf of The Campaign Against Painful Hysteroscopy In April 2006,...Read More
Q&A with Jennifer Block, author of Everything Below The Waist: Why Health Care Needs A...Read More
Aug 14, 2019 | Sexual & Reproductive Health
Guest post by Gillian Mackenzie My first published blog post was on the subject of the menopause,...Read More
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