Feminism demands a future free of fat shaming, body obsession and the male gaze.
Middle School Mystery
Oh, the sweet and miserable days of middle school; not a little kid anymore and just barley entering the teenage years. It is an awkward stage of life to be in for most; your body beings to make changes toward adulthood that cause embarrassment and plenty of fuel for others to poke fun at.
Pregnant women have to pay attention to these conditions as early as possible
Pregnancy of a woman is a great project in human life. As a mother-to-be, she has undergone psychological and physical tests. It is a common experience for pregnant women to have symptoms of discomfort. What discomforts will pregnant mothers have? How to alleviate it?
Effect of Normal and C-section Delivery On Women
The safety of the mother and therefore the baby is that the priority throughout birthing. Though giving birth is sometimes most popular (two out of 3 births a vaginal), if a giving birth is unduly risky for a medical reason, the health care supplier might discuss a cesarean with oldsters.
In February 2020, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was detected early, and the tumor appeared small, but I had to choose between a lumpectomy plus radiation, or mastectomy with reconstruction. The hardest part about this decision was the fact that I had finally become comfortable in my own skin. In my mind, it is truly just a body, but it is the body I’ve spent my entire life coming to terms with! However, If I opted for a double mastectomy plus reconstruction, I could choose a breast size that worked with standard clothing sizes!
Best Probiotics Supplement for Women in India
Probiotics supplement Everyone nowadays is singing the songs of praises for probiotics, every other person advises you to take it, and all for the right reasons. But before you start taking probiotics, have a look at what they are and how they are beneficial for women.
Cut From My Womb
This is your story. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say this is how your story began. It is a story with a happy ending because it gave me you.
Effect of Childbirth on the Pelvic Floor And Physical Therapy
In 2010, the specialty area of Women’s Health was recognized on a national level at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), at which 60 newly certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialists (WCS) were acknowledged for their achievements.
Why I Love Having Big Breasts
I love having large breasts, even though fun bags aren't always - fun. Don't get me wrong. Small breasts are ah-MAY-zing, and I would be absolutely delighted to own a pair of tiny little rosebuds that barely raise a bump in the front of my favorite sweater, but those weren't the cards I was dealt.
Why I'm Obsessed With Other Women's Inner Thighs
I don't like my inner thighs. My legs are adequate albeit a little soft. At times, my legs have been more muscular and more defined than they are right now, but my inner thighs have always been what one would call a problem area. I hate them.
What is vaginal bleeding? Vaginal discharge causes
Vaginal bleeding is one of the most common and common complaints in women. Vaginal leakage, which interferes with the moisture it causes and sometimes reduces its anxiety by color and smell, is not a situation that is feared most of the time.
My Panties Are Always Moist
I attended an outdoor Ben Folds and Violent Femmes concert a few years ago. It was an amazing event. There was just one problem. I spent the entire evening wearing moist panties.
The air in the forest is thick with rain and mosquitoes. Everything hums. Cicadas so loud you feel their vibrations in your chest, rattling your ribcage. You can’t sleep. The heat is a wet blanket over your face, clinging to your body. When your mother calls to you from the other room she sounds like an animal yelping in pain. You already know what is happening. It is past midnight and moonlight casts shadows across the floor. They remind you of ghosts. Rain hammers against the tin roof, pours through the hole in your ceiling, collecting in a pool near the door. She calls again – not words – just the sound of pain. Her voice cuts through the rain and the cicadas and the sound of your own heart pounding in your ears. You gather yourself for a moment – your breath catches like a bug in your throat. You rise, padding barefooted across the room. You step in the puddle. The water is warm. It feels viscous, like mud. You don’t turn the lights on. The kitchen looks two dimensional in the moonlight – a watercolour painting. For a second you stand there to check if you’re dreaming. Count your fingers. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. She calls again. You wonder if there is time to call an ambulance. Count your breath. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. You go to her.