product review

Reviews of products, accessories, and resources for the modern lady and feminists everywhere.

  • Katrin with Love
    Published 23 days ago
    The PMS Chronicles

    The PMS Chronicles

    Pissed off and in pain.
  • Teela Hudak
    Published 4 months ago
    What Is the Birth Control Patch?

    What Is the Birth Control Patch?

    The birth control patch is one method of birth control that uses a release of hormones to prevent pregnancy. It is a beige patch that is stuck to the skin. The user wears the patch for a week before replacing it with a new patch. This is done for three weeks in a row and then a week break is taken for menstruation.
  • Nancy D
    Published 4 months ago
    'She Believed She Could, So She Did' Feminist Affirmation Cards Review and More

    'She Believed She Could, So She Did' Feminist Affirmation Cards Review and More

    I decided to buy my first collection of affirmation cards and I ended up choosing one called She Believed She Could, So She Did byPeter Pauper Press Inc. However, I realized even before buying them that I can't see all of the cards that come inside. Since I took the chance anyway and had them delivered to my doorstep, now it's my turn to let you know what cards come in this pack and what I thought about them.
  • Livie Rose Hollander
    Published 5 months ago
    Eco-Friendly Period Survival for Plus Size Babes

    Eco-Friendly Period Survival for Plus Size Babes

    For the sake of this article, I will be using she/her pronouns, but it is important to note that periods and menstruation occur in people of all different genders and pronouns.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published about a year ago
    I Tried the World’s First Sex-Proof Menstrual Cup. Here's What Happened.

    I Tried the World’s First Sex-Proof Menstrual Cup. Here's What Happened.

    If there’s one thing I detest, it’s having sex during “that time of the month.” I don’t mind the fact that it might smell a bit, nor do I get to annoyed by the lack of foreplay options it causes. (Okay, well, maybe I am a bit salty about that.)
  • Emily Rochester
    Published about a year ago
    Thinking of Trying Menstrual Cups? Here's 3 Reasons Why You Should

    Thinking of Trying Menstrual Cups? Here's 3 Reasons Why You Should

    As I write this, I'm laying flat on my couch, using a kitten as a hot water bottle, going commando in my favorite, cutest leggings. Oh, and did I mention I'm on my period?
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published about a year ago
    I Tested the KegelSmart by Intimina. Here's Why I Love It.

    I Tested the KegelSmart by Intimina. Here's Why I Love It.

    I remember when I gave birth to my daughter. I was worried about a lot of things, and had a lot of questions on my mind. I worried that she’d be unhealthy, or that I would end up being unable to be the parent I needed to be. Most people already knew that I was concerned about that, and had no problem acting as a confidante for me when I was freaking out.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published about a year ago
    10 Toys That Encourage Girls to Be in STEM

    10 Toys That Encourage Girls to Be in STEM

    Marie Curie might be one of the most famous female scientists of all time, but that doesn't mean she's the only one. Many women have found a lifetime of joy through a career in science. Unfortunately, they seem to be an exception to the rule.
  • Heather Burgan
    Published about a year ago
    Three Things I Didn’t Expect with the ParaGard

    Three Things I Didn’t Expect with the ParaGard

    Let’s start with my own naïveté on the topic of birth control, shall we?
  • Rachel Childs
    Published about a year ago
    It's a Monthly Thing... Sorry, Not Sorry!

    It's a Monthly Thing... Sorry, Not Sorry!

    It's a natural monthly occurring phenomenon that happens to most women, if not all women, at some point in their lives. It's the thing that we hate the most because of the riving agony, the cramps, the food cravings, the huge spots that decide to stick out like a sore thumb and the unpleasantness that goes on down stairs that no one wishes to discuss. Thus, this usually lands us in bed with a hot water bottle for a minimum of three days.
  • niamh yehezkel
    Published about a year ago
    Periods and the Menstrual Cup

    Periods and the Menstrual Cup

    March 1, 2013. The day I first got my period. I remember the date because it’s Justin Bieber’s birthday and for some reason, that’s engraved into my brain. Anyways, I go to the loo, and BAM, I shapeshift into a woman. I don’t freak out about it. I was actually excited because all my friends had started theirs and I was starting to get worried I didn’t have a uterus or something. I go and unpack my first pad and I spend the rest of the day walking around like a boss ass bitch. Either that or my pad was put on wrong and I was walking around like an inexperienced 12-year-old—most likely the latter.
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published about a year ago
    10 Best Amazon Deals for Women’s Intimate Health

    10 Best Amazon Deals for Women’s Intimate Health

    Amazon is a great place to get all of your "girl goods" fast, easily, and at your own convenience. Women’s health products are no exception – that's why we've created our favorite list of feminine intimate-care products;including cups, PMS relief, sprays, trackers, underwear, and more.