Chrissy Teigen and Gwyneth Paltrow have endorsed vaginal steaming, but experts say there is no proof it actually works.
Why does everyone care so much about vaginas? I think that this is a great question that was recently posed by my friend and colleague, Lawrence Lanoff.
"Vaginas are SECRET."
No single artist played a greater role in the era of the Sexual Revolution than a young woman born in Chicago with the name Judy Cohen who renamed herself Judy Chicago.
Once you're writing things like, "By rocking this dildo up and down against my G-spot, I unlocked some seriously powerful orgasms," it becomes a lot easier to get specific when you're between the sheets with a partner.
Today, it seems that nothing is secret; nothing is private. We are a world obsessed with "reality." My four-year old didn't need me to tell her that a baby came from her vagina. She was educated by the "real" world.
Since having children, I've noticed that my vagina has taken on a duel persona. Persona #1: a normal vagina. Persona #2: a flaccid balloon.
To help prevent prolapse, you have to keep your pelvic floor in shape—a process that should begin after childbirth and continue
If we want to change attitudes about women's bodies, if we want to eliminate shame, if we want to really become a tribe of humans, we have to strip down -- literally and figuratively. We have to strip away the nonsense. We have to quiet the noise.