Sarah Vogel

May 25, 2017

The worst part about being newly single is learning how to date again. Full disclosure: I married my high school boyfriend. So, to say I ever knew how might be a stretch. I asked my friends where to meet new people. They repeated the typical cliches: the bar, the club, online – and then something […]

Swipe Right

Claire Courtney

May 12, 2017

Sexuality is spiritual, it’s erotic, it’s painful, it’s healing, it’s essential, it’s a burden, it’s complex, it’s powerful. It’s all of these things. It’s none of these things. And so much more. I had the pleasure of interviewing Elicia Gonzales, the co-founder of Sex X. Think Ted Talks, but cooler. Her mission? Promote sexual freedom as a […]

Babe With The Power: Elicia Gonzales

Claire Courtney

April 14, 2017

This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, let’s make one thing clear: WE NEED MORE. More resources for survivors. More transparency. Better reporting, engagement and action. We need protection. We need CHANGE. It’s time for Sexual Assault Anger Month. WTF is that? Mic does a great job breaking it down. In their words, “It’s time for Sexual Assault […]

Sexual Assault Anger Month Pls

Claire Courtney

March 28, 2017

Today and every day, we stand in solidarity with muslim women.  Today, more than every day, we take time to question what that looks like. We are reminded that inclusivity is a bold step, not a small one. That every choice, every retweet, every message we send impacts our state of equality. Impacts our government […]

Muslim Women’s Day Was 2017’s Best Day So Far

Casey O'Brien

March 17, 2017

The presence of men at The March on Washington matters. One of the largest mass demonstrations in world history made its mark on January 21, 2017. The Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches had 2.6 million participants in total, far more than anyone ever anticipated. People in cities across the world marched against […]

When The Presence of Men Matters

Claire Courtney

February 16, 2017

Claudette Colvin is a name you should know. Nine months before Rosa Parks was famously arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a segregated bus, Claudette Colvin was arrested for the same protest. Haven’t heard of her before?! I bet I know why. Claudette was a teen mom. She is also sheroe, a pioneer, a […]

Babe With The Power: Claudette Colvin

Amy Haywood

January 29, 2017

Dear Babe, 2016 was not easy for anyone, we know. But while yes, we have taken the time to self indulge in cries and sorrow, let’s also think about some of the women before us who made love, sex and intimacy mainstream and safe. We have a lot to thank them for. They’ve helped create […]

To The Sexual Pioneers Before Us, Thank You

Anshin Kelly

November 3, 2016

When I look around me, I see a society in which women’s health is not in women’s hands. My work is to reconnect women to their intuitions and to each other. Let me explain: I had three babies in three years. Each pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience was far out of the medical, male-centered norm. Like […]

The World Wide Mama Tribe

Tiffany Gaines

August 30, 2016

Fuckboy (n)

Any male-identified person who uses sexist language, homophobic or racial slurs, participates in slut-shaming or any combination thereof. Keep an eye out for casual misogynists, dudes who think rape jokes are funny, bad graphic T’s and bros who struggle to take “no” for an answer. Fuckboys can be relentless, and you deserve a break. That’s why we created the world’s first Fuckboy Repellent.

Let’s Repel Fuckboys

Tiffany Gaines

August 9, 2016

  A-Team unites condom lovers across the globe. Mission Promote condom use through grassroots conversations. Elevate girl bosses and young entrepreneurs to build micro-businesses in their communities through sales, blog and content opportunities.     How It Works Promote Lovability online and refer customers to our website. Earn 10% of everything your customers buy + […]

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