If you were to describe the perfect period comfort basket, it would be incomplete without a big bar of chocolate. Won’t you agree? Just the thought of being snuggled in a blanket and biting into a piece of rich, dark chocolate is making us crave one...Continue reading...
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With words like ‘social distancing’, ‘flatten the curve’, ‘isolation’ and so on filling our screens and vocabularies, the COVID-19 situation has definitely put the world in an unusual spot. The idea of nearly all of humanity contained in self-imposed house arrests...Continue reading...
Vagina, vulva, ‘lady parts’, ‘womanhood’, whatever you like to call it- the female genitalia is indeed a source of wonder. However, our society is still characterized by a certain reluctance to talk about things as intimate, leading to several misconceptions and myths.Continue reading...
We all have fond memories of our childhood. My best ones though, come with a pinch of salt. Because as I was growing up, I was constantly mocked and teased by my relatives and teachers about how short I was. Every time I topped my class, or when I was chosen...Continue reading...
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition that impacts women’s hormone levels, and their period cycle. ‘Polycystic’ means multiple cysts. In this condition, a woman develops cysts in her ovaries, which in turn affects her hormonal balance, and can cause irregular periods.Continue reading...
Gender roles have been around for centuries. A quick look back at the history of civilization shows us that traditionally, men have been the fixers of the world and women, the nurturers. And while there have been exceptions to this standard pattern...Continue reading...