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My Journey with Provoked Vestibulodynia

Five years ago, if I had been asked to write a 1200-word blog post on my physical, sexual, and mental health struggles, I would have fallen short by a thousand words. Unfortunately, in the present day,...

The Different Treatments I Tried to Treat My Vaginismus

When I was first diagnosed with Vaginismus after a strenuous journey, I could feel the relief slowly evade my senses, though this sense of relief was short-lived. I originally thought the diagnosis would be the...

How My Endometriosis Led Me To Become a Nutritionist

“She is just unlucky, she can either go on the pill or get pregnant.” My doctor told my 11 year old self.  I started my period when I was 10 years old and the first few ones...

A Curious Touch: Exploring Intimacy With My Menstruating Body

For most of my adult life, come my monthly menstruating, my body isn’t one I have particularly liked or felt good in. Three or four days before I bleed, everything starts to get a little...

How I Improved My Endometriosis and My PCOS

Hi! My name is Mikaela, and I am an Endometriosis and PCOS warrior! When it comes to your mental health, it's important to acknowledge that it's just one part of your overall health. In many ways, your physical...

Toxic Things I Learned About Periods in the Catholic School System

I got my first period in the summer between grades 6 and 7. I remember being at the park with my friends months later and one of them said, “I wonder which of us will...

How My Chronic Pain Led Me To Entrepreneurship

I have been building businesses since I could talk. Lemonade stands, hair cutting, tutoring, babysitting, if there was a way to structure something into a repeatable action, I was all over it. My parents sent me to an...

How Healing my Vaginismus Changed my Relationship to Sex

I began heading towards my healing journey for my Vaginismus when I was in high school. I was aware of the need to heal but was not confident in how or what that would look...

How Queer Period Sex Changed My Relationship to Period Pain

It wasn’t until a couple of months in that I realized, instead of the instant and crippling anxiety I felt in anticipation of the pain that always followed the beginning of my period – I was thinking about sex. About pleasure. About loving my body. About being loved. That’s when everything changed.  

My Journey with Transness and Endometriosis

When I was a teenager and first started experiencing menstrual pain, it was explained to me as an unavoidable part of “womanhood”. As I got older, I distanced myself both from the idea of womanhood and it’s unexplainable suffering that seemed to be carelessly attached to the sentiment.