Home/Cycle Matters / Collections
illustration of a heart and a banana

Sex Education

Put down that banana, and let's get to grips with sex ed together. Learn about libido, the Orgasm Gap, STIs and more!

Sex & Pleasure

The Female Pleasure Anatomy Explained

When it comes to female pleasure, we can get a bit fixated on orgasms and outdated beliefs around what causes pleasure. Contrary to what many of us have been told, pleasure for ourselves doesn’t come from having a tight vagina and squeezing our pelvic floor. Instead, it comes from the walls of the vagina swelling and engorging with fluids, which creates a suction effect and is most pleasurable for all parties involved. In this article, we’ll explain how this works, and the anatomy of female pleasure.

7 min read

Sex & Pleasure

What is Libido?

Another word for sex drive, libido describes a person’s desire for sexual activity - there is no numeric measurement for libido, but it’s usually referred to as being low or high. There are many things that can affect sex drive from biological reasons to social or psychological factors. In this post, we’re going to look at the main sex hormones, how they impact libido, the difference in male and female sex hormones, and how libido changes throughout the menstrual cycle.

5 min read

Sex & Pleasure

The Orgasm Gap: Why Can’t I Orgasm?

Have you heard of the orgasm gap and want to know more? Or are you here because you’re wondering, “Why can’t I orgasm during sex?” Maybe you can reach climax through masturbation, but just can’t quite get there with a partner. Let’s take a closer look at the orgasm gap, how it affects our perception of pleasure, and what we can practically do to have more orgasms!

6 min read

Sex & Pleasure

What is Consent, and Why is it Important?

We’ve been talking more and more about sexual consent in recent years, but why is this topic so important, and what exactly is consent? In this article, we’re going to cover just that! We’ll also touch on different types of consent, and how setting boundaries can benefit you and your relationship. Read on to find out more...

6 min read

Reproductive Health

What Are STIs?

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), also sometimes referred to as STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) are passed from person to person from vaginal, oral or anal sex. STIs are common and vary in severity. While some symptoms are mild and can be easily treated, other STIs can make permanent marks on our lives, leading to health and fertility problems later down the line.

6 min read

Want to learn more about a hormone-free future?

Subscribe to our newsletter for access to our latest articles, exclusive promotions and more.