A Lube for all Reasons

A Lube for all Reasons

Lubricants are used to reduce friction. Personal lubricants, usually shortened to “lube,” are used to reduce friction in sexual activities. Reducing friction can ease penetration, prevent uncomfortable chapping, and generally make everything wetter and more comfortable. Vaginas (unlike anuses) are generally considered self-lubricating, but that isn’t true for everyone all the time.  There are many women who do not produce very much natural lubrication, for whatever reason. The hormonal shifts associated with menopause are pretty common cause, though.  So, if

Perimenopause, Menopause, and Postmenopause: the Basics

Perimenopause, Menopause, and Postmenopause: the Basics

When I was younger, I thought that women’s lives divided neatly into three parts: too young to have a period, too old to have a period, and all the period time in the middle. Puberty was the beginning of the time of periods and menopause was its end. When adults talked about menopause, which they didn’t very often, perimenopause and postmenopause were never mentioned. When I was younger, most people also didn’t think much about women who don’t have periods

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