All posts tagged hormones

Menopause: why greater knowledge & understanding is needed

Recently, I watched an episode of Inside Out London which included an item about menopause. It showed a group of women talking about their varied experiences of menopause and how they tried […]

I Speak Condoms, You Speak Pills

Your contraception is like a native language; you feel comfortable using it, you’re familiar with its respective nuances, and you may even use more than one. Prior to the popularisation […]

Green Spaces around Mile End for an Escape from Uni Life

For many of us, upcoming exams and assignment deadlines means long days spent in the library looking at computer screens, and not enough time spent outdoors. Now that the snow […]

Clueless

Menstruation. Oh joy, Aunt Flow has come for her monthly visit. A woman’s period: a time of both relief (we’re not up the duff), and a rollercoaster of hormonal fluctuations […]

The Great Pube Debate

Does anyone really have any idea of what we are supposed to do with our pubes nowadays? Particularly for us ladies – do we go for the Brazilian, the Hollywood, the landing strip or the […]