Dr. Sandra Lee visits Broadly to answer all the freaky questions we have about our skin.
Georgia Institute of Technology scientists have invented a microneedle patch that only needs to be briefly pressed against the skin to deliver a contraceptive drug.
Because you deserve to feel at home in your home.
Writing erotic fiction helps poet Almaz Ohene feel more present in her own body—and deal with interesting challenges like describing a five-person orgy.
In the UK, hysteroscopies—a procedure by which doctors examine the inside of the uterus—are routinely performed without any form of pain relief. For some women, the experience can be unbearably painful, and traumatizing.
"Nail art takes dexterity and focus, and when I'm doing it, I don't think about anything else. It's my form of weird meditation."
Shake your body, call a friend, talk to yourself in third person.
jamilah malika's poem "rest / woke" works as ritual Black people can reflect on to connect with their bodies.
When I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at 19, for better or worse, my bed became a catch-all for place of work, place of rest, and everything in between.
Ornella Ospino's graphic story follows an Afro-Latinx trans woman dealing with street harassment through ancestral ritual.
Sleeping with my BFF and roommate was amazing—until it wasn't. So why did I do it all over again with another best friend?
I’m comatose until I cum. I decided to find out why.