A new collaboration between meditation app, Headspace, and online women’s network, Peanut, is taking the shame out of sexual wellness for women. With women’s reproductive rights being curtailed in the US, how are brands showing support and providing holistic sexual health resources?
An appetite for tools that enhance female sexual pleasure and wellness has grown alongside a boom in audio content such as podcasts. Sexual wellness and erotic storytelling app Emjoy has attracted women seeking to practise self-care – and self-love – through thoughtfully produced audio content.
Social taboos have long made it difficult to get men talking about sexual wellness, but subscription-based platform Mojo wants to change that. By connecting subscribers with professionals and a dedicated community, it’s going beyond short-term solutions to tackle long-term problems.
Sexual pleasures of all forms, from kink to polyamory, are becoming mainstream. But despite this openness, sexual health for many women remains a thorny issue, with ads about breast cancer and menstruation still being banned. How are brands navigating these complexities around sex?
Women in Arab nations are taking to social media for sexual health education amid a dearth of knowledge from schools and governmental bodies. These platforms provide a safe space for women – as well as trans and GNC people – to learn about their bodies and sexualities in Arabic for the first time.