After long nights of no sleep, endless diaper changes, and being someone's human bottle, we can understand that sex after giving birth hasn't been top of your list, if anything sex now may seem a bit daunting due to just the physical changes. But, sex after giving birth doesn't have to be scary, in a way it's transformational. This is one the most intimate opportunities to get reacquainted with your body on a spiritual, emotional, and physical level and a privilege for your partner to join you on this journey of self-discovery.
If you're only wishing you could relate to Cardi B's hit song WAP, Quanna is here to help bring some attention to the ladies with vaginal dryness or better said, the DAP. And while it might initially seem like a minor issue , persistent vulva and vaginal dryness can lead to an array of unpleasant downstream effects, such as itching, swelling, burning, UTIs, pain with sex, and yeast and bacterial infections.
Conversations about sex usually concentrate on the before and during, but how about the after? Yes, it's not as tantalizing as foreplay or passionate as sex itself, but sexual aftercare is crucial to your sexual wellness. How does everyone involved feel now that the haze of lust has dissipated?
CBD is infused in about everything nowadays, from drinks to gummies, but now it's also being used in the bedroom...whaaat? How can that be? Well, CBD is reputedtohaveawiderangeofhealthbenefits,includingpainrelief,reducinginflammation,and reducing anxiety, which are helpful effects for better sex. Read on to see what more it can do to get you in the mood.
One of the most awkward conversations one can have, but does it have to be? Sex is normal. Birds do it...Bees do it...your parents do it...and you are either thinking about or already doing it, so why the hush hush. To be informed is to have those difficult conversations and we strive for the day where these talks with your parents can be as easy as talking about the weather.
Self-Pleasure is not selfish and should so not be a taboo! There is even research to back up that women who masturbate are more satisfied in their sex lives and more confident in overall life. Let's leave the stigma behind and move forward in the progress of self-discovery and the fine-tuning of your own body.