The holiday season has arrived, which means plenty of us will have our love goggles on (for better or worse), from going out to first dates, exploring new relationships, or preparing for a heartwarming proposal. Love is what brought us here to have a chat with 5 incredible experts about the psychology behind the famed love languages as well as red flags to watch out for in any stage of your relationship.
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.
Quanna's fundamental belief is that taboos exist because no one is dispelling them or having those sometimes difficult conversations. In this article we have reached out to 9 diverse experts to examine the aftermath that Covid/Delta has had on intimacy and dating and more importantly how we move forward.
Body confidence means something different to everyone, it can be that you want to improve your health and find yourself in such a journey or it can mean removing all the comparisons online so that you can realize that your body is just that — yours.
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.
Ah yes, a pain so many women and people with vulvas are familiar with, but does it have to be this way? We are taught to just expect that a menstruation means we have to bare the cramps and continue on with the day, maybe even take a Midol or two, but is this proactive? Let's get to cause of period pain and explore more holistic approaches that promote wellness in your overall health rather than just taking care of the side effects.