Weekly RoundUp: 25 Oct 20

Lover, the Sexual Wellness App, Can Help 92% of Women Who Have Difficulty Reaching Orgasm

SAN FRANCISCOOct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, leading sexual wellness app Lover, has announced a series of educational courses within the app have been shown to help 92% of women who struggle to reach orgasm.1  Additionally over 70% of women who report low sexual desire notice an uptick in their libido after using the exercises and content in the app. Lover’s featured exercises, courses and expert advice have been compiled based on years of scientific research in the field of sexual health, and help people address their sexual issues and get more of the sexual fulfillment they want. 

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The Silent Censorship

Biird has launched a change.org petition highlighting how the current policies around adult content are inconsistent, damaging, and biased against women and other marginalized communities. If you’re ready to challenge social media platforms and their discriminatory policies, please sign the petition here!

ACE Week 2020

Scheduled for October 25th–31st, this Ace Week will mark the 10th anniversary of the first Asexual Awareness Week in 2010. In honor of this milestone and many others that are taking place within our community this year, the theme for Ace Week 2020 will be “Our History.”

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Trojan Condoms is expanding on efforts to serve female pleasure with a new collection of sexual wellness products for women. Dubbed Willa, the range includes condoms, personal lubricant and a vibrator.

Condoms are available in smooth and ribbed versions while unscented lube features a safer, water-based formula. Infused with aloe and vitamin E, it’s gentle on the skin and can also be used with condoms and sex toys. Lastly, the pocket-sized Willa Collection Precision Tip Vibrator is made of soft silicone and boasts three different vibration speeds.

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Building a 21st-Century Sexual Health Ecosystem in India

As a country with a population of 1.3 billion, with the 3rd largest HIV epidemic in the world, where 2 out of 3 women remain unaware of the process when they begin menstruating, and has the world’s largest number of child-brides; we still lack access to medically-accurate information, modern contraception, and menstrual hygiene products as well as access to sexual health expert and legal help. On top of that lies the taboo around the subject.

To solve these grave issues, we at StandWeSpeak are building “A 21st-century sexual health ecosystem in India.” We harness the power of technology to provide these services to individuals of all age groups to help them develop social and sexual relationships based on respect and make responsible choices throughout their lives.

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