Fitness

Feeling that something is off with your vagina can be scary, whether you’re experiencing minor irritation or symptoms that can’t be ignored. Between yeast infections and STDs, there are a lot of things that can happen to this very important organ, and therefore a lot of reasons to get treatment if necessary. One measure of
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The sun is out, temps are rising, and carefree summer vibes abound. Why not channel that energy into your workout routine? This five-day, break-a-sweat workout challenge, courtesy of Class FitSugar, is all about celebrating the season with movement. You’ll join NASM-certified trainer Maricris Lapaix and ACE-certified trainer Cassidy Rhodes for five different at-home-friendly workouts, all
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Today the annual Wimbledon Championships returns—and athletes have made it clear they’re ready to update the age-old traditions of the tournament, particularly those that disproportionally effect women athletes, including the dress code. Wimbledon’s strict rule on an all-white dress code has been around since the Victorian era, but now it’s being called into question. The
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Image Source: Getty / Drew Angerer After the Supreme Court’s official reversal of Roe v. Wade on June 24, rallies erupted all over the nation, with people voicing anger over the harrowing ruling that has already allowed nine states to outlaw abortion. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was one of many who protested the decision on Friday,
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Laws have never been the only thing that make it harder to access abortion in the US. Cost, proximity, child care, transportation, loss of wages, deliberately inaccurate information from crisis pregnancy centers, social stigma, and myriad other factors have limited reproductive freedom for decades, especially for marginalized communities fighting compounding issues of racism, classism, agism,
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