With Franchesca Ramsey
Franchesca Ramsey is an actress, comedian, and video blogger with over 29 million views on YouTube, having her videos featured by MTV, The NY Times, and the BBC. Most recently, Franchesca worked as a writer and contributor for The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore on Comedy Central and is currently the host of the MTV web series Decoded.
With guest Dr. Kiarra King OB/GYN
The sheer number of birth control options available is enough to make any woman question whether or not she’s using the right one. That’s why comedian Franchesca Ramsey is bringing in expert OB/GYN Dr. Kiarra King, to help you get more from your birth control.
With guest Michelle Hope
When it comes to sex, pleasure is far more than just an added bonus -- and understanding consent is the first step to getting there. (Pun 100% intended). Featuring guest sexologist Michelle Hope, she and comedian Franchesca Ramsey offer up a deep dive on kinks, consent, reproductive justice, and more.
With guest Dr. Jessica Geida OB/GYN
All too often, women are taught that their bodies are something to be ashamed of. So, when we’re questioning whether or not our bodies are functioning as “normal,” we’re sometimes too afraid or embarrassed to speak up. So, comedian Franchesca Ramsey is bringing in OB/GYN Dr. Jessica Geida.
With guest Dr. Wendasha Jenkins Hall
In an eye-opening conversation about stereotypes, stigma, and judgment in the bedroom, sexpert Dr. Wendasha Jenkins Hall provides powerful tips about exploring your own pleasure, improving intimacy with your partner, and doing it all safely.
Is Your Ob-Gyn the Only Doctor You See? Here's Why That's a Problem
For many women, an ob-gyn is the one person who seems to have all the answers. While they are incredible resources for reproductive health and various screenings, the reality is they often don't have the time or training to take on the additional roles of a primary care physician. Here's what ob-gyns want you to know before you decide to schedule an appointment with one specialty and not the other.
There's a Global Movement to End Period Poverty, and Young Women Are Leading the Way
Until 2016, when Nadya Okamoto delivered one of her first TED talks at the University of Oregon, no one had even heard the phrase "menstrual movement." But the then-18-year-old would soon become one of the most prominent faces of a full-fledged battle to dissolve the taboo around menstruation and promote menstrual equality.
6 Tips For Squashing Negative Self-Talk and Feeling More Confident in Your Own Skin
Everyone struggles with body image at some point, but it's typically something you can work through with some help. With time and practice, you can learn to love and respect your body. If that seems like an impossible task, these therapist tips can help get you started.
Stress Frequently Takes a Physical Toll on My Body — Here's How I've Learned to Cope
We've all been there. You're in the middle of a chaotic week and a mountainous zit pops up your chin. Your neck and shoulders ache from hunching over your laptop for too long. Your stomach, your head, your muscles, your mind ache for relief. Here are some tips on how to combat the effects of stress on your body.