Can you get an IUD, emergency contraception, or PrEP at Planned Parenthood? Can people with student insurance use the services? Do men use it too? We’ve answered all your top questions with an inside scoop.

If you are pregnant, you have the option to continue or end the pregnancy. Learn about the differences between medical and surgical abortion, what to expect, legal FAQs, resources, and more.

Hymens come in all shapes, colors and thicknesses, and are commonly referenced when talking about having sex for the first time. What are they? Why have they historically been associated with virginity (when they often tear before having sex)? Does it hurt when it tears?

Almost 80% of women experience hormonal imbalance in their lifetime, affecting mental and physical well-being. If you are feeling “hormonal,” you are not alone! Read about hormones that affect sex and your body: Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, Oxytocin, Vasopressin.

Most people struggle with body image but it hurts your relationships and health. Learn how to have a more positive relationship with your body here!

When are you most likely to get pregnant? How common is it to take a pregnancy test in your 20’s? What are the main signs? What changes each week of pregnancy? Here’s a quick overview of pregnancy.

Talking to women, we’ve heard hair is a main source of anxiety. “What does everyone else do with their pubic hair?” “Do partners care?” “Is it normal to have body hair?” Read here what we’ve found.

Tampon or pad? Do people have sex on their period? Is it OK to use birth control that makes you skip periods? An overview for people who menstruate (or love someone who menstruates).

Ever wonder what a pap smear actually tests for and how often you’re supposed to get them? Many people do too! Read more here.

#1 advice women say they wish they knew when they were younger: masturbate more (and stop feeling guilty!). Learn how-to tips and the benefits of getting to know your body.

Did you know that the penis has no muscle or bones? Find out where he is most sensitive, how circumcision can affect sex, and more.

Did you know there are 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris? The phrase “Female Anatomy” may trigger unpleasant flashbacks to high school Health class, but we’re here to simplify and share what you actually want to know.

We’ve heard from you — hygiene and grooming are top of mind! Read more to learn what the experts say and what your peers are actually doing.