All I want for Christmas is a good, hard shag: Endometriosis and sexual pleasure

Written by Jemima Palfreyman. All I want for Christmas is a good, hard shag. There. I said it. I am an endometriosis sufferer. And I am horny. Imagine having been through so much vaginal trauma that just getting turned on is enough to send a spasm of severe vaginismus through what feels like your entire … Continue reading All I want for Christmas is a good, hard shag: Endometriosis and sexual pleasure

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“I’ve never fit in, and I’m never going to”: Gender dysphoria, changing rooms & the journey to self acceptance

Author: Anonymous. When I was little, I tried to go to the toilet in a fancy restaurant but had to go back to my parents to ask them if I was “Male” or “Female” because I didn’t understand the door signs. If my life was a novel, my editor would be annoyed at me for … Continue reading “I’ve never fit in, and I’m never going to”: Gender dysphoria, changing rooms & the journey to self acceptance

Dreaded time of the month: Homeless Period Liverpool talks to The Vaginalogue

The Vaginalogue interviews Natalie Denny, founder of Homeless Period Liverpool. It's that time of the month. Your Fairy Clot Mother comes to visit. Uncomfortable for any woman, but, could you imagine not having sanitary items during that time at all? This is the harsh reality for many homeless women across the world. We caught up … Continue reading Dreaded time of the month: Homeless Period Liverpool talks to The Vaginalogue

“And before I knew it, my cervix fell out”: Introducing The Vaginalogue

Written by Kate Menear. And before I knew it, my cervix fell out... Well, not exactly. But, not not exactly either. But 'ectropian cervix' doesn't have quite the same ring to it, nor is it at all clickbaity enough for this kind of blog. Let me explain. Have you ever been confused about the mechanics … Continue reading “And before I knew it, my cervix fell out”: Introducing The Vaginalogue

Interview: Helen Jeffery talks maternity and PND in her play ‘The Brink’

Every month I attend a free event run by a friend of mine in Liverpool called First Draft Scratch Night at the Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse which hosts comedians, singers, magicians, clowns, actors and actresses in order to allow them a space to try out new material. Recently I saw a 10 minute segment of … Continue reading Interview: Helen Jeffery talks maternity and PND in her play ‘The Brink’