If Instagram is to be believed, then self care for women basically amounts to face masks and daily affirmation apps. Orgasms release oxytocin, the anti-stress hormone that gets you warm and fuzzy when cuddling, while dopamine, a neurotransmitter that regulates sleep, also makes an appearance. It stands to reason, then, that "I need to get laid" is a thing that actually makes sense to say when you're having a rough week. Sex toys allow you to give yourself that needed boost whenever you damn well please, and it's empowering to not have to rely on someone else though toys are great for spicing things up with a partner, too. Getting to know your body is also key in developing a positive relationship with yourself — the most important relationship you'll ever have.
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A 'healthy body' looks and feels very different on each and every one of us. Sadly though, research conducted by Women's Health as part of our campaign, Project Body Love , found that three-quarters of British women don't feel confident in their own skin. The reality is, for most women, being naked is not a feel-good place to be. It's wanting to embrace the female form in all of its diverse glory that inspired Women's Health's very first Naked Issue back in , for which actress Zoe Saldana fronted the magazine's cover in the nude, with trainer Tracey Anderson and former reality star Millie Mackintosh going buff within the pages. September saw presenter and singer Rochelle Humes taking the cover, with professional climbers and football and rugby players also appearing in the magazine. To celebrate the stars of the Naked Issue, past and present, WH has collected a series of the images of the women who have bared all in the name of body confidence and female empowerment. Straight up: Healthy is not a body shape, it's a lifestyle — as the 40 different shapes, sizes, mindsets and mentalities of the women below prove.
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Contrary to some of the backwards, reductive stereotypes out there, it is not just men flocking to online porn. Sure, the internet is home to what feels like infinite porn, but that can also leave you paralyzed by choice. Or, if you're not into the misogynistic undertones that tend to go hand-in-hand with so much of mainstream porn and need help finding your own happy little safe haven of sexy but not sex ist porn to watch for your next party of one or with your partner—porn can be enjoyed just as much solo or with company , then don't worry because we have you covered. According to a study, a full 31 percent of women are now clicking for kicks of their own. Need more stats and data to back this common sense fact up?