Alright Fangirls, it’s time for our 3rd sample review. This one comes from Sephora, so I had to use points to get it, but I thought it would be well worth it, since I’e never had a “real” (or at least not a super fancy) mud mask treatment before. So I said yes when the woman at the counter offered for me to redeem my points, and away I went!
On our journey through commonly sexually transmitted diseases, what they mean, what to do about them, and how to prevent them, we land at Hepatitis B. Hep B is a typically overlooked STD, most likely because it’s placed in a whole separate category with it’s counterparts A & C, and because it’s symptoms are quite different from the more “typical” seeming infections. However, Hepatitis, especially strain B, is a very common infection spread through unprotected sex play. Luckily, it’s also very avoidable. Read More »
It’s that time, Fangirls! Time to enlighten ourselves about STDs and how they seem so big, bad, and ugly but that we can fight them with the power of awareness. And how we try to make talking about them not so lame or scary or like we’re sitting in a high school health class. Huzzah! Have no fear of the Clap!Read More »
I recently got into a heated discussion about things related to HPV, Fangirls, and it reminded me how important of an STD it is to talk about. When we think about sexually transmitted infections or diseases, HPV, or Human Papillomavirus, seems to be overlooked much too often. That has to change for a laundry list of reasons, friends.
It’s time we got into the nitty gritty of things. We’ve talked protection, circumstance, contraction. However, there’s so much more to be covered when it comes to sexually transmitted infections. Chlamydia is arguably the most common STD in the United States. Some statistics seem to show that HPV is the most common, but for this sake, we’ll just say they’re tied. Chlamydia runs rampant on college campuses, is very easily contracted, but thankfully, can easily be avoided with a few steps, too. Read More »
Fangirls! This Sunday, instead of telling you all about a certain place or business, I’ve decided to tell you about a resource I use to choose the places I go to. The Human Rights Campaign has designed a way to give bigger businesses & corporations a report card on how they’re treating their LGBT employees. With a few clicks, you can learn if you’re supporting businesses that might not be supporting you.