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Mental Health and Women

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Mental Health and Women

Poor mental health is a fickle little thing. Sometimes it catches us by surprise and beats us down. Other times we can feel it coming from a mile away.   Beyond Blue reports that 1 in 6 Australian women experience depression whilst another 1 in 3 experience some form of anxiety. These numbers are absolutely insane!   I myself am part of the 1 in 6 and the 1 in 3!   Depression and anxiety can affect women at any time in their life but there is an increased chance during pregnancy and the year following the birth of a...

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Postnatal Depression: Notice the signs

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Postnatal Depression: Notice the signs

What is Postnatal Depression? Postnatal depression is the name given to depression that develops between one month and up to one year after the birth of a baby. It affects about 1 in every 7 women who give birth in Australia each year.   Baby Blues All parents go through a period of adjustment as they try to handle the huge changes a baby brings. For most people, this time of adjustment will be temporary and will not be overly distressing. Many women experience the 'baby blues' in the first few days after having a baby. The baby blues usually...

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What is your Vagina Trying to Tell you?

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What is your Vagina Trying to Tell you?

I am not sure what there seems to be more of, products to cover up your vaginal odour or blogs about how your vagina “should” smell.   Google anything about vaginal odour and you will be flooded with information. But some of the terminology and descriptions can get confusing, too medical, and can give women false ideas about what their odour truly means.    Women are wasting too much time and money worried about what their partner is going to think of how their vagina smells.    No vagina is odourless. It is an area that accumulates sweat and remains...

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Welcome

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Welcome
The Pleasure Collective was an idea that started around 12 months ago after a conversation with a girlfriend about how much stigma and shame is attached to the adult industry for women. I couldn't help but think about how unfair and unjust it was that every adult site I reviewed was marketed towards men despite majority of their products being tailored for women!

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