Young or old, women of all ages experience a lack of control over their bladders. We asked two generations of women, mothers and daughters, about whether or not they have been troubled by leakage, and the results were surprising. We discovered a pattern: many mothers revealed that they had problems with incontinence as children, but didn't talk to anyone about it. Now their daughters are having the same issues, but are often silent when it comes to asking questions or finding a solution.

There’s Something Mothers and Daughters Need to Talk About

Ever leak when you sneeze? What about when you laugh? While conducting research for our new digital platform this summer, we asked girls and moms about issues of incontinence. The response was overwhelming! What can we do better?   Young or old, women of all ages experience a lack of control over their bladders. We […]

Pansexuality: On Being the Bay Leaf

Sometimes I feel like a bay leaf. Why, you ask, do you relate to a herb that may or may not improve the flavor of soup stocks? Because I identify as pansexual. I am attracted to people over their gender; in other words, I am attracted to men, women, and folks otherwise identified. This identity […]