Even as a sex columnist, sex is not what comes to mind for Sid Azmi when thinking about pleasure. Azmi’s ultimate indulgence is “time of one’s own.”
We spoke with three mental health professionals to understand the medical realities of anxiety.
The answer is yes—and she must. Clinical psychologist Cecilia Dintino talks about the importance of overcoming the void.
One AWT editor juggles the demands of being a new mom learning to breastfeed.
Sid Azmi, the owner of a Brooklyn sex shop, says “pleasure begins with the permission to self-love.” Sex toys should be a part of that.
Nicole Skibola leads readers through the stages of identity, fear, and metaphorical thinking associated with a cancer diagnosis.
New studies show that addiction might be more complicated than previously thought, with gender playing a significant role.
What if instead of slut shaming, we could proudly own our hard-earned right to pleasure?
Even Kate Spade’s farewell had a touch of glamour. What does that haunting red scarf mean for how we understand depression?
It could always be good time to go to therapy—and not just because you’re in crisis.
The brooklyn-based ovarian cancer foundation T.E.A.L. seeks to educate, support, and raise funds for research on this insidious disease.
On Valentine’s Day, instead of purchasing a symbolic gift, take the opportunity to rewrite your own relationship terms and reactivate your commitment.
For women living with PMDD, menstruation can be especially fraught. The key to finding relief is recognizing the symptoms.
“It smells like tuna fish.” This unknown world of womanhood sounded overwhelming, and yet I wanted desperately to be part of the cool girls’ period club.