Suzannah Weiss

Women With Disabilities Deserve Great Underwear Too

Inspired by her mother's battle with fibromyalgia, Emma Butler started Intimately, a marketplace for accessible underwear.

We Need to Stop Normalizing Period Pain

Doctors and health practitioners agree: there's nothing 'normal' about extreme period pain. So why do so many millions of women take it for granted?

Why Do So Many Women Have Mysterious Chronic Illnesses?

Sarah Ramey is a WOMI: a woman with a mysterious illness. And in her latest book, she talks about just why there are so many WOMIs like her in the world.

The Women Entrepreneurs Fighting Chronic Sex Pain

Sex is meant to be pleasurable, but for millions of women, it's painful. Here are three entrepreneurs trying to turn that around.

What I Learned From Psychedelics About Living With Chronic Illness

Sometimes, to learn to cope with a chronic illness like lyme disease, you need to wander off the beaten path.

How To Have An Awesome Sex Life When You’re Ill Or Disabled

Kirsten Schultz, who has arthritis, wants safe, satisfying intimacy to be attainable by everyone.

The Worst Thing About Lyme Disease Is What It Does To Your Mind

Lyme disease doesn't just affect your body. It can also cause paranoia, anxiety, depression, and sudden flashes of inexplicable rage.

Just Because I “Look Great” Doesn’t Mean I’m Not Sick

If you've ever complimented a chronically ill person on their appearance when they mention their health, it's time to stop.

Why Are We Ashamed To Need Medication?

Our society's poisonous belief in mind over matter when it comes to medicine isn't just wrong. It's dangerous.