What sex education is missing

Do you remember your sex education?

We bet the menstrual cycle was never mentioned. There’s just still so much we aren’t taught about our own bodies. is here to help close the female health knowledge gap—with accessible, serious, scientific, and empathetic information about the menstrual cycle. Everything we publish has been fact-checked. We will use the best available evidence to dive into topics that have long been ignored or misunderstood.

There’s more to your period, and we’re here to help. What topics should we address? How can we be helpful? Let us know on Twitter or Instagram. And if you want to keep up with us, subscribe to our weekly newsletter.

Video by Shari Mahrdt & Claire McWeeney Narration by Amanda Cormier

an illustration of the Clue flower
an illustration of the Clue flower

Live in sync with your cycle and download the Clue app today.

You might also like to read

Picture of a woman with the hands in her hair

Skin & Hair

How hair, exercise, and sex are all related to your cycle

Why do bad hair days happen? Why does sex feel amazing on some days and not as great on others? It’s normal for your body to experience different patterns depending on the phase of the cycle you’re in. That’s why it’s important to track in Clue.

Popular Articles