Jen Bell

Former Writer at Clue

Jen was a writer at Clue who delights in assignments involving LGBTQIA+ topics, sex, and pop culture.

Preferred birth control: Usually when I have sex there’s no sperm involved, so no chance of getting pregnant. That said, I’m a fan of condoms and gloves for STI prevention.

Favourite reproductive health fact: Arousal and orgasm can help maintain your circulatory, neural, and muscular systems, and prevent dysmenorrhoea (painful menstruation).

Pronouns: they/them
jen@helloclue.com

STIs

Safer sex 101

STIs are very common, but can be prevented by using barrier methods, being in a monogamous relationship, and getting tested before sexual contact.

Bleeding

Why is my period late?

Why is my period late? If your period is more than a few days late, and you’re usually pretty regular, it’s wise to take a...

LGBT+

Do periods sync?

Our research found that cycles are unlikely to sync over time. But what if you are dating someone who also has a period, and you...

LGBT+

Word nerds and gender benders

Gender-inclusivity is an important part of what we do at Clue. We asked our translators: “What does it mean to be gender-inclusive in your language?”