We have a Public Cervix Announcement: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month!! Nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the good news is that the disease is preventable with vaccination and appropriate screening (Pap and HPV tests)! 

 

Happy hormones all together! New enamel pins, from left to right: Testosterone, Insulin and Estrogen.

Because we are total nerds, Testosterone boasts a molecular model beard and Estrogen is sporting the molecular structure for estradiol, one of three types of estrogen made by humans. We especially love the beautiful form of the amino acid chain that comprises Insulin. Get in on this nerdy fashion action!

Lucky you – you found gold and the new Gold Tooth at the end of the rainbow! 🍀🌈💰

 

And Skene’s Gland has fallen in love, St. Paddy’s Day style, with shamrock. It's a match made in heaven!

Clitoromegaly is the term for an enlarged clitoris, which is found in the spotted hyena. Did you know they have no vaginal opening, and instead have an erectile clitoris? They even give birth through the clit! 

Read more about this fascinating discovery in this Jezebel article about hyenas and the pseudopenis.

If you're a clit lover like us, check out our classy clitoris lapel pin!