about the founder
"Growing up, I noticed a lack of access to educational resources and community for people of color. There were never any safe spaces for us to explore our sexuality" - Dr. Varuna Srinivasan
Dr. Varuna Srinivasan is a sexual health specialist. She holds a degree in medicine, public health and is a fellow of the Royal School of Public Health.
Her work has appeared in numerous popular US-based publications such as Washington Post, Paper, Health, Parents, etc. She has also featured in Vogue, Rewire News, Business Insider, CTV, and Canadian Broadcast Channel as an expert in her field.
In 2020, Varuna was named 'Woman of Courage' by Serena Williams and in 2021, she was one among 5 nominated for the 'Journalist of the Year' by SH24, an NHS-led sexual health initiative.
She identifies as a bisexual, immigrant, South Asian woman.
Does Coffee Make Your Orgasm Stronger? Inverse, February 8, 2022
What Is Dense Breast Tissue, and How Does It Relate to Breast Cancer? Health. November 12, 2021
Cara Delevingne is just the latest White celebrity to appropriate the important work of activists of color, the Lily, September 22, 2021
This Queer Sex Coach Trademarked 'Peg the Patriarchy' Years Ago, Paper Magazine, September 21, 2021
The Dangerous Rise of Sexual Health Myths on Social Media, Allure, August 25, 2021
The Pressures Of Shaving Pubic Hair—And Why I’m Letting It Grow, The Good Trade, July 13, 2021
Exploring My Bisexuality in a Monogamous Marriage, Well+Good, June 28, 2021
It's About Time We Made Sex Ed And Pediatric Health Care LGBTQ+ Friendly, Parents, June 04, 2021