Welcome To 'vulva' Exposure Therapy. Luna Daily's Free Resource Hub & Hotline To Shake Off Societal Shame, And Start Feeling Good About The Word Vulva.
Women are more embarrassed about talking about their vulva than talking about their sex life or how much they earn. The misunderstanding, lack of education and use of anatomically incorrect language is causing a female health crisis, with 65% of under 35-year-olds having gynae issues. 'Vulva' Exposure Therapy is designed to break the cycle of silence around vulvas. Change starts with normalising conversation. Say the word, smash the stigma.
“It’s critical that we stop treating the anatomically correct ‘vulva’ as something dirty and shameful, and instead teach our kids (and ourselves while we are at it) to feel good about our bodies”
Katy Cottam, founder Luna Daily
“When it comes to normalising the word vulva, women are stuck in a cycle of silence and discomfort. If we don’t hear others using a word, we’re unlikely to use it ourselves which is only perpetuating the problem for female health as well as self-confidence. However, the more we see, hear and say ‘vulva’, the more normal it becomes for everyone; women are in real need of getting familiar with the word vulva.”
Annabelle Knight, Psychosexual Therapy Expert
TAKE VULVA EXPOSURE THERAPY
TAKE OUR SHORT EXPOSURE THERAPY COURSE BY DIALLING 0800-233-LUNA (UK) OR 1-888-83-VULVA (US)
Or click any cassette tape to listen 🎧
These four sessions are each around 2 minutes long and are designed to be listened to in sequence but of course are not a replacement for formal therapy with a licensed professional. In session five you hear from Luna Daily's founder on how she made it her mission to normalise vulvas.
Listen to session → #2
Listen to session → #3
Listen to session → #4
Listen to session → #5
PAINT THE TOWN VULVA
What better way to normalise the word vulva than paint it on the streets of London and New York? Free exposure therapy for all!
FURTHER 'VULVA' READING
Keen to know more? We’ve put together a handy hub of information about Luna’s Vulva Therapy campaign, including articles from our experts and educational resources around all things vulva.
what is exposure therapy?
vulva v vagina, what's the difference?!
how should you care for your vulva?
MEET OUR BODY CARE FOR ALL SKIN, EVEN YOUR VULVA.
Luna Daily worked with dermatologists and gynaecologists to create pH-perfect body care which is suitable for all skin, even intimate. Head, vulva, knees and toes. Perfectly designed to support through every stage of womanhood, from the first period, through motherhood to the menopause.