About the Campaign

Understanding yourself and your body is a way to empower yourself. As society grows and expands its perspectives, it is important that we foster positivity when it comes to conversations around sexual and reproductive health.

Girls on top is a campaign by The Scoop Asia where we aim to talk about sex positivity and wellness through real stories from real women.

Let’s talk about sex

 

Stay tuned for another webinar hosted by The Scoop Asia, this time to talk about our bodies, pleasure, and other experiences we ladies can relate to

Real Women Talk Sex

Talking about women’s sexual desires has been a taboo topic in society for a long time. Women are often expected to have a lower sexual drive than men, making it hard for women to acknowledge their sexual fantasies. Recognizing your sexual desires as a woman doesn’t...

Real Women Talk Sex

Real Women Talk Sex

Talking about women’s sexual desires has been a taboo topic in society for a long time. Women are often expected to have a lower sexual drive than men, making it hard for women to acknowledge their sexual fantasies. Recognizing your sexual desires as a woman doesn’t...

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Speaking of Consent, Why Is It So Difficult to Say “No”?

Speaking of Consent, Why Is It So Difficult to Say “No”?

[Trigger warning: Sexual harassment] “Just one date.” “Just one night.” “It doesn’t have to mean anything.” “You’re such a tease.” “But you said...” “Please?”  Let's talk about consent. Saying no has become an easy go-to answer for some women when being asked out...

The Five Telling Signs of a Manipulative Apology

The Five Telling Signs of a Manipulative Apology

As human beings, it is only nature for us to build relationships with other people. As the old saying goes, no man is an island; however, if we’re talking about what’s natural for us as human beings, then we can’t deny that it is also natural for us to mess up. ...

Your Safe Space

Read on for some entries sent in by our fellow ladies. 

I recently found friends who I can talk about sex stuff and etc comfortably. I’m so so glad I have them now, we’re free to talk and share about anything and no one will judge. I realized it’s so important to have a support group for this sex talks

“I firmly believe that parents should be educating us, children, about sexual health. If not them, this should be a program in school. It’s just as important as physical health. They can’t stop us from exploring anyway, so why not help us be safe. We don’t talk about this enough”

“Don’t be afraid to play with yourselves ladies! I enjoy explorations because it allows me to discover what turns me on at my own pace. If you’re a visual person, riding your vibrator in front of a mirror does WONDERS for the big O 😉 have fun and love yourself through it all!”

When i first got my period, i was in denial that i walked around letting it drip until my parents saw me 😬”

“…Please don’t shame me, but during that moment I just thought. *Fine, whatever. I’ll just do it for the sake of experience.* and get on with it already. Because I’m feeling super annoyed than horny or whatever, that I got tricked into this situation. It was a very underwhelming experience to be honest. He wasn’t even much of a gentleman. He went out for smoke right after we did it. And I got left in the room contemplating my life, 8What the hell. I lost my first to a guy like that and a situation like this? Damn. Crazy”

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