Policy for Evidence-Based Guides

Our editorial policy for creating evidence-based guides is built on the following principles.


We only source information from reputable and credible sources, such as peer-reviewed studies, government publications, and established experts in the field.


We strive to present information in an unbiased and impartial manner, avoiding any conflicts of interest and disclosing potential sources of bias.


We aim to make complex scientific information easy to understand and accessible to a wide audience.


We focus on providing relevant and actionable information, addressing our readers’ questions and concerns.


We stay up-to-date with the latest research and trends and regularly review and update our guides as new information becomes available.

We also understand that many aspects of sexual health have been stigmatized, so we approach our content with sensitivity, respect, and inclusivity.

We understand the importance of providing accurate and unbiased information, avoiding spreading misinformation, and promoting products without any scientific basis. We will always be transparent about our sources and methodology and welcome questions and feedback from our readers.

In summary, we are committed to providing evidence-based guides that are accurate, unbiased, clear, relevant, and up-to-date, and we welcome feedback and suggestions from our readers to improve our content.