I’m Sterling and I carry out Quality Assurance at Kindara. My job allows me to wear many hats, including bug-hunter, gadget-builder and Wink-breaker (for quality assurance purposes, of course). Basically, I simulate potential problems you could encounter with the Kindara App and Wink so our development team can make improvements before the technology is released to you.Read More
Women are not that interested in sex. Sex causes women to form deep emotional connections with their partner. Compared to men, women have few orgasms.
You’ve probably heard these cliches before. Many stereotypes about women and sex are rooted in outdated gender roles, but is there any truth behind them?Read More
We love our community members. The Kindara Community is a place where women can come together, connect, and support each other on their journeys to become in-tune with their bodies and their health. We have been repeatedly blown away at the incredible amount of compassion, support, and kindness that our community members show towards each other. We couldn't have hoped for a better and more genuine group of individuals to make our dream of a thriving community come alive.
Please help keep the Kindara Community positive, helpful, and safe. Read Kindara's Community Manifesto below and help us build a supportive community that is welcoming to everyone.
August 1-7 was World Breastfeeding Week, an annual celebration to encourage exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Advocates of exclusive breastfeeding claim that breastfeeding provides a host of health benefits for both mother and child, including providing critical nutrients, protection from deadly diseases, and fostering growth and development for the child. One thing is for certain - attitudes towards breastfeeding are changing rapidly from one generation to the next. Over half of the infants born in 1950 were reared on commercial infant formula. Today, more and more women are choosing to breastfeed their children instead.
With all the attention on breastfeeding this month, we decided to survey members of our Community to see how the women who use Kindara feel about breastfeeding and breastfeeding in public.Read More
It's an exciting day for all of us at Kindara. Today, we can finally announce that we successfully closed on a $5.3 Million round of funding! This money will help us launch Wink and expand our products and services to address women's reproductive health needs.Read More
In May, we explored the topic of menstruation. We challenged ourselves to not only consider the way we, as Western women, experience our periods, but to look at the way others experience menstruation around the world. Our search into this topic led us to Uganda, where many girls miss school when they menstruate due to lack of supplies. Our community rallied around this cause, spreading the word about why menstruation matters. With the assistance of our partners at AFRIpads, we set the goal to donate 500 menstrual kits to these girls in order to keep them in school when on their periods.Read More