We believe that nothing about our sexual and reproductive health should come as a surprise, a mystery, or a total misery.
Our in-depth guides, which you can browse under the Learn tab of the website, are essentially the sex ed we wish we got but never received. They offer a new way to learn about your body, cycle, self, and sex that is culturally empathetic, generationally relevant, and created just for you.
Mauj’s interactive guides will be released on a monthly basis. Bookmark them, share them, and treat them as a resource you can keep coming back to, again and again, on your journey.
You can trust that the advice you receive from Mauj has been created with or vetted by our community of experts.
Mauj’s advisors include activists, gynecologists, sexologists, relationship therapists, and other medical professionals.
You can also expect more interactive sessions with these experts in the future, both through our website and our Instagram account.
Learning about our bodies, cycles, self, and sex is only part of the journey. The other part is exploration and discovery.
Mauj strives to provide women with the tools they need to do just that, on their own terms and in their own time.
Our first product is the mighty Deem. Designed to be discreet and fit in the palm of your hand, it is an invitation to discover your body and what brings you pleasure.
Stay tuned for more products launching soon.
Mauj was created for curious newcomers and wise trailblazers alike. It’s a judgement-free space for women to learn about, explore, and discuss their sexual and reproductive health, wherever they are on their journey.
With that in mind, and through our Hakawatiyya series, we are offering women a space to share their stories anonymously to help paint a more holistic view of what it’s like to be a woman in the Arab world.
Over the next few months, we will be releasing these stories in the hopes that they stir something inside of all of us, be it the realization that we are not alone, the compassion that so many deserve, or the courage to come forward with your own story.
Mauj means “waves” in Arabic.