I'm always at a point in my life when I don’t want to be pregnant. Glow wants all the deets to help me maintain my unpregnant condition: Did you have sex? Which protection did you use? (It cheers you on for avoiding pregnancy -- wahoo!) In what position did he ejaculate? Wait, does that even matter? Does gravity really serve as birth control? Was there a female orgasm? Are you experiencing any spotting?
I assumed these questions held the key to a flawless sex life.
Then, there's an entry for a cervical mucus check, which I've been doing since I'm a professional committed to this assignment. I'd honestly never thought twice about the mucus secreted from my cervix before, because I have other things going on in my life, but tracking it opened my eyes to what really goes on in my lady parts. This app also asks for physical symptoms usually associated with menstruation and pregnancy: acne, bloating, cramps, nausea, hot flashes. I answered as best as I could, hoping all roads would lead to "you'll never, ever get pregnant."