The meteoric rise of the label “femtech” to describe technology products, apps and hardware addressing women’s health and well-being issues divides opinion. While some say it helps the sector secure vital funding from male-dominated venture capitalists, others argue that it unnecessarily pigeonholes women’s health. Nevertheless, there are some relevant points to be taken into consideration such as Carolina Milanesi, an analyst from Creative Future declares: “If you’re looking at having babies and helping people figure it out, then that is not just a female problem, it’s a family problem“.

What are your thoughts on the matter? Do you think that your opinion might be influenced by your biological sex?

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