Transforming the clitoris and menopause conversation to benefit women everywhere.

ClitLogic celebrates a Woman’s amazing anatomy during a transformative time in their life – perimenopause and menopause.

We are three female doctors who focus on women, the functioning of the clitoris and how it can help relieve menopausal symptoms, specifically hot flashes and night sweats.

The Clitoris is primarily known for its role in pleasure and is just being recognized for its full potential. ClitLogic is the first brand that engages the clitoris to help relieve hot flashes and night sweats.

The lack of open discussion on women’s anatomy due to societal taboos has hindered the understanding of menopause. We want to elevate and facilitate this dialogue among women.





Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats

Meet The Founders

Miriam Baker, PhD, MPH

Miriam Baker, PhD, MPH

Inventor, sex therapist, public health educator, and clitoris champion:

Miriam is a Sex Therapist and Sex Educator. She was the associate of the late pioneer of sex therapy, Helen Singer Kaplan, MD. Miriam has been in practice treating couples, addressing all aspects of human sexuality and sexual dysfunction.
Her anthropologic topic of research was Sexuality in the Domestic Milieu, In addition, she has studied and written on the neuro/pschic behavior of avoidance with a focus on its effects on sexual relationships.
Miriam was a frequent expert on all major networks and in print (e.g. NY Times, Men’s Health, She is the Sex columnist for

Alyssa Dweck, MS, MD, FACOG

Alyssa Dweck, MS, MD, FACOG

Founder, gynecologist, and clitoral confidant:

Dr. Dweck is a practicing gynecologist in Westchester County, New York. She provides care to women of all ages; she has delivered thousands of babies. A graduate of Barnard College, she has a Masters Degree in Human Nutrition from Columbia University and her Medical Degree from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, now named Drexel University. Dr. Dweck trained at Lankenau Medical Center Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, where she was Chief Resident in 1994.
Dr. Dweck practices in Mount Kisco, NY, and admits to Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, NY. She has been voted “Top Doctor” in New York Magazine and in Westchester Magazine. Dr. Dweck has appeared on The Today Show and Good Day LA. She is a frequent contributor to multiple media outlets online and in print. She has co-authored three books.
She is proficient in gynecologic surgery. She has a particular interest and expertise in menopause and medical sex therapy. She is an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department of Obstetrics Gynecology at New York Medical College and a consultant at Massachusetts General Hospital, Vincents Memorial Ob/Gyn Service. She has served on the board of directors of a large multi-specialty medical group in addition to ethics, quality assurance, and peer review committees.
She served on the medical advisory board of Hope’s Door, a shelter from Domestic Violence, and as a medical consultant for, a web community dedicated to resources and support for breast cancer-related lymphedema.
She is a medical consultant, key opinion leader, and influencer in women’s health. Learn more at

Nyiri Grigorian, L.C.S.W., PhD

Nyiri Grigorian, L.C.S.W., PhD

Inventor, psychotherapist, and clitoris collaborator:

Nyiri is a psychotherapist/psychoanalyst and relationship expert. She has been in private practice for 30 years, treating adults, couples, and families.
Nyiri is an expert in anxiety, depression, and addiction. She has extensive experience working with couples who navigate many developmental stages in marriage through the years. Nyiri has also studied the defense and behavior of avoidance for the past two decades.
Her practice includes many women and couples experiencing the numerous effects that menopause has on their relationships.
She has contributed to the body of research on treating siblings together as an alternative to traditional individual treatment. She has been cited in various articles on relationships and sleep.

ClitLogic is discreet, accessible, and effective, allowing you to move through your day without interruptions and sleep a better night. #BeClitFamous

Our Story

When Miriam (Sex Therapist) and Nyiri (Psychotherapist) meet each weekday on the school carpool line, the mysteries of life are bound to be discussed. They mused on the nature of relationships, theories of psychoanalysis, women's rights, attachment parenting, politics, food, and social order.

One 98-degree day in August, with carpool in repose, they agreed to meet at the town pool. Miriam arrived first and settled her twins by the pool, herself in the shade. She was once again rattled by the lack of air to breathe. Also suffocated by the plastic strapped lounge chair, she slipped towards the hot, damp ground.
For a woman in menopause, this was too hard to endure.

Begging her child for a plastic cup of ice water from the snack bar, she waited as the mere seconds, and her hot flashes kept in time until its delivery. As Miriam glanced about, looking for Nyiri, she placed the cup between her legs in order to slather her pale children's faces with sunscreen. Something interesting happened next.

She realized in an unforgettable moment that the hot flash receded almost instantaneously. Reaching down to make a note of the position of the cool cup, she grabbed her ever-present notepad.

Could it be that given the vast nerve endings in the clitoris, a rapid conduction of cool sensation might be reaching her brain in an important way?
If a broken thermostat in the brain contributes to hot flashing, could the very 'real spot' that brings women the most pleasure bring them relief?

She looked up from her writing as Nyiri arrived, chanting, "I am melting"?
Miriam said, sit down; try this.

A day and uncountable hours of brain labor later, ClitLogic was born.
Their task lay before them: how to deliver this discovery into a product for flashing women. Nyiri said we must consider how to make the conversation about the clitoris palatable.
Miriam sketched her first drawing of a delivery system: a small pad filled with a cooling substance to be worn inside underwear. The visual of a heart came to her mind as she thought of the shape of the clitoris and how blood flows in the body. They agreed the pad would need to be in contact with the upper vulva and clitoris but not the urethra. An upside-down heart would work! The ability to keep the cooling pad in place was important, so it would need a sticky side.

They began experimenting with different designs and cooling options and wanted women to try it. This was easier than they anticipated since many of their friends were peri-menopausal, and everyone was eager for relief.

One day on an assignment to interview Dr. Dweck, the author of the new book V is for Vagina, for her column on Bedtime Network, Miriam said to Nyiri, "Come with me; let's see if we might ask her about our mission." Dr. Dweck was more than just a regular OBGYN! She was an astute scientist with much knowledge of women's health.

They met in a coffee shop. Her enthusiasm was authentic, motivating, and a lightning rod. Within moments, they were off to the pharmacy to look at supplies. They found themselves on the pavement, cutting up mini pad prototypes and jumping for joy in the parking lot laboratory.

Several patents and prototypes later, we have launched ClitLogic to achieve ClitFame to benefit women everywhere.

Join us in changing the clitoris and menopause conversation to benefit women everywhere.#BeClitFamous

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Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats
Help Relieve Hot Flashes & Night Sweats