While some people are being held back by the stigma of periods or the inaccessibility of hygienic menstrual products, others are celebrating their period power. Read the stories of the people who’ve overcome prejudice, fought for social justice, empowered others or simply raised awareness of the day-to-day realities of living with periods.

4 Women Get Real About their First Period

Your period story matters. It matters because, in a world that profits off of our shame, when we speak out about how we experience something as natural as menstruation, we’re telling society that we will not be quiet.

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Gender and Period Care Products

The feminine-only language approach to having a period is not only irrelevant but can also lead to a plethora of issues that affect self-esteem, cause body dysmorphia, and contribute to the overall misunderstanding of people who don’t identify with their born gender.

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What is Consent?

We think that consent is simple - if it’s not yes, it’s no. Consent must be present to participate in any form of interaction, and it is the only way to know that everyone is in agreement with the following actions.

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Messy, Delectable & Queer

“How do you feel about menstrual sex?” Caryn asked, taking a sip from a beer and holding her gaze intently. I feel my body get hot, my palms get sweaty, turned on at the opportunity to discuss my three favorite topics: menstruation, politics, and gender.

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