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Sexuality Chats in the Back to School Season

There’s never a bad time to discuss sexuality and identity with your children. But it’s normal to be intimidated by when and how to bring it up. Thankfully, back-to-school might just be the perfect opportunity to start the conversation. 
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Why We Need Better Menstrual Health Education

Stigma, shame & bullying -  these are the fruits of society’s decision to avoid talking about menstrual health.
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Black Women's Equal Pay Day

Black Women's Equal Pay Day

Creating a world where all can thrive means acknowledging how dual marginalization, the wealth gap, the cost and access of education, and occupational segregation have cost Black women tens of thousands of dollars each year.
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The Environmental Impact of Disposable Pads

The Environmental Impact of Disposable Pads

In the United States, approximately 12 billion disposable pads are thrown away each year. In Canada, disposable pad sales increased to $258.21 million CAD in 2020. Globally, disposable pads have a market value of $23.9 million USD, projected to rise to $28 million by 2024.
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What The Fibroids

WTF - What the Fibroids!?

It can be concerning or even scary to hear the “F-word” - fibroids, that is - from your medical provider. For many individuals, hearing the word fibroids comes with a lot of uncertainty on the what, why, and how you got them.
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Small Ways to Make a Difference

Small Ways to Make a Difference

Been feeling a little down from the constant onslaught of frankly overwhelming news recently? Here are some small actions you can take that really do make a difference.
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The State of the Tampon Tax

The State of the Tampon Tax

It's been six years since The Year of the Period. How much progress has been made since then on the Tampon Tax, and how far is left to go?
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Five Young Climate Activists You Should Know

Five Young Climate Activists You Should Know

When people hear the phrase "Youth Climate Activist", many will immediately think of Greta Thunberg. And while she's done some amazing activism, it’s important to remember that she isn’t alone!
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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and When to Talk to Your Doctor about It

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and When to Talk to Your Doctor about It

PMDD is a worse version of PMS, and having it doesn’t make you any less of the kind of person that you are.
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The Way We Talk About Abortion Matters

The Way We Talk About Abortion Matters

We deserve abortion coverage that moves beyond portrayals of tragedy and trauma, and tropes of irresponsibility and shame.
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How to Spice Up Your Masturbation Routine in Lockdown

How to Spice Up Your Masturbation Routine in Lockdown

If you’ve been feeling a little bit uninspired to get into some self-loving, here are some ways to spice things up!
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The Cost Of Fast Fashion

The Cost Of Fast Fashion

Your outfit costs more than it says on the receipt.
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