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Why Aren’t There More Periods On TV?

Why Aren’t There More Periods On TV?

Maybe showing more accurate depictions of menstruation on TV would have a positive impact on society by normalizing periods?

Just a thought. 

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A hand holding a tampon by the string. The tampon dangles. The background is black.

Period Poverty In Canada

Period poverty is real, and it is a Canadian problem. One-third of Canadians under the age of 25 who menstruate struggle to buy enough products every month. It is a truly invisible form of poverty.
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Growing Pains: Learning to Love Your Vulva

Love your vulv.
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Spooky Movies That Pass The Bechdel Test

Spooky Movies That Pass The Bechdel Test

Four of our fave female fronted films that up-end horror movie tropes and will surely put you in the mood for some tricks and treats.
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Self-Care For The Best. Autumn. Ever.

Self-Care For The Best. Autumn. Ever.

Here’s six ways to you can take care of yourself as we approach the winter season. 
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A sign is held up at an environmental protest. The sign reads "There is no Planet B" and has a drawing of the earth on it.

The Price of Plastic

Plastic isn’t just filling garbage cans. It’s endangering life on this planet.
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Mental Health and Your Period

Mental Health and Your Period

Sadness, frustration, and anger are emotions we typically associate with hormonal fluctuations both before and during menstruation, but what if you also have mental illness to contend with on top of PMS?
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Period Sex Myths To Put In The Trash

Let's debunk some of the myths, anxieties and half-truths surrounding sex during menstruation!
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A Beginner’s Guide To Fibroids

A Beginner’s Guide To Fibroids

Wondering what a fibroid is, or whether you have one?

Here's the 101.

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The UK Campaign For Plastic Free Periods

The UK Campaign For Plastic Free Periods

Although no period products should be flushed, it’s estimated that every single day in the UK, about 700,000 panty liners, 2.5 million tampons and 1.4 million pads are flushed down the toilet. 

Meet the people trying to change that. 

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An Aisle menstrual cup sits on top of its box. There are 3 thin rectangular pieces of wood leaning up against the cup box.

'We Cannot Tell People How To Menstruate': Period Justice with Chris Bobel

"We don’t evaluate menstruation as a vital sign or as part of a lifecycle. We’re not engaging with the body as a system - we think about menstruation as a problem to be solved with a product."
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Period Tracking Apps and Your Privacy

Period Tracking Apps and Your Privacy

Everything you need to know about protecting your privacy and data when using period tracking apps.
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