Girls and women in communities across the United States and the World are missing school and work because they simply can't afford basic necessities like tampons and pads. Feminine Hygiene is not a privilege, it's a matter of basic health and human dignity. Your purchase can help support Period., Inc. an organization dedicated to: 1) raising worldwide awareness of feminine hygiene, 2) providing support, information and hygiene products for low-income girls/women in the U.S.
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Access To Menstrual Health and Hygiene Is a Right. Period. By - Elizabeth Payne
"All around the world girls, women, transgender and intersex people suffer from the stigma of menstruation through bullying, cultural taboos, discrimination and the inability to afford sanitary products – known as period poverty". Read More...https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/28/access-to-menstrual-health-and-hygiene-is-a-right-period
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5 Ways to Support the Mental Illness Community (Even If You Don't Have a Mental Illness) By Paige Kezima
We all make assumptions. We do it all the time. These assumptions can be about pretty much anyone or anything.
It’s so easy to think that we know what’s going on in someone else’s head.
“KINDNESS IS REALIZING THAT WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.”
This Is How Little Men Actually Know About Your Period
We asked men to answer questions about the menstrual cycle.
Amazing news: We found a way to make period talk way more fun. Turns out the missing ingredient was a panel of guys whose menstruation IQ is, well, lacking. Let us explain. Read More ... https://www.health.com/menstruation/men-answer-menstrual-cycle
Men And Periods : A Guy’s Perspective
"Let me start off by saying that I am a man. I should also clarify that this is Nate, the third cofounder of The Period Store. A lot of men feel uncomfortable buying menstrual supplies. The most common reaction falls juuust short of chivalrous".
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Period Poverty: Everything You Need to Know - By Erica Sanchez and Leah Rodriguez
Women and young girls who menstruate are ostracized from basic activities, like eating certain foods, or socializing, all over the world. The cultural shame attached to menstruation and a shortage of resources stop women from going to school and working every day.