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Feminism

  • Periods & The City

    We are just back from an amazing whirlwind trip to New York, which not-so-surprisingly happened to coincide with me having my period, not to mention a bouquet of other menstrual-related goings-on. While…

  • FDA Compliance & The Cost of Doing Business

    There has been a recent flurry of activity on the topic of FDA registration and questions from our customers about whether Lunapads are FDA compliant. The short answer is YES we have been…

  • I Met My Hero: Tavi Gevinson of Rookie Magazine

    Guest Post by Alysha Seriani A few weekends ago, I met my personal hero: Tavi Gevinson. Blogger, actor, style icon, feminist, model, singer, and founding editor‐in‐chief of RookieMag.com — the ultimate media…

  • Trans Inclusion at Lunapads

    Lunapads for All Genders, All Bodies

    Note: This post was originally published in 2011. Over the last 5+ years, we’ve seen the menstrual and reproductive health space really begin to shift with respect to trans & nonbinary inclusion…

  • Eco and Body Friendly Sex Toys

    Eco & Body Positive Sex Toys

    Flickr photo by carbonnyc (cc) Hi everyone, Lisa here! As most of you know, Lunapads manufactures and sells washable cotton menstrual pads, pantyliners and underwear. We do this because we believe that…

  • Nous Nous Souvenons: We Remember

    December 6th is a painful day for any Canadian old enough to remember the horrific events that took place 21 years ago on this date. The murder of 14 women at Montreal’s…

  • Blood, Safety and the TSA

    When do the new TSA “security” scanners and searches go too far? Many of you will by now have heard about a recent incident with a woman who was wearing a GladRags…

  • the many faces of U by Kotex

    I’m guessing that most of you will by now have seen one of the videos by the U by Kotex marketing campaign, in particular the widely circulated “Apology” video and television commercial,…

  • Much ado about Muffing

    Time for our promised followup to the “Pretty in Pink?” post a couple of weeks ago. I’ll start by saying that I can’t believe how much I have ended up thinking about…