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  • PCOS 101: What You Need To Know About Your Ovaries

    Hey! It’s a little-known fact that September is PCOS Awareness Month! PCOS is an oft-misunderstood disease that can have some pretty traumatizing symptoms. Here’s your PCOS 101 to give you a starting…

  • Light Bladder Leakage (And What To Do About It)

    Hey Lunahive! We’re proud to introduce Dr. Brianne Grogan (PT, DPT), a specialist in pelvic floor health.  She’s here to give us some advice on light bladder leakage and how to keep…

  • Endometriosis 101

    March is endometriosis awareness month! Whether you’re wondering if you have endometriosis, or you’ve never heard anything about it, this quick primer will help you know what to look out for. What’s…

  • A Fat Girl Talks About Her Sex Life

    February is the month for luuurve, but let’s face it – you might not be feeling it for any number of reasons. To bring you a shot of awesome, we’re proud to…

  • How to Raise Period Positive Kids

    Body image, sexuality, strength in the face of societal and peer pressure. Raising kids is a tough job. Add the daunting task of fighting against the menstruation taboo to your #parentinggoals and…

  • Endometriosis: a zine by Dana Kearley

    My name is Dana Kearley — I am an artist and illustrator based in Vancouver, BC. My artwork is a visceral response to personal life, being a woman, and my endless conflict…

  • 5 Tips to Release Period Shame

    Half of the population will likely experience a period at some point in their life. So, why then, is menstruation shrouded in secrecy, embarrassment, and shame? Period shaming is not a new…

  • Janet Kimmel and family

    My 20-year Relationship with Endometriosis

    This is a guest blog post by Janet Kimmel, personal trainer, and founder of  Hypopressives Vancouver. It was in my early twenties during my final year of university that I started having…

  • Scent-Free, Chemical-Free and Sustainable

    Our most recent guest post was written by Katie, who has severe multiple chemical sensitivities and mast cell activation syndrome. Katie is unable to use traditional disposable menstrual products because the fragrances,…

  • My Autistic Daughter has Period Independence

    Over the years, we’ve received a number of messages from autistic customers — and from the parents of autistic kids and teens, too — telling us that Lunapads are more comfortable and…