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  • 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…

  • Kids, Kegels & Leaks oh my!

    Image above (via David Davis) is of Mary Lepper (L) America’s first woman to run a full marathon. This guest blog post was written by Kim Vopni (@FitnessDoula) Founder of Pelvienne Wellness.…

  • One4Her: Solidarity Not Charity

    A super-interesting conversation took place on Facebook the other day after the fabulous folks over at A Girl’s Guide to Taking Over the World shared our One4Her mini poster. There were over…

  • A Feminist Education in Feminine Hygiene

    Roughly 1 year ago a friend recommended to me that i read the book Cunt: A Declaration of Independence. I took her advice and proceeded to receive the feminine education of a…

  • A Preteen Guide to Lunapads

    Jeannette wrote to me recently as a concerned mom who hopes that Lunapads will help her daughter have an easier period. Read on for their story, and our recommendations: This is actually…

  • Pantyliner Love

    For many of our customers, Pantyliners are their first introduction to cloth pads.  Uncomplicated, inexpensive, and easy to use — Lunapads Pantyliners are just the thing for everyday use, light flow, or…

  • What’s up with ewwww?

    What we call the “ewww” factor is a fact of life here at Lunapads (although most of the feedback we receive is overwhelmingly supportive, when it does come up it can kind…

  • Period swimming tips

    We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about using Lunapads and Lunapanties while swimming. To cut straight to the chase: can you use Lunapads or Lunapanties to absorb your flow while…

  • Lunapads.com money-saving tips!

    Who doesn’t love a good deal? While you are going to save money no matter what with Lunapads and the DivaCup in the long term, I thought that it might be fun…

  • DIY pads, for you or others!

    In Lunapads mythology, Once Upon A Time there was a fair young maiden (yours truly!) who aspired to make the loveliest washable menstrual pads in the land.  She toiled endlessly at her…

  • Mom & Daughter share their love of Lunapads

    My name is KT and I’m Karen’s daughter. I’m 13 years old and am also home-schooled. I’m writing on my mom’s blog today to review Lunapads. What are Lunapads? Well, they are…