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. 

by Guest Blogger

'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."
by Jane H.

Period Tracking Apps and Your Privacy

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

The Painful Truth About The Period Taboo

The period taboo isn't just annoying tradition - it can deeply and negatively impact the lives of everyone who menstruates.
by Guest Blogger

"But I Don't Bleed!" Honoring Your Cycles For People Without Uteruses

Not everyone has a menstrual cycle - but we're all living cyclical lives.
by Guest Blogger

The Politics of Comfort

Who gets to be comfortable in this world? Short answer: those who benefit from the power structures that dictate how our world works.

by Jane H.

Cannabis and Period Pain: Here’s What You Need To Know

If you’re planning on using cannabis to relieve cramping, nausea, and other symptoms of dysmenorrhea it’s important to be a savvy shopper. The fact that CBD oil is now in everything, from sparkling water to junk food, is indicative of how quickly cannabis has become “A Thing” amongst food marketers and companies wanting to jump in while the trend is hot.

by Guest Blogger

Reusables for Refugees: An Update From AFRIpads

Reusables for refugees? AFRIpads made it happen. 
by Jane H.

How Reusables Solve Your Period Problems

With 20 billion pads and tampons going to landfill every year, getting your period to go zero waste is an easy way to make a big impact. That said - we hear you. Your period products need to work - and ideally, make your period just that little bit better.

by Jane H.


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