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The Penny Pack Jun 16
Laughing through awkward moments we canโ€™t control is one way to cut through any shame and discomfort.
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African Coalition For MHM Jun 21
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Menstruation Research Network Jun 19
If a long-term Menstruation Research Network was to be established in the UK: What would you like to see from it?
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Thickie Smalls ๐Ÿฆ„โœจ .๐Ÿ’‹ 1h
Can we get free sanitary products PLEASE??!! And I would like my as well.
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Think Malawi 14h
A big โ€œthank youโ€ to all the mothers. In total, 203 pads have been made and 36 given to mums in exchange for their hard work. These mothers are becoming stakeholders and promoting the sustainability of .
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Health Aid For All Jun 24
Amenorrhea can happen for many reasons, in some cases, hormonal imbalances or problems with the reproductive organs might be the cause, but various lifestyle factors, including body weight and exercise levels can also lead to amenorrhea
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Nicolette Jun 24
A colleague shared this on Facebook this morning and it's an interesting read. How do we normalize the conversation around ?
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Girlologyยฎ Jun 18
Too many of us know what it's like to hide a tampon up your sleeve and shamefully tiptoe to the bathroom. These influencers and activists are speaking out to put an end to period stigma and poverty.
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The Penny Pack Jun 24
The stigma also exists in the United States. According to Menstrual Hygiene Day organization, a recent survey found 42 percent of 1,500 U.S. women experienced period shaming.ย 
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Health Aid For All Jun 21
is one of the most natural biological functions in the world.
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Plan International USA = Girls' Rights Jun 19
It's time to end period stigma - and we can't do that without boys & men!
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DEFindia 23h
Did you know that periods are also known as the 'call machine'? Girls in Jagannathpur broke the chain of shame and shared their views on menstrual hygiene practices.
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Hadeer 18h
Shame is a powerful thing. When itโ€™s felt individually it has to the power to disconnect us from our self-worth and interfere with our ability to trust others"
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Bee Hughes 14h
Huge thank you to for inviting me to exhibit and arranging for to acquire the work I recently exhibited in the Cloisters exhibition space. It is exciting to know the work will be cared for and available to for future researchers
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Menstruation Research Network Jun 24
The presentations from our first Menstruation Research Netwrok workshop 31 May 2019 have now been uploaded: Enjoy! And remember to cite accordingly.
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...The monthly period is more than enough reason to respect and love female folks, but yet most people disregard them as if they worth nothing, most especially in this part of the world โ€“ Nigeria...
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Huru International Jun 21
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Menstrual Health Hub 19h
Super interesting stuff to read, make sure you check them out
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UNICEF USA Jun 23
Trained as masons for a sanitation project, women in Jharkhand are leveraging their skills to change the conversation about gender roles and girls' futures.
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Carolyn 17h
Day of The Dead Women Cloth Menstrual Pad Set 5 Exposed Core 10 1/2" Fleece Back Moderate Mama Cloth - Gypsy Spoonful
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