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Dr Bee Hughes Sep 25
My PhD thesis is now available to read and download [some content restriction due to archival copyright]. If you need a 👀at the archival stuff DM me. 🩸🩸Performing Periods: Challenging Menstrual Normativity through Art Practice 🩸🩸
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Africare Nigeria Sep 22
Replying to @AfricareNigeria
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Humans of Safe Places Sep 21
By increasing education, promoting female empowerment, providing expanded resources, and encouraging candid conversations surrounding women’s health, menstruation may one day no longer be a taboo but will be celebrated for the natural experience that it is.
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Aman Preet IRS 8h
Awareness regarding & distribution of sanitary pads , masks to migrant labourers working at was done with the help of &
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Empower to Elevate Girls Foundation (EEGF) Sep 22
Together we can ensure that every girl is comfortable and has the right menstraul products during their cycle.
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Aman Preet IRS Sep 19
We have heard that Men r from Mars & Women r from Venus but some earthlings came together to end period poverty amidst .Some glimpses of Men supporting women in ending the social taboos!Their efforts made us stronger.
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Periodपाठ Sep 24
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The Menstrual Health Specialists Trust Sep 23
The menstrual cup guarantees girls peace of mind every month when they have their periods; and there is no need for them to withdraw from their social or economic life, making the cup a tool for gender equality.
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Nyagichuhi Mararo Sep 23
The d-day is around the corner. We are still calling upon you to chip in whatever much or little you may have and join in the battle to
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binti_period Sep 24
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Dr Camilla Mørk Røstvik Sep 25
Excellent news! thesis is important and innovative reading on menstruation, normativity and art! And now you can read it online 😀
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The Butterfly Cup Co Sep 25
Our menstrual hygiene management dialogue with 30 girls in Chitungwiza, in partnership with Youth Aspire Development Trust, where girls also learnt about the menstrual cup.
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Nyagichuhi Mararo Sep 18
As we call for our policy makers to weave a system to bring an we still can do something to curb transactional sex Help us support the ladies in Baringo
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Common Youth Sep 22
Check out this new information leaflet produced by our Education Team. This one is on 'Periods'.
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binti_period Sep 23
Shame when we start our and shame when we finish Exciting collaboration coming Every woman deserves to menopause with dignity.
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Periodपाठ Sep 24
Imagine a world where the boys in your classroom are also completely okay talking about periods. 🙏🙏🙏
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The Case for Her Sep 25
Mark your calendars for the virtual launch of The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstruation Studies. Such a big (and important) book deserves a big party! 🥳 See you on October 8th. Register here:
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zeituna Abdullahi Sep 23
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Vaisakh Sabu Sep 17
If womens menstrual cycles makes them impure then all of us are also Impure 😇🙏🏾
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🕸Barberry 🔴 Sep 24
are not at all shameful. Annoying, yes. Irritating, yes. But shameful? No. They're part of all of humanity's existence.
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