Approaching Menstrual Education (part two)

Approaching Menstrual Education (part two)

In my previous post I started to speak about menstrual education, an area of schooling I think we can all agree that we’ve seen lacking.

I think that any dedicated session talking about menstruation and focusing on destigmatisation is fantastic, highlighting that this is normal and not shameful and is clearly going to have a huge impact on what is taken away from it.

The thing that is tricky after living with a period for so many years is that you sort of forget just how little you knew, things that sound glaringly obvious to us now were not always a given.

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Taking Action Against Menstrual Inequality

Taking Action Against Menstrual Inequality

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Adelaide girls Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshall are the Co-Founders and Co-Directors of Taboo, a new company selling pads and tampons to Australians.

But what sets them apart? All of the profits go toward helping the lives of women who don’t have access to proper menstrual health care and education. Read more