Periods

  • Life

    These are the shocking stats around period poverty in the UK

    The issue is much closer to home than you may have thought

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  • Visible Women

    This inventor could have revolutionised periods. Why was she ignored?

    The true story of forgotten inventor Mary Davidson Kenner, who created an innovative new menstrual pad in 1956.

    Posted by
    Anna-Marie Crowhurst
    Published
  • Life

    “Why a Mooncup is the most life-changing purchase you’ll make in 2018”

    Your periods are about to get a serious make-over

    Posted by
    Sonya Barber
    Published
  • Long Reads

    “Doctors told me my period pains were nothing. Then I collapsed.”

    Does the new endometriosis pill prove women’s health is finally being taken seriously?

    Posted by
    Sarah Graham
    Published
  • Opinion

    “India has scrapped its tampon tax. Why are we still paying it in the UK?”

    The world’s ‘most dangerous country for women’ is ending taxes on sanitary products – but in the supposedly enlightened UK, we’re still being forced to pay up.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
  • Visible Women

    Why Ruby Raut wants women everywhere to wear WUKA ‘period pants’

    Stylist meets WUKA co-founder, Ruby Raut

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
    Published
  • Life

    Female MP makes ground-breaking move by discussing her period in parliament

    Scottish Labour's Danielle Rowley got real about period poverty in a revolutionary way

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
    Published
  • These are the reproductive health issues women worry most about
    Life

    These are the reproductive health issues women worry most about

    But a new study shows that embarrassment is still stopping women from seeking the help they need.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
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  • Life

    This London restaurant will let you swap tampons for cocktails

    Show your support for period poverty by getting sozzled

    Posted by
    Megan Murray
    Published