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Small Ways to Make a Difference

Small Ways to Make a Difference

Feeling a little down from the constant onslaught of frankly overwhelming news recently? Here are some small actions you can take that really do make a difference. 
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The State of the Tampon Tax

The State of the Tampon Tax

It's been six years since The Year of the Period. How much progress has been made since then on the Tampon Tax, and how far is left to go?
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Five Young Climate Activists You Should Know

Five Young Climate Activists You Should Know

When people hear the phrase "Youth Climate Activist", many will immediately think of Greta Thunberg. And while she's done some amazing activism, it’s important to remember that she isn’t alone!
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Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and When to Talk to Your Doctor about It

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and When to Talk to Your Doctor about It

PMDD is a worse version of PMS, and having it doesn’t make you any less of the kind of person that you are.
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The Way We Talk About Abortion Matters

The Way We Talk About Abortion Matters

We deserve abortion coverage that moves beyond portrayals of tragedy and trauma, and tropes of irresponsibility and shame.
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How to Spice Up Your Masturbation Routine in Lockdown

How to Spice Up Your Masturbation Routine in Lockdown

If you’ve been feeling a little bit uninspired to get into some self-loving, here are some ways to spice things up!
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The Cost Of Fast Fashion

The Cost Of Fast Fashion

Your outfit costs more than it says on the receipt.
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The COVID-19 Vaccine And Your Period

The COVID-19 Vaccine And Your Period

There's been a lot of questions about how and whether the COVID-19 vaccines affect your period. Let's dig into them.
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Sustainable Living: Understandaing What "Eco-Friendly Garment" Truly Means

What Makes a Garment Eco-Friendly?

There’s more to eco-friendly material than organic cotton. And there’s more to sustainable clothing than using eco-friendly materials.
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Aisle for Teen Periods

Aisle for Teen Periods

Here’s a summary of some of our most frequently asked questions about Aisle for Gen Z menstruators - and how we can help set them up for a lifetime of waste-free periods.
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Medical Bias and Endometriosis

Medical Bias and Endometriosis

According to an article in Contemporary OB/GYN “Black women are only about half as likely to be diagnosed with endometriosis compared to white women” so is it any surprise that it took me as a Black woman the 10 years it did to finally be diagnosed by a gynaecologist?
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The Importance of Boundaries Online

The Importance of Boundaries Online

If we’re going to have productive, nuanced, and world-improving conversations online, we need to be sure that we can increase our tolerance for discomfort, and know when we need to disconnect. Boundaries are a big part of that. 
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