Period tech helped women "overcome prejudice leveled against a bleeding body." The technology's future could be even more freeing. Are you a Dutchess, a Diva, or a Pixie? Do you Blossom like a flower,
The first time I tried to have sex I was 16. I knew it might hurt and that perhaps I would bleed. I was OK with that: it was part of the mythology. I imagined that, afterwards, I would stare at myself
A postal worker noticed more waste on streets. Now she's making shops ditch plastic period products.
Ella Daish was walking the streets of Cardiff, Wales, as a postal worker when she noticed that the amount of waste being thrown away seemed to be getting worse. The following week, she got her period something
In much the same way our go-to bags say something about who we are, so do the wealth of things we keep inside of them. That’s why, for this installment of R29’s Spill It, we asked Lisette — YouTube personality
The year was 2015 and Claire Coder was at a startup weekend event, held at CoverMyMeds in Columbus, OH. She — like many women — got her period without having a tampon or pad in her purse. CoverMyMeds free