Find out what’s new in the world of everything women’s health, menstruation and periods for July 2018. Let’s get to it!
British MP Breaks Taboos
During a debate over the cost of menstruation products, Danielle Rowley breaks the taboo of talking about periods, by saying that she was on her period and it had cost her 25 pounds so far this week.
Menstruation Education is Critical for Human Health
We instinctively know this, right? Education is power, especially with regards to something with as much stigma as periods and menstruation.
Talking to our Sons about Periods
It’s important, but something that’s rarely done. That’s why we appreciate Scary Mommy bringing some attention to this important topic.
Parents are Throwing Period Parties for their Kids
An article from the New York Post about why parents are throwing parties for their daughter’s first period. Love it? We sure do! It’s something that should be celebrated, and now, people are.
Why are Periods called Shark Week?
Find out everything you wanted to know about this all-important question. Entertaining, as well as informative
Menstrual Cups and Reusable Cloth Pads are Gaining in Popularity
This is good news for women, and good news for our Earth. We LOVE reusable products and we’re happy to see them becoming more mainstream.
Missed Last Month? Then you’ll want to check this out: What’s New in the World of Periods, June 2018.
What Did We Miss for July 2018?
Did we miss any of the big stories about women’s health, or periods from the month of July 2018? Leave a comment below and let us know.
Want to suggest a story for next month? Contact Us and we’ll be sure to include it.