‘In Dutch we have a saying ‘that’s another cookie’ or ‘dat is andere koek.’ Maybe you’re familiar with it, thanks to Louis van Gaal. It means ‘that’s another story.’ Well here’s my ‘another story…’ – A guest blog by the British tutor and mother Amy Verkerk. (…)
‘Let’s talk about the societal and environmental impact of periods.’ A guest blog by Hannah Theisen about period care with a cause.
‘I alternately dreaded and looked forward to the day when I could share the ancient mysteries of womanhood with my daughter. But …’ – A guest blog by the American journalist and writer Mary Novaria. (…)
‘I can write about what has been part of my life and it is ok! People are reading these stories and they are cheering not recoiling or shushing! So here it is…’ A guest blog by the British holistic practitioner Melonie Syrett. (…)
‘About 10 percent of girls will get their first period and not have any clue about what is happening or what they should do’, says April Kurtyka. ‘That’s why I decided to write Aunt Flo.’ (…)
(Menstrual) Blood and Tears: ‘How I Survived a Very Public Menstrual Leak While Vacationing in Berlin.’ – A guest blog by Canadian writer Sarah Sahagian.
‘I bet she has her period in cubes.’ One of the absolutely brilliant one-liners from Absolutely Fabulous.
‘I love surprises, but just not surprise blood stains just when I’m wearing my nice new white undies.’ Period!- editor Yayeri van Baarsen writes a letter to her menstruation.
‘Our first period is a precious time and a celebration of the transition from being a girl to becoming a woman. But how come so very few of us truly celebrate our menarche?’ A guest blog by the Australian counsellor Robyn Jones. (…)
‘For most of my life, I’ve lived without any connection to my cycle, my body, my uterus, my ovaries, my breasts, my menstruation, my ovulation – in other words, to the fact that I am a woman.’ A story from the heart, by Mariette Reineke. (…)
‘But you know we can’t help it. We don’t even know the cause. But as soon as this part’s over, then comes the menopause.’