Every beginning is difficult. And also the start of your menstruation can go hand in hand with pain and other complaints. But does this automatically mean something is wrong? (…)
On 11 October, the International Day of the Girl Child highlights and addresses the needs and challenges girls face worldwide. This year’s theme: ‘With Her: A Skilled GirlForce’. (…)
From a comic book for both girls and boys to colourful pads and liners stickers for a doll: five fun initiatives that teach girls about menstruation.
From a song with dancing tampons to a board game with ovaries: menstrual education made fun.
‘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. (…)
It’s women who have it every month. But should men also be educated about periods? (…)