It happens to everyone: Why it’s hard to have a female body in the workplace

Eight stories of periods, pumping and piercing pain

I threw my 11-year-old daughter a period party. Here’s why.

It’s important for us to support the young women of our village, to celebrate them, encourage them

Welcome to Menstrualand, the world’s first period theme park

This place isn’t real, but I sure wish it were

A new law in Maryland ensured free tampons for inmates. So why are they still paying?

‘Immediate steps’ are reportedly being taken to implement the law

On Menstrual Hygiene Day, 3 women share how they’re fighting taboos in their communities

Menstruation shouldn’t be something women and girls have to hide

‘Endometriosis is so much worse than a bad period’

My 14-year journey with the illness, in comic form

This short documentary on periods is up for an Oscar. Here’s why that matters.

‘Period. End of Sentence.’ taps into ongoing efforts to remove stigma around menstruation

Activists urge Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to take steps toward ‘menstrual equity’ in schools

Students and activists want school bathrooms to be supplied with menstrual products

Developing countries need a new approach to tackle period stigma, critics say

Providing pads and cups to girls isn’t enough

7 activists in 7 countries who want to strip menstruation of stigma

Worldwide, periods are a leading cause of absenteeism of girls in school