GIRLS – IT’S WHAT WE DO…..
This started with me seeing the video on Facebook about all the waste plastic that comes from menstrual products. I shared it and my daughter Danielle who also shared it and said how she remembered that they gave them cute little plastic boxes with
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I emailed City to Sea (who made the video above) as they say “We’re also running a pilot in schools to disrupt the current education bias of billion-pounds brands like Always and Tampax dominating period education. If you would like to get involved, either as a peer group participant (aged 10-14) or as a teacher, we’d love to hear from you” I now have the information to show to my students at the school…so much out there….
This amazing young lady below has a blog and vlog and Facebook group and it speaks to teens and also those of us who haven’t tried these products. It can only be worth it! So much help is out there and information and yet still it is a subject that is hardly discussed amongst women themselves.
But it is coming out of the closet and we are realising it is nothing to be ashamed of.
These reuseable products are not just good for the environment. But also, if given to those less fortunate, then they can cope with their monthly period so much better – as they don’t have to worry about constantly purchasing products – #periodpoverty – another subject I hadn’t given much thought to.
The things you learn. Learning all the time.