Promoting Menstrual Equity and
Uplifting Girls and Women Worldwide
We are committed to ending period stigma in Black and Brown communities through community conversations, health education, resource connection, and mentorship.
Adolescent girls and women of reproductive age have been urged to always speak out against all forms of stigmatisation regarding their menstrual periods while debunking the common taboos and myths surrounding menstruation.
The Scope Boston
Menstruation can be taboo, a source of pain and embarrassment for many young girls to talk about, but two women and their team at Love Your Menses want to break that stigma, and ensure girls and women have healthy menstrual cycles and embrace their periods.
Women's Voices For The Earth
As we wrap up this year’s Environmenstrual Week, we asked Executive Director and co-founder of Love Your Menses, Bria Gadsden, a few questions about why she’s passionate about this work.