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Why it’s time to open up the conversation about endometriosis: Kat's story

Why it’s time to open up the conversation about endometriosis: Kat's story

Activist and creative freelancer Kat shares her personal story, her tips for dealing with endometriosis, and why it's so important to speak up about a condition that's still widely misunderstood and misdiagnosed – despite affecting one in ten women in the UK.

March 31, 2021
Period skin 101

A period skin survival guide: vegan and ethical products to soothe hormonal breakouts

We’re sharing our favourite products and tips for combatting hormonal breakouts, including the best way to pop spots, making sure you double cleanse your skin and our favourite acids to calm spots. All recommendations are cruelty-free and vegan, so that you can have a glowing complexion without a moral compromise.
January 11, 2021
Building a period-friendly future in Ethiopia

Building a period-friendly future in Ethiopia

Follow the ongoing work at a WaterAid project in Addids Ababa in Ethiopia, which is building new toilets at two schools – just one example of the work Fempowered subscribers support, helping to bring clean toilets to the ¼ people that don’t have access to one.
December 28, 2020
What’s the most sustainable way to get rid of tampons?

What’s the most sustainable way to get rid of tampons?

62% of women have admitted to flushing their tampons down the toilet, but that can cause major issues with our sewers and add to the plastic in the ocean. Read on to find out the best way to get rid of your period products (spoiler: bin them), and a handy new product to use if there's no bin around: FabLittleBag.
December 22, 2020
Gifts that really give: 10 ethical Christmas presents under £50

Gifts that really give: 10 ethical Christmas presents under £50

Shopping ethically is tricky all year round. However, when the festive season begins to rear its tinsel-covered head, being a conscious consumer gets even harder. To make things as easy as possible, we’ve broken down our favourite ethical gifts for Christmas 2020, all of which cost less than £50.
December 11, 2020
Why do we flush our period products? How period taboos are harming the planet

Why do we flush our period products? How period taboos are harming the planet

Around 1.5 billion period products are flushed down the toilet every single year in the UK, which wreak havoc on our sewer systems and contribute to the build up of plastic in the ocean. We delve into the reasons why flushing period products is so common in the UK and, unsurprisingly, it's to do with period taboos.
November 16, 2020
Our exclusive period bags designed by Gurls Talk's Adwoa Aboah, Zoe Sugg and Maisie Williams

Bags of period positivity: Buy our new celebrity-designed merchandise now!

Discover our new and exclusive period bags created in collaboration with inspiring women Zoe Sugg, Maisie Williams and Adwoa Aboah. 100% of the profits are going to WaterAid, so you’ll be pushing forward projects that fight period discrimination and allow people across the globe to practically manage menstruation.
October 21, 2020
Author and Illustrator Natalie Byrne

Meet Natalie Byrne: Drawing periods, busting taboos and fighting for inclusion

Author and illustrator Natalie addresses a whole spectrum of important issues in the modern world. From sexual assault and mental health to intersectional feminism and, of course, all things periods! We spoke to her about her journey towards becoming the period pioneer she is today.
October 12, 2020
Period blood colour meanings: What your blood can tell you about your cycle

Period blood colour meanings: What your blood can tell you about your cycle

Use our simple guide to get a better understanding of what the colour of your period blood means. Tuning into the colour of your menstrual blood and understanding what it could mean about your body is a brilliant way to better understand your cycle.
October 09, 2020
Empowering students as agents for period positivity

Empowering students as agents for period positivity

As we go through puberty, develop relationships and learn more about ourselves, our school and teachers should be there to guide us. But what happens when school isn't equipped to help pupils through these big life changes, especially menstruation? Read on to see how Uwingugu Primary School in Rwanda changed that.
September 14, 2020