Middle school students protested their principal for refusing to provide free tampons in school by baking tampon-shaped cookies.
The period "drop of blood" emoji is now available on iPhone keyboards in what advocates say is a huge breakthrough for ending the taboo around mensuration.
Feeling "humiliated" after she was denied menstrual products while in police custody, a woman is filing a lawsuit against the NYPD for violating her civil rights.
“I think it's a remarkably progressive, inclusive and savvy thing to do for what is surely a relatively small, trans masculine segment of their consumer base,” says one transgender activist. Others disagree.
Court filings detail reports from teen girls who say they were given one sanitary pad a day. After that, they were forced to sit in soiled underwear and pants.
Nadya Okamoto is already changing the landscape of menstrual health in America with her nonprofit PERIOD. But in her mind, the “bloody conversation” is just getting started.