Sameness versus difference...

  • Biological variation
  • Not 'all women'
  • People who menstruate
  • Sex and hormones
same v different

Evidence-based blogs...

Why we say 'people who menstruate'

The importance of being precise in the language we use to communicate with others about menstrual health, human rights, and gender equality.

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Not all women; understanding biological variation

Myth-busting the idea that the (menstrual) experiences of a few individuals are somehow reflective of ‘all women’...

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The 'virginity' myth

Myth-busting the dangerous (even murderous) concept that there is a part of the female body (the hymen) that indicates whether or not that person has had penetrative heterosexual sex.

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Let's talk about sex... and hormones

Although a person’s sex is a key factor in menstrual health, sex categorisation is far less straightforward than we are typically led to believe. Get the facts, here.

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Quick links...

Normal changes
Premenstrual Inflammation
Unusual changes
Tracking changes
4 steps to health

What's normal?

Cycle length
Blood loss
Mood changes
Period pain
Changes v symptoms

Resources... [Coming soon!]

GP tracker pads
GP tracker pads
Book reviews