A Biological Ritual, Experienced Through Different... →
Who does the menstrual money go to?
Anna Chinn asks about why menstrual cups are not more popular. Her answer: money: a consumer economy must be supported by a throwaway society, and so disposable sanitary products are preferred by the people with the biggest advertising budgets. She also notes that these people are mostly men: Johnson & Johnson chairman and chief executive William C. Weldon also makes an awful lot of...
Handsome Young Man Project spreads the word about... →
the Handsome Young Man Project will be a whole new leg to Sustainable Cycles advocacy. Because men like contests, being told they are handsome and young, talking to women, and also prizes, each enthusiastic man who decides to be part of the project will join the Handsome Young Man Face book group and compete to see who can do the best sustainable menstruation activism by the end of 2011. The...
Ad spending for feminine hygiene products, including tampons, panty liners and...– Kantar Media
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Just How Comfortable is a Menstrual Cup?
celebrationofmenstruation: A page from my art journal that I did today, finding this advertisement to be pretty wtf-worthy. submitted by szungazser
9 out of 10 Women Would Recommend a Menstrual Cup
In a recent study, researches found that 91% of the women they studied who used a menstrual cup for the first time said they would continue to use the cup and recommend it to others.
A recent study done by Linda Scott of Oxford’s Said Business School...– Grown Learn Give