No one menstruating should miss out on their education because of barriers to access or afford menstrual products.
what we carry and what we shed
Tonight, come support SHORE Centre’s Myth or Menstruation event at Cafe Pyrus 7-9 PM.
Night Two is a doozy. The first night, babies’ tummies are still full of amniotic fluid so they rarely exhibit hunger until the second night.
We talked about our moms, being moms to sons, when we first began our periods, hot flashes, and other symptoms…
I’ve learned the Women’s March is the largest activist gathering this region has yet witnessed and it’s more than timely…
It’s clear why they’re friends, they’re ying and yang: Meg, reserved and contemplative while Anbrin giggles away, bubbly and animated
she wore her favourite David Bowie tee so we could talk about the various ch-ch-ch-ch-changes we are going through at this stage of our lives
…it is a quiet gift hard to describe when you are permitted to be in the presence of as naked an emotion as grief and be allowed to document it.
It was a deliberate exercise in counting one’s blessings while in the throes of the deepest grief a human can suffer.
to have a stranger’s door open, her mouth open, her broken heart open, her secrets shared, her soul laid a bit bare…