Tampons and pads all contain plastic, and generate more than 200,000 tonnes of waste per year. Here's what you can do about it.
Women in India and Nepal will be protesting and playing games to shatter the prejudice against periods.
As a teen, I felt stuck in a miserable balancing act: hiding tampons from my family or being shamed by friends for not using them.
Condoms, tampons, and wet wipes belong in the trash can, people.
College campuses are leading the charge to provide tampons, pads, and other sanitary supplies to everyone, free of charge.
Condoms cost about $70 each, while the government is trying to teach women how to make their own pads, with fabric.
When students don't have access to menstrual products, they suffer academically and face potential health risks—and it's especially bad for those living in poverty. Because of this, New York City Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland is trying to make...
Women are often forced to line up for hours to access pads and tampons. Many bleed through their clothes and are forced to make due with tent cloths.