Mothers and Daughters on Changing How We Talk About Periods

How does it feel to talk openly about menstruation? All too often, society sees menstruation as a taboo subject. Only through encouraging frank conversations can we break the stigma, erase negative perceptions, and encourage menstruators to seek care when they might need it. In this video, mothers and daughters discuss how it has felt to share their experiences while shooting these videos and that periods aren’t something to be ashamed of.

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In a supportive setting, with an all-female crew, mothers and daughters talk about periods.

What are the different ways people experience their periods?

Why do we feel embarrassed talking about periods?

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