menstrual products bill

Menstrual Products Bill: The Right to Know What’s Down There

Ladies – it’s time to know the ingredients in your tampons, pads and other down there products – like douches and menstrual cups! Wait….you don’t know about the Menstrual Products  Right to Know Act of 2017 that’s before Congress? It’s time for you to know and to take action. Call or email your representative right […]

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Operation Save Uterus: Womb Pulsing

LG: Howdy. How are you feeling now that we’ve experienced womb pulsing? Uterus: I’m feeling energized, awake, and deeply reconnected to you. What took you so long to connect with me that way? LG: Honestly, I wasn’t familiar with womb pulsing until my friend and Womb Priestess Carol Marie Fiorito recently invited me to her […]

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A Womb Journey: Unwinding and Healing Endometriosis

My name is Lorraine Giordano. I’m a Jersey girl who was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2006. Such a silly sounding name for such a painful condition. A nurse dropped off the endometriosis news after I had laparoscopic surgery to remove a couple of cysts. It felt like she’d dropped off a fertility bomb. My doc […]

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1770s Fertility Data—Not So Fashionable

Would you wear fashion from the 1700s in 2016? Probably not. A lady’s sense of fashion has come a long way since wearing all that coiffed hair, and those corsets, frames, and hats. Think about how heavy all those layers would feel on a hot summer day and how long it would take to remove […]

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8 Questions to Play Smart with Your Female Reproductive Health

  Thanks for playing! Answers and supporting information will be posted on October 31, 2016. March is Endometriosis Awareness month worldwide. How many girls and women in the United States suffer from endometriosis – a disease that causes “killer cramps” that impacts daily living and can cause infertility? a. 1 in 1000 b. 1 in […]

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Menstrual Leave Debate—Keep Kicks to the Nuts Out of the Conversation

A recent article in The Atlantic—Should Paid Menstrual Leave Be a Thing  by Emily Matchar re-sparked the debate about whether women should have the option to take a day or two off for menstrual leave. Many Asian countries (Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, and Indonesia) offer menstrual leave benefits. Japan has offered this option to women […]

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