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How can I be gender inclusive when speaking about menstrual cycles?

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What our doctors say

Please remember that not all women menstruate, and not all menstruators are women.

Alternative language to use:

  1. Period/menstruation products (instead of feminine hygiene products)
  2. when referring to people who get periods: menstruators, those with uteruses, people who menstruate, person on their period, mensturators etc.
  3. Instead of ""Aunt Flow"" - call it menstruation or a period instead of a 'soft' cover-up
  4. Be sure to support products and brands that are gender inclusive

For more information, check out our Gender Inclusivity Period Talk guide, made in partnership with Schuyler Bailar!

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