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How can we make menstrual education more informative and inclusive?

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Get rid of the taboo & stigma! Use the actual names and words for body parts & products instead of nicknames! Sex Ed is such an important subject to study not just in school but in general. There are hundreds of studies showing that Sex Ed can reduce risk behavior and talk about sexual health in a positive way. It usually means less teen pregnancy, more understanding about STIs, and, duh, an understanding about our OWN human biology & identity...sign me UP! One thing that we can do is to support open and inclusive sexual education curriculums in all schools around the world.

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

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