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What are things that individual people can do to help end the stigma around periods?

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What our doctors say

For you personally: Start the conversation and keep it open and inclusive! Talking to your friends and family about periods is a good step towards normalizing and destigmatizing menstruation for all.

For educators in schools/learning settings: Have menstrual products in your classrooms! Let it be known at the beginning of the school year that students can come to you if they need any of the products.

For parents/guardians: Look out for resources to help you educate your kids. Don't be shy to talk about it. It's never too early. If you think they aren't undertsanding part of it - change the language you're using and simplify it. Try to give them accurate information in a calm way so as not to freak them out or imply that certain period myths are real.

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