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The Menstrucation Platform

PERIODICO

We regularly publish new articles about menstruation on the periodico. Sometimes informative, sometimes socio-critical, sometimes advice. But always honest!

8 healthy food options to help with menstrual pain

Did you know that some healthy food options can have a positive effect on your menstrual cramps? Are you ready for a better (aka more painless) period?

Welcome to ‘Menstruation around The World’

Menstruation around the world is a new series from Vulvani, which seeks to show the diversity of menstrual experiences around the world.

Menstruation in numbers: Disposable products, expenses and waste

Each menstruating person uses around 14,000 disposable tampons and pads in their lives. What impact do these products actually have on your budget or the environment?

6 inspiring Black women in the period world

In search of a way to support the BLM movement, we are presenting six inspiring Black women in the period world. Who else do you know?

7 good reasons for an eco-friendly period

Not sure if alternative menstrual products are the right fit for you? We’ll give you some good reasons for an eco-friendly period.

Insights into the Zine “stained – Perspectives on menstruation“

In the zine “stained- Perspectives on menstruation” 38 people share their own special look at menstruation in the form of text and images.

My 4 favourite books about menstruation

My four favorite books about menstruation range from light menstrual education to holistic hormone health and political discourses.

My personal experience with Free Bleeding: A love letter

From my experience with Free Bleeding I have learned to be more aware of my own body and that my period can be something beautiful.

Why do we experience period pain? And what is normal?

While some have no symptoms at all, others suffer from severe pain every month. Where does period pain actually come from?

How can I change my menstrual cup in public toilets?

Do you sometimes have to change your menstrual cup in public toilets? With a little humour, self-confidence & my tips, it’s not that bad!

Vulvani Academy

The Vulvani Academy is your digital education platform for menstruation, sexuality and female health. With our interactive online courses and eBooks you will get to know your own body in a completely new way. Because we educate differently!

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How do you feel about period blood?

Vulvani Gallery

We want to share our favorite photos with you, completely for free. Say what?!? The menstrual taboo does not disappear by itself and pictures say more than a thousand words. We don’t want your contribution towards the normalization of periods to fail because you are lacking quality pictures!

Where do you empty your menstrual cup?
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Menstruation Around the World

Menstruation Around the World is a Vulvani theme series that attempts to show the diversity of menstrual experiences around the world. How do different people experience their period? How do different cultures deal with the topic? What products are used during menstruation? These are all questions that we ask ourselves and that we would like to ask many more people. We portray people from different countries with their personal stories.

Menstruation from A to Z

In our constantly growing Menstrual ABC you will find short and easy explanations of colloquial expressions and medical terminology relating to menstruation, hormone-free contraception and the anatomy of the reproductive organs. 

Our Vision

Vulvani wants to create a world in which an open and relaxed approach to menstruation in all societies is possible and in which all people can manage their menstruation in a self-determined, environmentally friendly and above all dignified way.

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