Get natural period tips and menstrual advice from Lara Briden, Naturopathic Doctor and author of the Period Repair Manual.
We talk with Emily and Kelsey, founders of The Fifth Vital Sign, which addresses important needs around body literacy and informed choice. We chat about why accurate information is important and how everyday advocacy can help every person feel safe in their body.
Mimi Millard is the founder of De Lune, which creates evidence-based solutions that improve the lives of menstruators everywhere. Learn about her story and why she's dedicated her life to realizing a period positive world.
Bri Braggs, a Certified Holistic Health Coach and founder of Fertile Alchemy, talks with the De Lune team about what drew her to work with fertility and menstrual cycles. Explore her expert tips on healthy living and pre-emptive care.
We talk with PERIOD. co-founder Nadya Okamoto about equity in access to menstrual products, adequate healthcare, information, and support. Period poverty is real, and we can stop it together.
We chat with Kenny Ethan Jones, one of the first Trans Men to front a campaign about periods. Kenny brings us through his own menstrual experience, emphasizing that each transman's experience will be different based on where they are in their transition and what decisions they’ve made.
Saeng-Fah Graham leads De Lune's community education initiatives. She is a Menstrual Doula with a passion for empowering humans through knowledge o...
De Lune's Founder and CEO, Mimi Millard, chats about period positivity and other social movements with Ashni Mehta, the Digital Strategist at NYU's Brennan Center for Justice.
At De Lune, we fight everyday to improve the lives of menstruators everywhere, so we're proud to be collaborating with Mama Glow to support women at the most powerful and most vulnerable times of their lives. We sat down with founder Latham Thomas to discuss many important issues, from embracing your menstrual cycle and self-care to period solidarity and the modern wellness industry.
De Lune's Saeng-Fah Graham sat down with Professor Payne, a professor and researcher at UCLA to better understand new and ongoing studies of menstrual pain and its associated factors.