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Image for Sustainable beauty: three product swaps for greener grooming Positive.News | Partners
Sustainable beauty: three product swaps for greener grooming From menstrual cups to shampoo, here’s our guide to the sustainable swaps with impact Written in partnership with Intimina
Image for Athletes and periods: how the sporting world is starting to smash taboos Positive.News | Partners
Athletes and periods: how the sporting world is starting to smash taboos From dark coloured sportswear to taboo-busting campaigns, is the sports industry finally becoming more period-friendly? Written in partnership with Intimina
Image for Rising fierce: three women standing up for the rights and wellbeing of mothers Positive.News | Partners
Rising fierce: three women standing up for the rights and wellbeing of mothers From building community through outdoor swimming to campaigning around childcare costs, these women are supporting mums Written in partnership with Intimina
Image for What is the gender health gap, and what’s being done about it? Positive.News | Partners
What is the gender health gap, and what’s being done about it? There is a yawning gap between male and female-oriented healthcare and research. But is change on the horizon? Written in partnership with Intimina
Image for Seeing red: meet the activists making periods positive for all Positive.News | Partners
Seeing red: meet the activists making periods positive for all Taboos around menstruation abound. Luckily, these activists are making bold strides to effect change Written in partnership with Intimina
Image for Five powerful ways to take action against period poverty Positive.News | Partners
Five powerful ways to take action against period poverty Inflation is exacerbating period poverty. Here are five things that you can do, from buying a menstrual cup to lobbying Written in partnership with Intimina

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