As the cost of living crisis continues, more and more people are struggling to afford period products and one charity
Around 15 million women are of menstrual age in the UK. Of these women, one in eight are affected by
Period poverty: ‘Times are changing’ DCMS founder tells MM as informative booklet spreads important message
Last October Freya Slack, who studies Interactive Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University, launched the initiative Don’t Cramp My Style as part of a university project. It soon blew up into something much more important: period poverty campaigning.
‘Girls no longer whispering ‘Miss, do you have some pads?’: The Red Box Project period poverty success story
Sometimes it is often easy to miss things that are happening right in front of you. It’s easy to miss because you’re not looking for it. But sometimes, that can only make the problem worse.
The December/January edition is packed with features, interviews and articles across a range of topics.