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Women’s Reproductive Health journal explores postmenopausal hormone therapy

Women’s Reproductive Health journal explores postmenopausal hormone therapy

Free access to Women’s Reproductive Health, the journal launched by the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research in 2014, is available to all SMCR members. To become a member of the society or to obtain a subscription contact info@menstruationresearch.org.  For media, submission, and other inquires about the journal contact editor Joan C. Chrisler at jcchr@conncoll.edu.   Guest Post...
Exploring menstrual shame, embodiment, and the parameters of premenstrual distress

Exploring menstrual shame, embodiment, and the parameters of premenstrual distress

Concurrent sessions on Saturday, June 6th explore unique cultural experiences of menstruation and delve into the parameters of premenstrual distress at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at The Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights, June 4-6, 2015, Suffolk University, Boston. Strekkja (stretch, flexible) Original artwork by Magdalena Margrét. Used with permission. Culture...
How do women’s menstrual beliefs impact their contraceptive decision-making?

How do women’s menstrual beliefs impact their contraceptive decision-making?

I’m looking forward to chairing this panel presentation exploring the intersections of contraception and menstrual health beliefs on Friday morning, June 5th, at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at The Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights, June 4-6, 2015, Suffolk University, Boston.  The conference theme is Menstrual Health and Reproductive Justice: Human...
State of Wonder–Part 1: Wondering about missing menstrual mentions in literature

State of Wonder–Part 1: Wondering about missing menstrual mentions in literature

In her novel State of Wonder Ann Patchett explores, among many broad themes, the question: What if there were a drug women could take to extend menstruation and fertility into their seventies? Not evident on the dust jacket, this storyline grabbed the attention of this menstrual cycle advocate. Set mainly in the jungle of Brazil, the novel revolves around the...
Male Menopause, Andropause and now “Manopause”?

Male Menopause, Andropause and now “Manopause”?

August 18, 2014 cover of TIME magazine By now, everyone has probably seen this week’s TIME cover story. The magazine’s August 18th cover photo showed a topless, seemingly frumpy, middle-aged man worried about his loss of testosterone and (therefore) manhood under the title, “Manopause?! Aging, Insecurity and the $2 Billion Testosterone Industry”. The cover story details the booming...
Save the Date! The Next Great Menstrual Health Con

Save the Date! The Next Great Menstrual Health Con

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