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Blood in the Menstrual Movement

Blood in the Menstrual Movement

Guest Post by Diana Álvarez   Image from Cup of Flow by Diana Álvarez. “Are you the girl who drank her period blood?” This was a frequent question I was asked during the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, held in June, 2015, at Suffolk University in Boston. I had the privilege of having my...
A cha cha about menstrual products, and other menstrual poetry open mic originals.

A cha cha about menstrual products, and other menstrual poetry open mic originals.

#SMCR2015 Plenary Session Video Presentation Menstrual Poetry Open Mic Menstrual educator and activist Chella Quint, center, teaches the audience the Menstrual Products Cha Cha at #SMCR2015 Open Mic. 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 concluded on Saturday night, June 6th,...

Can art change the way society thinks about menstruation?

#SMCR2015 Plenary Session Video Presentation Beyond “Menstruation Bathroom”: Stimulating Social Change Through Visualizations of Gendered Blood Can art change the way society sees, perceives and thinks about menstruation? Can visual art help expand the scope of reproductive justice in the mainstream? In this panel discussion, five artists from Widening the Cycle, the art show that ran concurrently with...

Mainstreaming Menstruation: A Scholar’s Journey to Advocacy and Education

#SMCR2015 Plenary Session Video Presentation Mainstreaming the Flow: (Still) Selling My Soul to Start the Conversation Keynote Address by Tomi-Ann Roberts, PhD, to the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, Friday, June 5th, 2015, Boston, MA “I want to bring menstruation out of the closet.” In this presentation Tomi-Ann Roberts, a professor of psychology at Colorado...
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