How do we define “periods”? What does it mean to destigmatize them?
Join us online to listen to a lecture by [email protected] and participate in a discussion about what we can do now to end period stigma by 2030!
This is an online event in collaboration with [email protected] Tokyo
Even under covid-19, events by the Gender & Sexuality Center don’t get cancelled, and neither do periods and period stigma. It’s time to end period stigma around the world!
More info about MH day and [email protected]/ Period. Organization is below
PERIOD. Leading the Menstrual Movement.
【Date】Thursday, May 28th 15:00~16:30
【Eligibility】Students and Anyone Interested in Menstrual Hygiene Issues
【Registration】sign up here to participate
This event will mainly be held in English. 本イベントは主に英語で開催いたします。
【Host】 Waseda University Gender and Sexuality Center and co-organized by [email protected]
Periods don’t stop for pandemics. Neither do we. The rainbow flag for LGBTQ+ rights. The red ribbon for the fight against HIV/AIDS. Visual symbols have the power to catalyze social change.
The Menstruation Bracelet is the global symbol for menstruation and MH Day. Show your support by sharing this post, or make your own bracelet and post an image of you wearing it. Together, we can create a world in which no woman or girl is held back because of her period by 2030. #ItsTimeForAction