Menstruation is increasingly recognized as an issue in domestic and global public health. Menstrual cycles have not stopped during the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, period poverty — the inability to afford menstrual products — has increased as job insecurity, homelessness, and food insecurity continue to rise. There is a growing menstrual equity movement in the country to not only end period poverty but also to address menstruation education and stigma, and to ensure that people have access to health care resources, empowering a generation of unapologetic menstruators.
Love Your Menses is proud to offer various online trainings to help you learn more about menstruation and advance menstrual equity in your community. To enroll in one of our trainings, please scroll down and select an option.