Murdering Feminine Hygiene. Part two: Tampons

  In part one of this topic I explained why I despise the phrase and the practice of feminine hygiene. In short, the phrase is gendered and sexist – there’s no equivalent phrase for men such as ‘masculine hygiene’ – and feminine hygiene usually denotes unnecessary activities solely pertaining to one’s vagina. I examined hormonal …

Religious and Secular Activists Unite

An international effort to unite religious and secular social activists in addressing the needs of women and girls worldwide took form as a platform on “Gender Equality and Religion” established at the UN Commission on the Status of Women held in March 2017. A conglomeration of international women’s aid organizations resolved to convene discussions between religious …