Please enjoy the Menstruality Resources, Articles and links.  We hope they inspire you to delve deeper into understanding, supporting and nourishing Cyclical Living to Transform Your Life. 
  • Victorian Women's Trust - Menstrual Workplace Policy.
    Experiences of menstruation and menopause can be very debilitating, yet we have been enculturated to mask their existence in the workplace, at schools and at home. This policy supports employees in their ability to adequately self-care during their period and menopause, while not being penalised by having to deplete their sick leave. Periods and menopause are not a sickness after all. This policy also seeks to remove the stigma and taboo surrounding menstruation and menopause. We invite you to check it out and introduce this into your workplace.

  • Menstrual health: a definition for policy, practice, and research
    The term “menstrual health” has seen increased use across advocacy, programming, policy, and research, but has lacked a consistent, self-contained definition.

  • Share the Dignity - The Bloody Big Survey Report
    On a mission to end period poverty in Australia they know that in order to do so a multi-pronged approach is required. The need to get period products into the hands of those that are unable to afford them, but also the importance of removing the shame and stigma associated with menstruation. The Bloody Big Survey has helped to collect data that will be used to change the conversation and smash the shame and stigma around periods, and importantly, affect lasting change in ensuring that all Australians have access to education around menstruation and period products when they need them.

  • The Conversation - Why are girls missing out
    3 out of 10 girls skip class because of painful periods. And most won’t talk to their teacher about it. More than one-third of young women in a nationwide survey said they missed at least one class, either at school or university, in the past three months due to menstrual symptoms, including pain and fatigue.