Who are they?
Petri is my friend, flatmate and a self-taught web design genius. He very graciously helped me get this site up and running. Check out his blog on web design here.
MenstrualCup.co is a wonderful site hosted by a super sweet human called Mandana. In her own words: "I wanted to make this site a portal of information for all the menstrual cup brands available on the market today." You can compare the products in terms of sizes, colors, prices and country of origin and buy them straight from the online shop.
The Period Blog is a global reference and resource for girls and women of all ages to learn about their bodies, periods, and ovulation. They feature in-depth feminine hygiene product reviews, photos, tutorials, and diagrams, along with educational articles on topics such as Anatomy, Beginner’s Guide to Periods, Girl Code, and STIs & other infections. They also have a whole page dedicated to people sharing their period stories! The site was founded in 2011 by an awesome human called Dedy Wong, who is also the editor-in-chief.
Saphira is a 17-year-old Youtuber who makes videos about a variety of things – including periods! What a brave and funny young woman she is. Check out her channel!
Menstrupedia aims to deliver informative and entertaining content through different media to help girls and women stay healthy and active during their periods. The site was founded by Aditi Gupta and Tuhin Paul. They've just released an educational comic book about periods and you can read the first chapter for free here. For more info, watch their TEDx talk!
Be Prepared Period is a great website for all things period. They have just about everything to help you with your monthly visitor: a shop, a blog, period stories(!), webinars, Q&As, tweet chats and more! The site is designed especially to help parents and their teenagers celebrate the transition to womanhood.
Lunette is a socially and ecologically conscious Finnish menstrual cup brand. It's headquartered in the small rural community of Juupajoki. The Lunette vision is to make the menstrual cup a mainstream product – all over the world.