Dreaded time of the month: Homeless Period Liverpool talks to The Vaginalogue

The Vaginalogue interviews Natalie Denny, founder of Homeless Period Liverpool. It's that time of the month. Your Fairy Clot Mother comes to visit. Uncomfortable for any woman, but, could you imagine not having sanitary items during that time at all? This is the harsh reality for many homeless women across the world. We caught up … Continue reading Dreaded time of the month: Homeless Period Liverpool talks to The Vaginalogue

To the Moon and Back: A Mooncup Adventure

Written by Jessica Beare. As an environmentalist and a person who travels, the menstrual cup is something that I had been considering for quite a while before I bit the bullet and got one. I had been a tampon girl, the ease of just sticking them up there and forgetting for a couple of hours was … Continue reading To the Moon and Back: A Mooncup Adventure

“And before I knew it, my cervix fell out”: Introducing The Vaginalogue

Written by Kate Menear. And before I knew it, my cervix fell out... Well, not exactly. But, not not exactly either. But 'ectropian cervix' doesn't have quite the same ring to it, nor is it at all clickbaity enough for this kind of blog. Let me explain. Have you ever been confused about the mechanics … Continue reading “And before I knew it, my cervix fell out”: Introducing The Vaginalogue

The Perils of Double Dipping: Toxic Shock Syndrome in the Modern Age

Written by Rebecca Clarke. In a discussion with the lovely Kate Menear last week we estimated that a woman will use approx. 6,048 tampons over the course of her menstrual lifetime. That’s calculated at 2 tampons a day over a 6-day period, twelve times a year from the age of 13 to 55. So, by … Continue reading The Perils of Double Dipping: Toxic Shock Syndrome in the Modern Age