Menstrual magazine Period! is available in a Dutch and an English edition. Those two versions are broadly the same. However, there are also some differences.
In the English edition you’ll find, for example, more articles about educational projects in developing areas. It also features more politically tinted guest blogs from readers. That’s because themes such as menstrual poverty, tampon tax, or the outrage about the fact that ingredient lists for menstrual products still aren’t legally required, have been in play in other countries for much longer.
Logically, you’ll also find other titles in the lists of books, podcasts, films, educational materials, etc. Good to know: all articles and overviews are regularly updated. It may therefore happen that you’ll find current information in an article from a few years ago. If that’s the case, you’ll find the date of the latest update at the bottom of the article.
Long story short: on Period! you’ll find answers to every possible question about the menstrual cycle, in every category. Whether it’s in English or Dutch. Like to keep track of Period!? Then follow us on social media too:
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