Bloody Big Survey March 1st till May 31st

Thank you for taking the 2024 Bloody Big Survey

The Bloody Big Survey is now closed. Thank you so much to everyone who supported the survey to help us advocate for change. The findings will be released in August 2024. 

So, what did we find out?

We've got experts analysing this huge amount of data so that we can put together the most comprehensive report on the experiences and attitudes towards menstruation.

Our report will be made available in August 2024. If you want to be amongst the first to recieve the findings, pop your details down below and we'll send the 2024 Bloody Big Survey report straight to your email address!

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The data we need
to advocate for the change we deserve.

Share the Dignity has committed to running the Bloody Big Survey every three years to monitor the changing attitudes and experiences of periods in Australia.

2024 marks our second Bloody Big Survey, in which we will be analysing the physical, social and financial impacts of menstruation and whether period poverty rates have risen since 2021. 

Thank you to the 153,619 people who took the Bloody Big Survey

Thank you to the following organisations for supporting the 2024 Bloody Big Survey

2021 Bloody Big Survey

A Quick Overview

The Bloody Big Survey provides us with the evidence-based data we need to advocate for change. It proves the social, personal and financial impact of menstruation on Australians and is, to date, the largest body of data in the world on Menstruation!

Find out how period poverty effects Australians in our 2021 Bloody Big Survey Report

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Period Poverty Stats Make National Headlines

The 2021 Bloody Big Survey findings have been featured in a wide variety of news outlets as we work to create change, destigmatise menstruation and educate about the realities of period poverty.

Read the 2021 results!

Pop your details down below and we'll send the 2021 Bloody Big Survey report straight to your email address!

About the 2021 report

The Bloody Big Survey was run online using Typeform software and was comprised of 28 questions. It was conducted from 1 March to 31 May 2021, with a total of 125,205 respondents. The data was cleansed and analysed by the dedicated team at WhyHive, and the analysis was written by Dr Jane Connory of Swinburne University of Technology. 

The average respondent was a woman aged between 32 and 40 who lived in Victoria, worked full-time and identified as non-religious. 

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