We're working to end the shame and stigma that surrounds periods
Gone are the days of whispering that you need a tampon, keeping your period pain a secret or hiding pads under a loaf of bread in your trolley.
We menstruate. Get over it.
Share the Dignity is on a mission to end the shame and stigma that surrounds periods because if we can't comfortably talk about periods, we can't address period poverty. We need to accurately understand the shame people who menstruate experience and how it can impact their lives.
That's why we conducted a bloody big survey on menstruation.
Thank you to U By Kotex who donated 10,000 packets of pads to Share the Dignity to distribute to women and girls in need.
We had 125,205 people respond to the survey so that the data can make a real on-the-ground difference.
The data has been crunched, and the Period Pride Report: Bloody Big Survey Findings is live.
We've worked with a diverse group of people to better understand how they view their period. We know that storytelling is powerful and these pairs let their guards down and spoke honestly and openly about their menstruation experiences.
Period Pride Assets
Download the assets and help us spread awareness on what Period Pride is and how we can work together to end the stigma around menstruation.
We'd love to see you share your story about your period or how you showcase your #PeriodPride.
We want to spark the conversation around periods, but that isn't always easy. When something is taboo, like periods, it can be hard to know where to start this conversation. That's why we created these conversation starter cards to help you with questions about menstruation. The cards have been designed for different scenarios, for kids and parents, partners and friends, and for mates who don't menstruate. Download the cards and spark a conversation today!
Showcase your #PeriodPride by printing out our sign to hold in photos. Tag us on socials if you use it, we love sharing your pictures!