When the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the U.S, our inboxes started to flood with messages from people needing help.
In most states menstrual products are not sales tax-exempt, a category primarily reserved for food, prescription medications, and other "necessities of life."
During a hearing on a bill to make free tampons, sanitary pads and menstrual cups a right for Maine's female prisoners, Republican lawmaker Richard Pickett of Dixfield said that risked turning prisons into country clubs.
A city council in England issued guidelines to teachers of sexual-education courses that young students should be taught "all genders" can get their period.
The girl's family survived the cyclone by hiding in their home next to the hut.
Will other brands follow suit and ditch the mysterious blue liquid for good?
She hopes her story will help others avoid the same suffering.
On the eve of her third annual SlutWalk march, model Amber Rose stars in a new PSA to raise awareness about the tampon tax.
Before millennial women started launching organic tampon companies, Kenneth Alvandi founded Maxim to offer women 100 percent organic tampons, pads and liners.
Study of menstrual cycle indicates hormones do not impair women's cognitive abilities.
Women are choosing contraceptives that lessen or cease their monthly bleed.
Roshani Tiruwa was forbidden from sleeping in the family home because she was on her period.
While studying lions in Zambia, biologist Thandiwe Mweetwa noticed synchronised estrus cycles.
Women are still routinely left out of sports medicine research because they menstruate, argue a group of scientists.
Lindy West is both bold and vulnerable in her new memoir that skewers fat shaming, period stigma and harassment.
Michelle Obama's Let Girls Learn initiative could be the perfect vehicle to create change for girls' education.