On this episode of the ZuLoo Pōōdcast we’re joined again by the founder and CEO of the World Toilet Organization, Dr. Jack Sim. This time, Jack takes us on a tour of women’s menstrual health and how women throughout the world manage menstruation. We also spend time in shock as we learn about the art of painting with menstrual blood.
Facts and Sidenotes
- Many students in Puerto Rico suffer from menstrual injustice. Here’s how activists want to help (TheLily)
- Product spotlight: Pixie Cup Every cup purchased is one cup donated.
- You can use menstrual blood to fertilize your plants.
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