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I started the campaign in May 2016, when I was in my final months of uni.
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I’m not sure what inspired me exactly, but I think I just felt a NEEDED to do something. I had found out that there was no guaranteed way to access sanitary products if you couldn’t afford them and I guess I just thought I could give fixing that a go.
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I mean the absolute dream is for the campaign not to exist. I feel that we should be working towards the government providing access to sanitary products as they’re a NECESSITY and not everyone can afford them. So, hopefully in a years time we won’t exist! However, if we’re still going then I hope we’re expanding into other cities… ooo who knows!?
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Is it really cringe if I say my mum? My mum is 100% my biggest inspiration because she gets shit done but also doesn’t get caught up in the little things. So, I will stress about the tiniest thing and my mum will just be like, “ahh fuck it, you’ll be ok.” I’m inspired by so many cool and amazing women but I have really really amazing friends, who are clever and funny and so kind. Obviously I would ride and die all day long for Sarah Silverman and Malala Yousafzai, in no particular order. They are equal queens in my eyes.
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If you only read two books in your life then they must be Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn and A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini. Honestly, those books changed my life. I only really watch true crime documentaries, so I don’t know how great my recommendations are on that front – although if you have a need to really cry then watch Dear Zachary and DM me about it. I hear good things about the new film The Trip, and my all time fave film is Die Hard and I’m not even ashamed of it.
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I just want an open discussion and an honest dialogue. I want companies to stop using words like ‘whisper’ and ‘discrete’ and I want people to acknowledge that there are a million different experiences of menstruation.
7. What would you tell your younger self about periods?
I would tell myself that it doesn’t look like lip tint and that I wont ever leak onto my chair in class.
8. What helps you most when you’re on your period?
I cramp really badly and it aches all the way down into my ankles. I also have to poo constantly, to the point that it gets in the way of living my normal life.
9. Anything you’d like to add?
I am so grateful to have the team on board. We’re going to achieve amazing things together and everyone should WATCH THIS SPACE <3