For most of human history, women's reproductive cycles–and specifically their periods–were left to girls and women to discuss in hushed circles, segregated sex education classrooms or not at all. And for the most part, it’s been up to girls and women to handle their periods quietly, discreetly and alone.
However, 2015 was declared the Year of the Period by National Public Radio with stories about menstruation making headlines.
This short documentary looks at the recent activism surrounding "menstrual equity" and what smashing the taboo around periods might mean for all of us.
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