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VAT, Period Poverty, and Menstrual Stigma

by Hannah Froom In 1973, the UK Government applied a VAT rate of 17.5% to menstrual products.[1] In 2001, the government […]

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Something Worth Staying In For …

…. OK, maybe we don’t have much choice about that at the moment. But if you have to stay indoors, […]

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Seminar Series Now Live!

We are excited to announce that you can now register for our seminar series on ‘Gender, Subjectivity, and “Everyday Health” […]

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Stories of my Birth: Remembering, Researching, and Relearning

Written by Kate Mahoney, with Louise Mahoney Last year, I conducted research on the women’s health activist Jean Robinson. Robinson […]

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Black British Women’s Magazines

British women’s magazines are one of the source bases for our research on the Body, Self and Family project. They […]

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