Freedom4Girls are excited to announce the publishing of the ‘A Letter to My Younger Self’ Book With over 40 contributions from women of all ages, backgrounds, interests and experiences, Freedom4Girls has created ‘A Letter to My Younger Self,’ a book that explores the experiences of amazing women from all over
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This March, we’re delighted to have been invited to take part in the charity poll on My Favourite Voucher Codes, a Bath based website that helps their users to save money while raising funds for charity. We’re up for winning 20% of the site’s profits, and we need your help!
It is without doubt that the secrecy and stigma surrounding women’s menstruation unfortunately still persists in our society today. Starting at school age, the taboo about periods prevents it from being an openly talked about subject; rather in many communities it is still thought of as an uncomfortable topic of conversation, even ‘dirty’.
25th July. 33°C. The hottest day of the year. Dozens of incredible folk from Dog Eat Dog, a London-based production company, gave up their time in the sweltering heat to shoot a short film for us, raising awareness of period poverty and the work of Freedom4Girls.