Period positivity starts with asking questions.
This informative, irreverent and absorbing book covers all your period-related questions - why they're taboo (and needn't be) and how to navigate the whole bleeding thing, from first periods to fertility, euphemisms to uteruses, menstrual products to menopause.
Period Positive movement founder and menstrual researcher Chella Quint's answers are frank, funny and fascinating.
Let's get period positive. It's about bloody time.
Chella Quint is a designer, writer, performer and one of the UK's top experts on menstruation education. Brooklyn-born and now based in Sheffield, she is the founder of the Period Positive movement, an initiative challenging taboos and fighting period poverty, and advises governments on menstruation-inclusive policy through the Period Positive Pledge. Chella has appeared in national print media and on radio and worked with charities such as Plan UK and WaterAid. A founding member of the Menstruation Research Network and a member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, she is currently researching a PhD.
Dr Shehnaaz Jivraj (medical consultant) is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at the Jessop Wing of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, and a consultant at Yorkshire Fertility and Menopause Solutions. She holds a position as honorary senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield and has authored several papers and book chapters on the subject of female reproductive health.