By Sami Sharfin
Our Instagram feed is FILLED with period positivity. But what about other badass accounts covering the same topics? We’ve created a list of 15 accounts with a wide range of menstruation content that you should follow ASAP!
- @goauntflow. Duh! This one is a shameless plug, obviously.
- @feminist. Rooted in intersectional feminism, this account covers topics from self care to voting rights. Plus, a LOT of content normalizing and celebrating body hair.
- @menstrupedia. Memes, memes and more memes about menstruation. Not to mention this account created the first Indian comic book on menstruation. Check it out!
- @tampons. Tbh, I don’t think we’ve seen a better handle. Serving period realness through hilarious content, this account is almost too relatable.
- @periodequity. Looking for the latest #taxfreeperiod laws and policies? If so, this account is for you.
- @headexplodie. Annie Wong is an artist who creates stop motion animation, GIFs, illustrations and sculptures with menstruation as her muse. Her project “Ovary Actions” can be seen in this Teen Vogue article.
- @bloodygoodperiod. With over 100 partners across Wales and England, Bloody Good Period shares a bunch of resources in order to provide menstrual products for those seeking asylum, refugees and those who experience period poverty.
- @missionred. This account is committed to ending period stigma, one IG post at a time.
- @alwaysassumeblood. Did someone say content covering body positivity AND menstrual pride? Say less.
- @menstrualhealthhub. Amazing nonprofit focused on creating systemic change around topics of menstruation. #menstruationmatters, right?!
- @thisisatampon. Run by Sabrina Browne, Flaviana Matata and Crystal Etienne, these three women are committed to providing resources within their St. Louis community and highlighting the particular risk that Black and Brown women face for experiencing period poverty. Not to mention that this account’s aesthetic is EVERYTHING.
- @periodmovement. Totally rad global nonprofit organization created to end stigma around periods and bring awareness to the issue of period poverty. Their newsreel and policy highlights will keep you informed on all things menstruation.
- @menstruationmagazine. This gallery of pics encompasses what it’s like to be a menstruator. We’re seriously OBSESSED with some of the art on this account.
- @relatedtoperiod. Need a good laugh? This community account provides super funny content, all related to periods.
- @ourcodered. Serving underrepresented menstruators in shelters all over. Take a look at this account for some great graphics and stats that you absolutely need in your feed.
Now that you’ve seen our feed, check out our period positive BLOG! You won’t regret it 😉