Blog posts

March 04, 2024
A College Partnership: Femly is coming to University of South Florida!

Big news is on the horizon, and it's all about making life on campus a whole lot breezier for the menstruating folks at the University of South Florida (USF) in...

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Student Life: Femly at St. Johns University Law School

Empowering Change: Femly's Journey with St. Johns University Law School In a significant stride towards promoting period equity and accessibility, Femly is thrilled to announce our partnership with St. Johns...

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Period Equity: Increasing student access to period products suppoorts an inclusive economy

Femly's involvement with schools goes beyond just providing products. We engage in educational workshops and discussions about menstrual health, empowering students with knowledge and resources. These sessions have opened up...

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Texas Passes Law To Remove The Tampon Tax

The Texas law removing the tampon tax is a significant step toward gender equality and women's empowerment.

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Hormonal Acne and Hyperpigmentation: Understanding, Treating, and Supporting Hormonal Balance Naturally

Hormonal acne can be a pain to deal with but a healthy lifestyle that includes organic pads like Femly can be a game-changer for your wellness routine!

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Here's How To Advocate For Feminine Hygiene At Your Workplace or School

As society becomes more aware of the importance of sustainability and eco-friendliness, it is becoming increasingly important for businesses and organizations to make environmentally conscious decisions. One area that often...

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Some Women Are Ditching Hormonal Birth Control: Here's What You Need To Know

"Women are deciding against using hormonal birth control options. Some women find that the side effects they experience are too harsh, while others opt for a hormone-free option like condoms."

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Black and Pregnant? Here's What You Should Ask Your Doctor!

"Whether you are delivering in a hospital, birth center, or at home, you deserve a safe birth. Now (not when labor starts) is the time for you to ask the...

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Black Women Are Finally Talking About Their Periods & We're Here For It!

"With so many reproductive ailments affecting Black women coupled with difficulties in getting the proper diagnosis for complaints, talking about our periods and related symptoms can be therapeutic and help...

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