A Miami-based activist and organizer tells us why she decided to push for legislation in Florida to ensure incarcerated women have the menstrual hygiene supplies they need.Read More
This week we talk to Rayka Zehtabchi, the director of the short documentary “Period. End of Sentence.”Read More
Many women suffer from pain around their periods. We provide insight into ways we can better understand our bodies and find answers and solutions.Read More
In this episode with healer and shaman Jacqueline Rolandelli, we discuss how the patriarchy has disconnected women from their truth, and explore how to reconnect to our cycles, our wombs and Mother Earth.Read More
We speak to Nadya Okamoto, co-founder of the non-profit PERIOD.org, about her goals for the so-called ‘Menstrual Movement,’ why Gen Z is at the forefront of the change and how to get involved.
Join us for a short meditation to help you relax and recharge.
We explore how simple acts of R&R can aid in our menstrual cycles and overall well-being. And we give you plenty of ideas and inspiration to up your self-care game now − just in time for the holidays.
Just 100 years ago, getting a period often meant shock, bewilderment and an old rag in your panties. From pads to tampons to the pill, we’ve come a long way.
In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, we share a first period story from a listener in New York.Read More
When a listener asks us for advice on how to handle a voracious appetite and sugar cravings before her period, we roll up our sleeves.Read More
The Flow Down’s first interviewee is a badass ‘free bleeding’ marathon runner (and a fellow Pisces).Read More
We re-live our awkward pre-teen days and share stories about our first periods.Read More
We discuss why we think it’s important to start a conversation about periods.Read More
Hi, we’re Stef and Jess, the creators of The Flow Down, a podcast all about periods.Read More