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Journal Articles

Babbar, K., Martin, J., Varanasi, P., & Avendaño, I. (2023). Inclusion means everyone: standing up for transgender and non-binary individuals who menstruate worldwide. The Lancet Regional Health, 13, 100177–100177.

Cardoso, L. F., Scolese, A. M., Hamidaddin, A., & Gupta, J. (2021). Period poverty and mental health implications among college-aged women in the United States. BMC Women’s Health, 21(1), 14–14.

Hawkes, S., Kedia, S., Odunga, S., & Dahal, M. (2023). From flowers to menstrual-flow trackers: the corporatisation of women’s equality and wellbeing. The Lancet, 402(10396), 88–90.

Rao, A. (2023). Tackling Menstrual Poverty: A Substantive Equality Approach to the Right to Education. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 25(4).

Rossouw, L., & Ross, H. (2021). Understanding Period Poverty: Socio-Economic Inequalities in Menstrual Hygiene Management in Eight Low- and Middle-Income Countries. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(5), 2571–.

Sommer, M., & Mason, D. J. (2021). Period Poverty and Promoting Menstrual Equity. JAMA Health Forum, 2(8), e213089–e213089.

Zimlich, R. (2022). How you can combat period poverty. Contemporary Ob/gyn, 67(10), 28–29.