The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is a collective effort according to high school educator Demi Spaccavento. Through her years as a teacher she realised that there was a gap in providing education to young adults and has made it her mission to provide fun, accessible information to change the future of period education.
In this episode Demi shares about;
Why period education is so important to young women
How communicating with teens in a fun way is essential
Why teachers aren't to blame for the gap in education
The responsibility to learn about reproductive health is collective
Period cups or what suits you and why researching is key
The most common period problems Demi hears girls complain about
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