It is estimated that between 80,000 and 85,000 chemicals are in use in the environment in the United States, yet only about 200 of these chemicals have been thoroughly tested for safety. Of those chemicals that have been tested, most have been evaluated only for their acute impacts to adult males in industrial settings. The chemical exposure routes and health impacts on women – especially girls, women of color and women of reproductive age – are different and have historically been largely overlooked. Learn more.
Women across the nation who are getting together to raise awareness about the hazards of hidden and harmful chemicals in menstrual care products — and, what’s more, are taking action to break down policies and practices that put your health at risk. Learn more!