Everyone deserves to live in a healthy and safe environment. That environment includes where you live, work, play, and pray. We reject and actively push back against racist rhetoric, actions, policies and institutional oppression that leads to state-sanctioned brutality, gun violence, and harm that again and again assaults communities of color. We are committed to working for justice and equity, and are in solidarity with social, racial, and environmental justice organizations to build community, understanding and honest dialogue to address the root causes of violence, harm and hate.

Meet Miah

Meet Miah.

Every day, like you, Miah is exposed to hundreds of different chemicals — from those in the products used to clean our homes and bodies, to the pesticides sprayed in our schools, offices, gardens and playgrounds. And unfortunately, many of these chemicals are linked to serious health impacts like cancer, infertility, asthma and more.

Our health is already impacted by where we work, where we live, what we eat, our access to information, resources, quality of affordable healthcare, as well as our gender, race, income and more. And the added unnecessary exposure from everyday products is further harming the health of our bodies, communities and planet.

This summer, Miah is learning more about where these harmful exposures are coming from, why toxic chemicals are ending up on our shelves in the first place, why WVE fights so hard for safer products — and important actions to take TODAY to take control of our health and the health of our communities.

Tune in on this webpage, or into WVE’s Instagram, Twitter & Facebook, to follow Miah and help them take action to build powerful victories for health and safety. New actions, issues and resources will be featured each week.

Together we can build a safer, healthier future for Miah and for everyone!


Toxic marketing pushing toxic products must stop. Full stop.

For resources, actions, fact sheets, studies & more on intimate care products – click here! Or sign-up for an OSOF workshop today!


Detox the Box Toolkit

Designed with feedback from members like you, use this engagement toolkit to learn more about harmful marketing and toxic ingredients in menstrual and intimate care products. Then use this tool to help you bring conversations about period health into your community! Download the Detox the Box toolkit!



Because of You, Summer’s Eve Removed Ten Toxic Ingredients!

VICTORY! Because you made calls, sent emails and rallied on their doorstep, Summer’s Eve has removed 10 toxic ingredients from their products. Unfortunately, underlying concerns with intimate care products continue to put our health at risk. Learn more.


TAKE ACTION to End Toxic Products & Marketing!

Heavily scented wipes, washes, sprays, and powders are all products marketed to make us feel like our intimate parts are dirty, stinky and instead should smell like a tropical breeze. We aren’t buying it. TAKE ACTION NOW! Tell the CEO’s of intimate care products manufacturers they must be accountable for toxic marketing and toxic products!

PERIOD HEALTH - Detox the Box

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in menstrual care products. Period.

For resources, actions, fact sheets, studies & more on menstrual care products – click here! Or sign-up for an OSOF workshop today!


Our Stories, Our Flow (OSOF) Workshops

WVE’s OSOF workshops are designed as an intentional, social, and supportive space for women, femmes, and people who have experience and/ or relationship with menstruation to hold real conversations their periods, health, and bodies. Sign up for an OSOF workshop today!



New York Become First State to Require Ingredient Disclosure of Period Products!

The law goes into effect this October 2021 — we’ll be watching closely to make sure companies comply with this new law and to keep you updated on what sort of information we find from these new transparency requirements! For more details on this law and how YOU helped make it happen, click here!


Support the Menstrual Equity for All Act – TAKE ACTION!

Shockingly, almost 1 in 4 teenagers in the U.S. report lacking access to period products. During COVID, 1 in 10 college students were unable to afford period products. Learn more and take action to support the Menstrual Equity for All Act to make period products more affordable and accessible!

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