Episode 65 - Interviews from a Menstruation Conference!

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On this week's episode of The Crimson Wave your hosts Jess Beaulieu and Natalie Norman travel to Boston to attend The 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research at the Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights. While they were there they did a live podcast recording with Chris Bobel, a co-chair of the conference and Jax Gonzales, an organizer of the conference who both shared period sex stories. They also spoke to sex educator Lucy Madeline, ceremonialist Giuliana Serena, authors Sheryl Mendlinger and Yael Magen, owner and director of Sustainable Menstruation Australia Rosie Sheba, doula Iris Josephina, comedy writer Chella Quint, and the ladies at Lunette Cup Heli Kurjanen, Caron Rohman, and Cathy Chapman. They discuss #periods #menstruation #menstrualcups #pregnancy #sex #condoms #syncingup #leaking and other wonderul topics with each of these fantastic women!

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