Part One Overseeing Your Health Did you know that 84 percent of period tracking apps share your information with third parties? The Organization for the Review of Care and Health
H. E. Riddleton is a neurodivergent poetess who, in addition to writing, searches for pretty things on the ground, learns more and more how everything is connected, works as an organizer for Bans Off Our Bodies Fort Worth, and watches Star Trek: DS9 with her partner. Her most recent publications include or are forthcoming in Fairytale Review, Snapdragon: A Journal of Love and Healing, mutiny! literary magazine, Defunct Magazine, The Autoethnographer, and About Place Journal. She is a tutor and lab assistant at her local community college. She had an abortion in Texas in July 2021.
Menstrual Mythology: Confronting Shame and Censorship to Transform the World For People Who PeriodMenstrual Mythology: Confronting Shame and Censorship to Transform the World For People Who Period
PART ONE: THE SHAME Gross, smelly, unsanitary. An inconvenience, a burden, the unspeakable. All words many of us have likely heard our periods described. How did a completely natural process
Red Mass: Amarillo, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Religious Penetration into the Legal SystemRed Mass: Amarillo, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Religious Penetration into the Legal System
It is no wonder that Greg “Piss Baby” Abbott is simultaneously restricting female body autonomy while also claiming that he is going to singlehandedly put an end to rape. The