Once a month we bleed.
Once a month we have hormonal swings.
We ovulate once a month.
We live in a cycle and it's time to celebrate it.
We are millions, we are a community, we are the flow of change.
A positive change, for us, for the planet and for every moment of the cycle. For us: It's always a good period.
it is for the teenagers ,
because for us menarche and periods are not taboo.
It is for our Earth ,
because a sanitary pad cannot be recycled, panties can be reused.
It is for our seas ,
because we are made of fabric and not plastic.
It is throughout the cycle ,
because we take care of it at every stage.
It's always a good period. Period.
What does " menstrual intelligence " mean and why is it important to develop it? It's about all that set of information that allows us to be aware of what happens to our body and our emotions , even on a more subtle and energetic level, throughout the cycle. Knowing each other also allows us to anticipate ourselves and be better able to manage the changes we experience every month. Developing menstrual intelligence therefore means acquiring power and living in harmony with one's cycle , transforming this knowledge into habits , which become our daily life.
From the ovulatory phase , in which the uterus prepares to welcome a possible pregnancy, up to menstruation , in which the uterus releases blood mixed with the endometrium to renew itself and prepare for the next flow: this is all a cycle. A continuous metamorphosis that can be experienced with awareness and harmony. Menstrual intelligence is that knowledge of the individual that brings about change for the whole world.
Fluyda is a community dedicated to the menstrual cycle. But it's not just women who experience it. Many non-binary people menstruate. Many transgender people menstruate. Many intersex people menstruate. And that's why Fluyda has chosen to be fluid. This is why we talk about Edu-Queer education: addressing anyone with periods, disseminating the topic, but without forgetting anyone.
- celebrate and consciously experience the cycle in each of its phases
- break down the taboos around the menstrual cycle
- talk about the cycle in every place in society
- protect the seas and the environment with sustainable products. But for real
If it is true that what each of us does is a drop in the ocean, we are so many that together we form the ocean. Join us. Join the flow.
We are tired of seeing blue blood. We are tired of hearing about "my things". When we talk about the menstrual cycle, we want to see, hear, read the truth. This is why we always use the right terms to talk about what we do. Without beating about the bush. Blood is blood. And it's red. Menstruation is menstruation, not a phantom baron.