Red Moon - Menstruation, Culture & the Politics of Gender

Red Moon - Menstruation, Culture & the Politics of Gender
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Andy

Feminism back then, the pill empower us.
Feminism now, the pill enslave us.
Even in this documentary you find contradictions, first you have the political view how the US government exploited
the facts with studies, women should work, women should stay home, PMS is not an ...Read more

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Hom

This should be taught in every school to all girls to stop feeling ashamed and embrace menstruation as a natural change (birth to a new you! as the film says) :)

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Damaris

Loved it, every woman that menstruates should watch this

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Leigh

I love this film!

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