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Periods. They can happen anywhere, at any time. They can happen to you or near you, whether it’s a flying tampon on the train or your own stained pair of white pants.
But when we talk about periods, we talk a lot about the downsides. What if we talked about the upsides? The best periods? The interesting periods? The ones that interacted with our lives in some unexpected way? Talking about periods is so often a taboo. What if it wasn’t?
Periods affect our lives profoundly, and in millions of different ways. The stories we tell should reflect that. For many people in the world, periods relate strongly to the country they live in, their position in society, and what they are able to achieve with their lives. For others, like women who don’t get periods, or people who used to get periods, menstruation is significant in other ways.
As Clue prepares to launch a content series featuring global stories about menstruation, we are hosting an evening to allow space in real life for diverse stories, from diverse contexts.
Come if you’ve got a story in mind, or come just to watch—but come ready to listen, laugh, and share.
We’re aiming to provide a safe space for stories from people of color, trans and nonbinary folks, folks in the LGBT community, people of different abilities, and anyone else whose stories are not told enough in white Western contexts.
Questions? Ideas? Reach out to us directly here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
6pm – Doors open
6:30pm – Storytelling begins
7:30pm – Intermission
8:45pm – Final storyteller
Free entry, first come, first serve.
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The doors will open 15 minutes before show time.
Please enjoy a drink at the bar before and after the show! (It’s how we keep the doors open.)
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