In this article I explore period tracking apps from a feminist perspective. I argue that through the designs and data collection they reflect and perpetuate, even if unintentionally, heteronormative notions of gender and sexuality.
As a young Colombian professional working in Germany, I have seen at first sight the unequal structures of professional networks that lower opportunities based on race biases, and would like to do my part to fuel a needed discussion.
Two individual book reviews Kris Kraus’ “I Love Dick” (1997) and Max Blecher’s “Adventures in Immediate Irreality” (1936). Two seemingly unrelated book reviews aim to illustrate the normalisation of misogyny in mainstream culture by the Pink Papayas.
Period poverty is a prevalent problem in Hungary – hundreds of menstruating people, mostly young girls and women suffer from it. However, it’s not an issue that has sparked a political debate or media sensation.