Sex Roles (2015) 72:477–478 DOI 10.1007/s11199-015-0465-1 MEDIA REVIEW Re:Cycling. www.menstruationresearch.org/blog. Created by the members of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research leadership team. Christine Smith Published online: 2 April 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2015 The January 2013 Special Issue of Sex Roles on “Posi- within the larger cycle of life.^ While negative attitudes to- tioning Periods: Menstruation in Social Context^ had a wards menstruation are found across cultures, this blog at- number of articles addressing a myriad of issues around tempts to reconceptualize menstruation in a broad, interdisci- menstruation including stigma and taboos, menstrual plinary light. It is clear that the blog makes real attempts to suppression, and disability (Johnston-Robledo and Stubbs cover ideas and issues from a myriad of countries and cultures. 2013). For those of us interested in the topic, whether for For example, recent blog posts have focused on addressing personal or professional reasons, the perfect follow-up is menstrual taboos in Australia, menstrual education in India, Re:Cycling, the blog of The Society for Menstrual Cycle and menstrual activism in Sweden. Research (SMCR), because of the range of information The blog is monthly, and entries since the beginning of the and the variety of entries.
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