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Dear everyone at Gladrags, I used Gladrags for years and years and I just wanted to thank you all for your wonderful products. I am post-menopausal now and coming to another milestone in life. I moved to care for my parents and have just buried my mother (2nd parent to pass away). I am moving back home to Washington state and I am needing to pare down my stuff. I find it hard to get rid of my Gladrags. They were such a nurturing part of having my period. Instead of some big corporate-made, throw away product, they were these soft, colorful, effective products that supported me over and over and over. They were also a part of such positivity around menstruation. Im not sure in general how young women feel about caring for themselves with their menstrual cycles these days, but during my life things changed from experiencing a lot of secrecy and shame around t hem to more openness and appreciation for our bodies and the natural yet magical processes that they go through. Using Gladrags really helped nurture this in me and helped me nurture myself in the process of managing my menstrual cycles for so many years. Thank you so, so much for the products and all that you do. - Cheryl M.
Apr 11, 2019
These numbers might be too big to grasp. So try this: For one year, carry with you a bag that contains all your used menstrual products. Bet it becomes pretty easy to grasp then. #ditchthedisposables
Apr 10, 2019
What does it mean to "use business as a force for good"? It means meeting the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability as a certified B Corporation. It's how we do business. It's how we do life. It's just ... how we do.
Apr 9, 2019
The only way to avoid the landfill is to refuse items bound for landfill, and instead use reusable products that are designed to stay out of it.