MENSTRUATION MATTERS

Pursuing menstrual justice for women in prison

A Feminist Psychological Scientist’s Musings on Evidence-Based Menstrual Justice Advocacy By Tomi-Ann Roberts, PhD My research explores the relationships between sexual objectification, self-objectification and negative attitudes toward women’s bodily selves, including menstruation. Currently, I am working with a civil rights law firm to provide an expert report to a judge in a case involving dehumanizing, degrading treatment of incarcerated...

Mainstreaming Menstruation: A Scholar’s Journey to Advocacy and Education

#SMCR2015 Plenary Session Video Presentation Mainstreaming the Flow: (Still) Selling My Soul to Start the Conversation Keynote Address by Tomi-Ann Roberts, PhD, to the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, Friday, June 5th, 2015, Boston, MA “I want to bring menstruation out of the closet.” In this presentation Tomi-Ann Roberts, a professor of psychology at Colorado...
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