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I didn’t think I would weigh in on the Lena Dunham controversy this time. I did almost a year ago, the last time she made headlines for her comments on endometriosis. I pleaded with my community to be compassionate; to listen to her and to see our own stories reflected in her struggles to find … Continue reading It’s Not About Lena Dunham’s Choice; It Never Has Been
The next 700 words will explain why we need to listen to Lena Dunham, even if we don’t want to. Lena Dunham is a polarizing figure. Love her or hate her, the choice is yours, but you need to listen carefully to what she is saying right now about endometriosis. Those of us in the … Continue reading 700 words on why you need to listen to Lena Dunham
This is at times the most important way to fight back that gives such a big return, especially in the moments where we feel utterly powerless. We will be registering!
Ribbons. Marches. 5Ks. T-shirts. Tweets. Facebook posts. Articles. Listicles. The flurry of activity that occurs around any disease during its awareness month, week, or day, is supposed to highlight an illness. We turn our Facebook profile pictures a shade of pink, purple, or in our case, yellow. We add a ribbon, or throw on a … Continue reading Endometriosis Awareness Month has ended. Has anything changed?
We are excited to announce our first campaign to raise funds for excision in order to make this surgery accessible to all! For those of us who have had this specific type of operation, we know what a game changer it can be for our quality of life. Data show that women who have excision … Continue reading CauseVox Campaign for Excision Funds