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dignityVoices of Dignity: Miranda Hitchings

Voices of Dignity: Miranda Hitchings

Kia ora Miranda, what are your pronouns and can you tell us a bit about yourself?I’m Miranda, and my pronouns are she/her. I’m one of the Co-Founders of Dignity. We started Dignity five and a half ...

dignityEverything you do, I can do bleeding.

Everything you do, I can do bleeding.

Menstruators are tough. Yet, not a lot of non-menstruators know about this.Periods can be painful. Excruciating, at times. They can be debilitating, and stop you from performing not only physically...

awwaDignity's partnership with AWWA

Dignity's partnership with AWWA

Along with Oi, AWWA Period Care is Dignity’s other beloved partner.Indigenous owned and female founded, AWWA truly is an amazing brand. Their undies are made of natural, organic and recycled fibres...

end period shameDignity's partnership with Oi

Dignity's partnership with Oi

Organic Initiative (Oi) is our very first Dignity partner.Oi period care products are made of 100% certified organic cotton, come in an environmentally friendly cardboard packaging, and they are ve...

empowermentVoices of Dignity: Jo Cribb

Voices of Dignity: Jo Cribb

Kia ora Jo, what are your pronouns and can you tell us a bit about yourself?My pronoun is Dr, and I have a somewhat uncomfortable relationship with it. I like that it is gender-free and not derived...

dignityVoices of Dignity :  Tamara Buckland

Voices of Dignity : Tamara Buckland

Kia ora tamara, can you tell us a bit about yourself? Kia ora, I'm Tamara! I'm based in Te-Whanganui-a-Tara and grew up in the beautiful Hawkes Bay. I'm the Chief Visionary Officer at BloomHQ, a pe...