We’re replaying the Best of Heavy Flow while we’re on hiatus over the summer! Subscribe to Heavy Flow on your favourite podcast player and sign-up for my weekly newsletter to get new episodes when we’re back in the fall.
Today on the show I’m talking to Cindy Luquin, reproductive justice activist and fertility coach, about the intersection of race, culture and fertility awareness, reproductive health and justice.
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This episode of Heavy Flow is supported by Justisse Holistic Reproductive Health Practioner Vienna Farlow, aka The Cuntsultant.
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What we discussed:
Cindy’s experience with the pill
Fibroids, cysts and generational trauma
Menstrual health in the Latinx community
The pill’s indigneous roots
Access and reproductive justice
“Intersectionality” vs Navigating different worlds
The power of storytelling and building the generational gap
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
Taking Charge of Your Fertility
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Produced by: TK Matunda
Music credit: Julia and Bradley of Home Studios
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