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Women's clubs collecting feminine products in the lead up to Women's Day

It's believed more period education is needed as well 

There's a 'massive gap' for period education not just on the Island but across the world. 

That's according to a menstrual cycle coach from FEMM Collective.

Emily Todd holds educational workshops raising awareness of menstrual cycle and how it impacts ladies across the Island:

Meanwhile, Vagabonds Rugby Club is also collecting feminine products in the lead up to Women's Day. 

The women's team is looking to support women and girls in need.

Club spokesperson Ella Goodwin-Jones says period products are a necessity not a luxury:

Separately, a new campaign has recently launched which aims to make period products freely accessible on the Isle of Man to anyone who needs them.

You can find out more about the Manx Menstrual Movement HERE.

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