Category Archives: Menstrual cup

A whole hour on PERIODZZZ

  Blood, blood, blood! Moist So Moist was invited to participate in a panel on Danish radio Radio24seven with very cool writer and radio personality Knud Romer and 3 mega cool feminists, Sine Cecilie Laub, Tine Byrckel and Nazila Kivi.

A whole hour on PERIODZZZ

  Blood, blood, blood! Moist So Moist was invited to participate in a panel on Danish radio Radio24seven with very cool writer and radio personality Knud Romer and 3 mega cool feminists, Sine Cecilie Laub, Tine Byrckel and Nazila Kivi.

Experiment 1 : Menstrual Ecologies

Seem while I was sleeping, I turned into an artist! Moist So Moist and Astrida Neimanis are giving a talk at Linköping University’s Gender Studies department (and I’m listed as an artist!): “The Material Agency of Menstrual Blood: Art Meets

Experiment 1 : Menstrual Ecologies

Seem while I was sleeping, I turned into an artist! Moist So Moist and Astrida Neimanis are giving a talk at Linköping University’s Gender Studies department (and I’m listed as an artist!): “The Material Agency of Menstrual Blood: Art Meets

Art Meets Science In A Menstrual Cup – Moist <3 Linköping University

    It’s official, Moist So Moist is teaming up with Astrida Neimanis and Linköping University’s Gender Studies department!

Art Meets Science In A Menstrual Cup – Moist <3 Linköping University

    It’s official, Moist So Moist is teaming up with Astrida Neimanis and Linköping University’s Gender Studies department!

What I did this summer

Moist So Moist is back! This summer I: – Relocated to Scandinavia, where I’ve spent pretty much every Saturday night drinking wine and  talking about periods – was happy to see menstrual cup debates spread across the tiny country of

What I did this summer

Moist So Moist is back! This summer I: – Relocated to Scandinavia, where I’ve spent pretty much every Saturday night drinking wine and  talking about periods – was happy to see menstrual cup debates spread across the tiny country of

Moist <3 Astrida (or, new collaborations)

Collaborations, yay! Moist So Moist will be collaborating with the fabulous Astrida Neimanis on Experiment 1 (that’s the one with the DivaCups)! Go here for a very poetic text on water authored by Astrida, who I last saw in Linkoping

Moist <3 Astrida (or, new collaborations)

Collaborations, yay! Moist So Moist will be collaborating with the fabulous Astrida Neimanis on Experiment 1 (that’s the one with the DivaCups)! Go here for a very poetic text on water authored by Astrida, who I last saw in Linkoping

Experiment 1: Preliminary project description

Moist So Moist : Experiment 1 : Aim The experiment asks what happens when a menstruator gathers the blood expelled from the body instead of disposing of it. Using a device for the collection, a menstrual cup, the experiment’s second

Experiment 1: Preliminary project description

Moist So Moist : Experiment 1 : Aim The experiment asks what happens when a menstruator gathers the blood expelled from the body instead of disposing of it. Using a device for the collection, a menstrual cup, the experiment’s second

Experiment 1: On academic research standards and feminist strategies

A couple of days ago I told you about my conversation with DivaCup. This is a bit of a follow up. A crucial point in the discussion with Diva International is that they have wanted me to supply consent forms,

Experiment 1: On academic research standards and feminist strategies

A couple of days ago I told you about my conversation with DivaCup. This is a bit of a follow up. A crucial point in the discussion with Diva International is that they have wanted me to supply consent forms,

Dear Miriam. Thanks for your interest in menstrual culture and thanks for using The DivaCup.

EXCITING NEWS! A long time ago I told you all about Experiment 1. When Alexandra was accepted into the Feminist Materialisms conference it was with a ‘material conversation’ and I pictured this table with jars of blood on it and

Dear Miriam. Thanks for your interest in menstrual culture and thanks for using The DivaCup.

EXCITING NEWS! A long time ago I told you all about Experiment 1. When Alexandra was accepted into the Feminist Materialisms conference it was with a ‘material conversation’ and I pictured this table with jars of blood on it and

Menstruation in the Veg Patch in English!

  Yay, the Copenhagen University Post has put up an English version of Johan Klokhøj’s great article about A Material Conversation! Read it here. Only one caveat: as much as I would like to think that Karen Barad saw our

Menstruation in the Veg Patch in English!

  Yay, the Copenhagen University Post has put up an English version of Johan Klokhøj’s great article about A Material Conversation! Read it here. Only one caveat: as much as I would like to think that Karen Barad saw our

Why everyone should use a menstrual cup

So, I’ve been using a menstrual cup. And it’s been glorious. I don’t have lots of sex dreams, I’ve had about 4 or 5 in my life. Two of them, o sweet joy, have happened over the last two months

Why everyone should use a menstrual cup

So, I’ve been using a menstrual cup. And it’s been glorious. I don’t have lots of sex dreams, I’ve had about 4 or 5 in my life. Two of them, o sweet joy, have happened over the last two months