period coloring book

Periods. They help us keep in touch with our bodies, bond us with our fellow menstruators, track time and cyclical changes, and create relief, panic, surprise and frustration. They also lead to some embarrassing stories and moments of delight.

This is a book about people's experiences with menstruation.

From period sex to menstrual cups to period panties...

...to free bleeding and period activism, color away and start a conversation about menstruation.

Yay! We've been featured in...

And have a lot of amazing supporters ;)

 

Thank you to all the amazing folks who helped kickstart this project through the Period Coloring Book IndieGogo campaign: 

Alie Volpatti, Alison Yip, Alyssa Johnston, Amanda Cordell, amandaklaird, Andres Cortina Tamayo, Anna Aas Lindahl, Anna Catherine Morgan, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Anonymous, Arif Anwar, ashiramorris, Ashlee Combs, Ben Peterson, Beverly Wellman, Caterina Rindi, Charlotte Brewer, Claire &TJ, Cory Silverberg, Craig Saila, Daria Bazzi, Dev Aujla, Ellia Flinn, Erika Bruno, Essie Sutton and David Caplan, Evella Po, fblair, gabrielle.anctil, Galina Gouvea, Geneva Fong, Gillian Kolla, Ixchel Frias, Jacqueline Aranda, jasmin.tecson, Jeff Silva, Jennifer Bai, Jessica Murnane, Jihye Ahn, John Welter, Jolanta Gryc, Josefin Persdotter, Katherine Wakid, Katie Adams, katrin.patterson, kelly.lyons, Kelsea MacIlroy, Ken, Ken Yip, Kristen Crowder, ksenija.leban, Laura Hammershoy, Laura Talmasson, Laurie M. Wagner, lex evan, lindsapotamus, Lunapads.com, Mapi Bg, Marcel Botha, Marcin Kozakowski, Mary Quandt, mbstaehelin, Michelle Turner, Mindy Wong, Monica Wellington, monicanunes1, Monika Goodluck, Natasha Alexander, Natracare, Nika Johnsson, peter.machalek, Richard Tanaka, riikkaenne, Rocoto, Sami Nerenbergm sayrahfoley, Sean Mah, Shareeta Venkatapathy, SHORE Centre, sleggewie, Sophie, Steven Martin, Susie Yip, Teri Bradford, Vanessa Herrador

About this Project

Hello, my name is Andrea Yip and I am a public health practitioner and design strategist based in Toronto and NYC. I'm passionate about promoting sexual health and preventing sexual violence through the power of knowledge, empowerment and choice.

I started this project out of my own love and fascination for periods, and thought it would be a great way to drive more open conversations about menstruation.

Get in touch: hello [@] periodcoloringbook.com