Mya Davis is a 22-year-old designer who is based in the sunny city of Phoenix, Arizona. She specializes in branding, print, packaging, and UI/UX design. With a lifelong passion for art and design, Mya has always known that this was the path for her. She began studying graphic design during her freshman year of high school, and she is currently pursuing her BSD in Graphic Design at Arizona State University. When she is away from her laptop, she is usually indulging in one of her many hobbies, whether it’s playing games, writing, watching a good show or movie, or getting lost in a good book.
Menstruation is something that over half the population experiences but unfortunately many of these menstruating people don’t have proper access to the resources that help them get through this monthly occurrence. With 3.8 million women in the world, 500 million of them experience period poverty. That is 13.1578947%.Caitly Geng from Medical News Today describes it as the lack of access to menstrual products, education facilities, waste management, or a combination of these.” Many women, and menstruating people, know someone or they themselves have experienced period poverty but a lot of these stories go untold due to the shame and stigma that society has already placed on menstruation in general.