Kyeong-Min wrote a children’s book to educate younger generations on menstruation, and started the Period Poverty Pixel Project.
For the first part of her challenge, she planned, wrote and began illustrating a children’s book (for ages 6-9) about what menstruation is. This would help educate them from a young age – learning what will happen in their bodies, and that periods are not ‘scary or gross.’ The second project is called “The Period Poverty Pixel Project”, also known as PPPP. The aim of this project is to get 528 people to take action against period poverty and start a ripple effect that will grow into a global movement.
Kyeong-Min also wrote a blog for the GSL website to inform more people about what she is doing, and by this she has also spread awareness on what period poverty is and what other issues surround menstruation, such as myths, stigmas, secrecy and more. Read her blog below!