Menstruatin’ With Satan
- Tampons – unscented – light, regular, super & super plus absorbency
- Organic Tampons – unscented – light, regular, super & super plus absorbency
- Maxi Pads – unscented – light, regular, & super absorbency
- Maxi Pads w/Wings – unscented – light, regular, & super absorbency
- Ultra Thin Pads w/Wings – unscented – light, regular, & super absorbency
- Thick Maxi Pads w/Wings – unscented – regular, & super absorbency
- Overnight Pads – unscented
- Ultra Thin Overnight Pads w/Wings – unscented
- Flexible Thin Pantiliners – unscented – regular
- Softdisc Disposable Menstrual Discs
- Disposable Period Underwear
- Flushable Wipes – Regular/Travel Size, All Skin Types, Moisturizing, pH Balance
- Cleansing Wipes – Regular/Travel Size, All Skin Types, Moisturizing, pH Balance
Poverty, homelessness, and a lack of resources do not stop periods.
Anyone that’s ever had a period knows menstrual hygiene products are an expensive yet unavoidable necessity. For a considerable portion of the population, stigma, social, cultural, economic, and political barriers surrounding menstruation prevent easy access to such products The Satanic Temple and our Congregation in Houston recognize menstruation as a normal biological process and strives to address disparities in access to relevant products.
What is Period Poverty
Who Is Affected By Period Poverty?
Period Poverty is a global challenge affecting over 526 million people worldwide. In the U.S. over 25 million menstruating individuals struggle with some level of poverty. Those who most often struggle with period poverty are women and girls in lower-income brackets, students, transgender and nonbinary individuals, as well as those currently incarcerated. It doesn’t help matters that 35 states in the U.S. tax menstrual hygiene products as luxury items, falling under the category of “non-essential goods”
How will my donations be used?
All donations made between August 1 and September 23, 2023 will go to Houston-area LGBTQIA+ friendly community organizations to help those facing socioeconomic struggles receive the products they need. Please, stick to items on our wishlists to avoid any donations that these centers cannot use being thrown away.
So, what's the deal with menstrual cups?
I would like to host a dropbox for next year's event, what do I do?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “MWS Donation Box”