Western University students and the London community were brought together for a special one-hour wellness panel that sparked conversation on how women should not be ashamed to talk about their menstruation, examining the stigma surrounding working moms and how to embrace their own body image.
Though feminine hygiene is easily accessible here in Canada, with feminine hygiene products sold at just about every pharmacy, that isn’t the case worldwide.
Teal Nolte is good at social media.
The #MeToo fundraiser will feature live music, a comedian and a DJ while raising money for both Anova and The Beautiful Truth Retreat.
Through storytelling, the speakers ultimately taught the audience about the complicated relationship between the LGBTQ+ community and basic healthcare.
At Friday’s Active Minds event, Cultural Consciousness, students will have a a chance to discuss their mental health perceptions.
To focus more on coping methods for stress, Western University's Faculty of Engineering has created a resilience program for students to learn better lifestyle habits.