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Breaking The Taboo

Breaking the taboo

GenM regard you all as champions of the menopause, and champions of change. There’s so much hard work going on to help more people understand the menopause and recognise the 48 associated symptoms earlier, so more women can get the support they need to thrive during this pivotal time in their lives.

Whether they’re responsible for running the site or shouting about the menopause on social media, the following individuals and groups all have one thing in common – they’re helping to improve the menopause experience and normalise the conversation.

GenM applaud, salute and totally support everything you’re doing.

No one person alone can drive real change for ‘the change’. But together we can, and we will.

Collectively, we are a voice too loud to ignore.

Pausitivity

Elizabeth Carr-Ellis and Clare Shepherd are on a mission to get their #KnowYourMenopause poster on the walls of every GP surgery, library, gym and other public places to help raise awareness across all communities and genders. 

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Pausitivity

Pausitivity

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Perry

Perry is a free app that makes it easy for menopausal women to meet other “warriors” experiencing the perimenopause and menopause. By joining their “sisterhood”, menopausal women have access to topic groups, as well as expert advice and knowledge. 

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Perry

Perry

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The Menopausal Mayhem Mothers

Emma Skeathes, founder of The Menopausal Mayhem Mothers, is a breath of fresh air with her laugh-out-loud, self-deprecating humour on all things middle-aged and menopause. She shares her hilarious experiences to shine a light on the doom and gloom of the menopause.

Check out her Facebook page for weekly live videos and her website for inspiring blogs, videos and menopausal gifts and merchandise you won’t find on the high street.  

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The Menopausal Mayhem Mothers

The Menopausal Mayhem Mothers

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Women in Sport

Women In Sport is a charity founded in 1984 to give women the opportunity to experience the rewards of sport. They’re using the £100k they received from the People’s Postcode Lottery to fund menopause projects, having recognised that women in midlife are often overlooked when it comes to physical activity. 

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Women in Sport

Women in Sport

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