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M-Boldened: Menopause Conversations We All Need to Have

M-Boldened: Menopause Conversations We All Need to Have

M-Boldened: Menopause Conversations We All Need to Have Hardcover - 2021

by Harris, Caroline [Editor]

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Flint, 2021-09-01. Hardcover. New. 6x1x9. Hardcover with Dust Jacket. An unused, unmarked and unblemished copy.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
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About the author

Caroline Harris, journalist and writer, has brought together a stunning range of more than 20 contributors, including: Olympic gold athlete and Vice Chairman of Sport England for over 5 years Tessa Sanderson CBE; Diane Danzebrink, the driving force behind the groundbreaking #MakeMenopauseMatter and the UK government petition for menopause rights which has collected over 100,000 signatures; Shad Begum, International Women of Courage Award recipient for her pioneering work in Pakistan; Jennifer Nadel, co-author with the actress Gillian Anderson of WE: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere and co-founder of Compassion in Politics (named by the Guardian as one of the things to be hopeful about in 2019); BAFTA-nominated screenwriter Carol Russell (Soon Gone: The Windrush Chronicles) and founder of the pioneering Fresh Voices UK organization that creates opportunities for Black and Asian women, especially the over-45s who are significantly underrepresented on our screens; Padmini Murthy, women's health challenges advisor to United Nations and recipient of the National Council of Women USA Distinguished Leadership; contributions from the Medical Women International Association and the Australian Nursery and Midwifery Association; Emily Steinberg, internationally recognized graphic novelist; Rachel Weiss, recipient of the Prime Minister's Point of Light award and founder of the Menopause Caf, whose patron is Kirsty Wark; powerhouse of communications Lynne Franks OBE who has worked with Annie Lennox, Ruby Wax, Live Aid and Amnesty International; Aisling Grimley whose My Second Spring online community has over 2 million members and Catherine O'Keeffe co-founder of Ireland's M-Word Event; Sophia Tzeng, founding board member of the groundbreaking US movement PERIOD; poet Cat Chong reflects on hormone-related disability; writer and curator Clare Barstow writes of her experiences in the UK criminal justice system; journalist and trans-man Lee Hurley; New York-based writer Carren Strock and blogger Sophie Watkins discusses the impact on relationships with her husband.