That’s My Story Period is a compilation of stories from hilarious women about that time of the month. Hosted by Steph Garcia, the storytelling podcast hopes to help break taboos around the subject and inform listeners about stigmas girls face around the world.
“It’s important to be intersectional in the research.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features an interview with Dr. Jessica Barnack-Tavlaris, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at The College of New Jersey. She conducts research on attitudes toward menstruation, as well as the transition from infertility to motherhood.
“It’s always like the doors in the overlook hotel.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features stories from Betsy Stover (@whymommydrinkspodcast) and Kaitlyn Tanimoto (@totallymoto).
“My first time telling my parents I had sex was at church.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features stories from Emily Fightmaster (@genderless_gap_ad) and Ashleigh Hairston (@ashleighcrystal).
“She gave me that American Girl book, Your Body and You.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features stories from Rashawn Scott and Nikki Mejia.
“It’s such a double standard that women can’t talk about periods.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features an interview with Mary Flynn, host of Tampon Talk with Mary
“It’s really the start of a number of changes in a girl’s life.”
This episode of That’s My Story, Period features an interview with Dr. Mychelle Farmer.
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Funny but few episodes....
I have enjoyed listening to this podcast. It is hilarious to hear embarrassing period stories. It is even educational with some facts and tips. But my problem is it didn’t take me long to listen to all of the episodes. Besides that, the releasing/posting is inconsistent. The waiting in between episodes is ridiculous. The last episode they posted was May 7. It is June 17 and I’m still waiting for another episode 😐😕. I would give 5 stars if it was more consistent because other than that I really like this podcast!
Finally a show that attempts to really talk about something all women have to deal with and too often is kept quiet. Keep it up!
It be that way sometimes chief