what pride means to you

what pride means to you

what does pride mean to you? Pride means a lot to us at ohne - both those of us in the LGBTQ+ community and those of us working to be the best allies we can be. We’ve dedicated this week to celebrating pride - virtual style - with a series of insta...

how to talk to your partner about periods

how to talk to your partner about periods

You should talk about periods with your partner.

That's a bold statement right off the bat, I know, but an important one nonetheless. Periods and menstrual cycles, in general, should be something we feel comfortable talking about with al...

we’re hiring! head of finance

we’re hiring! head of finance

This is your opportunity to join our passionate team as the Head of Finance at ohne. Who are we? We're Leah and Nikki, ohne founders and best friends since our university days. We decided that people who bleed deserved better from period product brands - so we created it ou...

LGBTQ+ pride competition: a period pouch designed by you

LGBTQ+ pride competition: a period pouch designed by you

Kicking off ohne's pride celebrations is the ohne pride period pouch, designed by an LGBTQ+ member of the ohne community (that's you). The winner of this competition will be announced on the 10th July on social media. ohne’s pride pouches will be ethically made in a social enterprise factory in I...

hot girl summer: how your period changes with the shifting seasons

hot girl summer: how your period changes with the shifting seasons

Why does my period change during summer?

We all know our periods can be fickle friends, seemingly changing with the slightest gust of wind, bite (or 30) of milk chocolate, or whether or not you've been working out much lately. What you might not be prepared for, however...

a letter on language: why trans inclusivity is not up for debate

a letter on language: why trans inclusivity is not up for debate

TW: discussion of transphobia; examples of transphobic and cisnormative language. ohne supports the trans community absolutely and without exception. We’re working every day to be more inclusive and to fight harmful misconceptions and assumptions about who gets periods and who deserve...

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