The seven girls (Raizel Febles, Kathaleen Restitullo, Kassy Abad, Caroline Abreu, Jasmin Acosta, Ashley Amankwah and Litzy Encarnacion) met every Thursday after school this spring to write, record and edit their podcast.

For them, the conversation about periods flowed naturally. “It was easy to record it,” says Caroline Abreu, 13. “It was like the mic wasn’t even there. We were just having a conversation.”

They would commiserate about trying to hide a tampon in their tight jean pockets, or bleeding through their pants. (“I’m literally the queen of bleeding out,” says Caroline. “It’s not usually my fault; it’s because I can’t go to the…



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