Liberty London is teaming up with Bloody Good Period, the non-profit charity commited to ending period poverty. The two-week campaign, which runs concurrently with International Women’s Day March 8, will see all donations go to Bloody Good Period. The organization founded by Gabby Eldin, supports vulnerable women unable to afford sanitary products, with a special focus on asylum seekers and refugees.
Many American high schools have also banned the book from its libraries, claiming the content is too sexually graphic. The American Library Association ranked it No. 88 on its list of most frequently challenged books from 2000 to 2009. The association maintains the list to keep track of books that are subject of attempted bans or censorship.