Ever since the beginning of the school year, Ohio University students have noticed new menstrual product dispensers on the walls of the bathrooms around campus, including Baker University Center, Donkey Coffee & Espresso and Alden Library. The company behind the new dispensers is Aunt Flow, a group whose mission is ensuring everyone has access to menstrual products. Aunt Flow was started by Claire Coder who, when she was 18 years old, unexpectedly got her period without the supplies she needed around her. She realized this was a common issue for many women with little access to menstrual products in their communities. The Post
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