read. read anything. read the things they say are good for you, and the things they claim are junk. you’ll find what you need to find. just read.
— neil gaiman

freebie info sheets

introduction to menstrual cycle charting
how to remember to check for cervical fluid
early dry days handout

fertility awareness / menstrual cycle charting

taking charge of your fertility by toni weschler
the garden of fertility by katie singer
your fertility signals by merryl winstein
the complete guide to fertility awareness by jane knight

general health & wellness

a new view of a woman's body by the federation of feminist women's health centers
healing wise by susun weed
full moon feast by jessica prentice
hot pants: do it yourself gynecology and herbal remedies
period repair manual by lara briden, nd
cunt by inga muscio

reproductive justice

reproductive justice: an introduction by loretta ross & rickie solinger
killing the black body by dorothy roberts


natural liberty by the femme sage collective
not funny ha ha by leah hayes
4000 years for choice
early abortion options
holistic healing after abortion by samantha zipporah
exhale after-abortion talkline
faith aloud talkline

pregnancy & birth

natural hospital birth by cynthia gabriel
when survivors give birth by penny simkin & phyllis klaus
spiritual midwifery by ina may gaskin
the birth partner by penny simkin
parenting begins before conception by carista luminare-rosen
the thinking woman’s guide to a better birth by henci goer

death & dying

holding space by amy glen wright

on deciding (or not) to become a parent

motherhood by sheila heti
selfish, shallow, and self-absorbed: sixteen writers on the decision not to have kids edited by meghan daum

teens / young adults

cycle savvy by toni weschler


we were witches by ariel gore
my brilliant friend by elena ferrante
outlines by rachel cusk
the bell jar by sylvia plath

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