Reusable menstrual product company Lunapads has selected Mika Doyle as a new writer for the brand’s blog. Doyle will write monthly blog posts for the Lunapads’ audience that focus on bringing new energy, positivity and inclusivity to the period conversation.
“We chose Mika because she is not only a great writer, she’s committed to the deep work of intersectionality and feminism,” says Jane Hope, marketing and communications manager for Lunapads. “Her deep knowledge means that she brings ideas to the table that resonate deeply with our audience and help us in our mission of manifesting greater inclusion.”
Doyle is well-known for her writing in the intersectional feminism space. She has published several articles in Bitch Media discussing rape culture and more inclusive health and wellness options for all genders. She has also published several articles in The Good Men Project discussing the need for gender neutral toys and better access to STEM toys for all genders.
“I’m so thrilled to work with Lunapads,” says Doyle. “As I began to build my writing and editing business, it was important to me to work for businesses that share my values of gender equity and intersectional feminism. Not only does Lunapads offer a great product that helps people reduce their carbon footprint, they give back to people in need through their One4Her program and advocate for intersectional feminism in everything they do.”
Doyle’s first post for Lunapads published in late May and explored the lack of inclusivity in Menstrual Hygiene Day. Read it here: Menstrual Hygiene: More Than a Day and More Than Just for Women.
Her next post will publish later this month on the Lunapads blog at https://lunapads.com/blogs/all. You can also watch for her posts by connecting with Lunapads on Facebook and Twitter or connecting with Doyle on Twitter.
Lunapads is a women-owned, mission-driven business based in Vancouver, Canada, that provides reusable menstrual products to people of all genders. The company’s mission is to help Lunapads’ customers have healthier and more positive experiences of their period and of their bodies overall. Lunapads works to build an organization reflective of their values of transparency, authenticity, inclusivity, sustainability and body positivity. For more information, visit https://lunapads.com/.
About Mika Doyle
Mika Doyle is a professional writer with more than 10 years of experience in writing, marketing, communications and public relations. Her writing has appeared in Bitch Media, The Good Men Project, Role/Reboot and Everyday Feminism (under a pseudonym). She provides professional writing and editing services to companies, organizations and publications. For more information or to hire Mika for an upcoming project, visit https://mikadoyle.com/.