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  • Adaptive Underwear

    We have released a new Adaptive Boyleg– this style has been designed to make it easier for people that are less mobile and may experience varying abilities. "Disabled people get periods too and these briefs help make that experience more sustainable and easier to manage. I’m genuinely excited about it and I’d never have imagined that."

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  • Disability Pride Month

    During Disability Pride Month – and all year around - we want to amplify the voices of our brand ambassadors and friends with disabilities and remind everyone to be conscious of ‘ableism’ to avoid stereotyping, patronising or discriminating against people with disabilities. 
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  • What Does Heal Country Mean To You?

    We’ve chatted to three inspiring Indigenous artists and creators -Marlee Silva, Allira Potter and Rachael Sarra - to discuss what NAIDOC Week and in particular ‘Heal Country’ means to them, and hear their views on the need to celebrate, support and share the work and achievements of First Nations peoples 365 days a year – not just one week in July.  
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  • Meet The Designer - Keisha Leon

    Keisha Leon is a contemporary designer, proud Waanyi, Kalkadoon and Chinese woman, and a business owner who creates unique designs which connect to her own journey navigating her cultural identity and personal experiences.  
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  • Meet Modibodi Maternity & Postpartum: why our new range is different

    You trust Modibodi for protection from periods and pee; now trust us for pregnancy and post-partum as well. Swap uncomfortable, unreliable disposable breast pads and maternity pads for luxe comfort, less landfill, superior support and leak-proof protection - without sacrificing shape or style. Featuring superior designs backed by science, Modibodi maternity & postpartum is designed to help you navigate your new life feeling better protected, comfy and confident.
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  • Postpartum Diaries With Kristy Chong

    We want to help people get comfortable with their pregnant and postpartum bodies, but we know it’s not always easy. We want to start conversations, share real stories, as well as create high-performing products which look as good as they feel. We'll be sharing postpartum diaries from Modibodi team members as well as people from our community, to share real, raw and personal stories - as no birth story is the same!

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  • Incontinent? You're not alone.

    Did you know more than 5 million Australians struggle with incontinence, and a huge 80% of those are women – including 1 in 3 who’ve given birth? And while people often joke about a sneaky wee here or there, incontinence has a massive impact on our ability to lead normal, active lives. And that sucks.  
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  • Q&A with a mental health expert

    One of the biggest misconceptions is that you need to be in a dire situation, or suffering from a mental health condition to reach out for support. This couldn’t be further from the truth. I applaud all the women who reach out because they simply recognise they’re not living in alignment with who they truly wish to be.
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  • Modibodi launches menstrual, menopause & miscarriage paid leave

    Modibodi has launched a policy entitling its employees to paid leave explicitly for menstruation, menopause and miscarriage, in addition to the company’s existing sick leave entitlements.
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  • Up to 90% of PMDD sufferers are undiagnosed. Are you one of them?

    Is PMS ruining your life? Does yours seem much more severe than your friends? While we’re used to being told our cycle can make us ‘cranky’, ‘crazy’ or ‘emotional’, there are medical reasons for mood pre-menstrual mood changes, and, in the case of PMDD, much more serious psychological symptoms. But what is PMDD? April is PMDD Awareness Month, so let’s find out about this debilitating but widely misunderstood (and misdiagnosed) condition. 

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