Julia Witecki, 14, left, and Carleigh Templin, 13, draw patterns for reusable pads that will be packaged in menstruation kits for girls in underdeveloped countries. The friends are longtime Girl Scouts who created the Bleedership conference to celebrate menstruation and help their peers realize there’s no shame in having a period. The first Bleedership conference took place Saturday at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tacoma.
Julia Witecki, 14, left, and Carleigh Templin, 13, draw patterns for reusable pads that will be packaged in menstruation kits for girls in underdeveloped countries. The friends are longtime Girl Scouts who created the Bleedership conference to celebrate menstruation and help their peers realize there’s no shame in having a period. The first Bleedership conference took place Saturday at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tacoma. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Julia Witecki, 14, left, and Carleigh Templin, 13, draw patterns for reusable pads that will be packaged in menstruation kits for girls in underdeveloped countries. The friends are longtime Girl Scouts who created the Bleedership conference to celebrate menstruation and help their peers realize there’s no shame in having a period. The first Bleedership conference took place Saturday at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tacoma. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Tacoma teens want peers to celebrate womanhood

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