Nala Woman’s “Let’s Talk Ladies!” Event Empowers Women To Fully Embrace Their Femininity
In their first physical event, Nala Woman partnered with several brands and speakers to offer not just an avenue to debunk myths and misconceptions about womanhood, but also to inspire and encourage conversations on issues that actually matter.
It’s the year 2022 and the Philippines is definitely keeping up with modern times. Albeit our traditional and somewhat conservative culture, the current era has ushered in many new avenues for people to speak up and be heard on matters that actually matter.
Such is Nala Woman’s “Let’s Talk Ladies” event, where the feminine care brand gathered ladies together for an afternoon of women’s health-related discussions. From the previous years’ virtual events, this first in-person forum offered a different kind of energy—one with an abundance of female strength, intelligence, and heart.
Partnering with Kindred Health, the “Period Party” invited over gynecologists and women’s health advocates to talk about what often is tagged as taboo—from menstrual and reproductive health and sexual pleasures to even laws on women’s rights, protection, and empowerment.
It also allowed ladies to discover brands who care about our concerns. There’s Nala Woman which provides healthier and eco-friendly options to use during that time of the month. Co-presenter Kindred Health lets ladies in for health consultations that promise a safe and judgment-free environment.
There are also Sunnies Face and The Collective—two brands that inspire females to take care of themselves with beauty and self-care treats that make us look good everywhere we go. And not to be missed are Jellytime and Unprude, which offers products that help ladies explore and understand sex, pleasure, and what makes thier body feel good.
Throughout the entire event, there are three important highlights that remind us why we need to create these kinds of spaces for discussion of women-related issues, which are still prevalently shut off and ignored. First, these kinds of conversations don't just enlighten, but also educate. And education opens up more doors to knowing ourselves better as females—from breaking the stigma and misconceptions on reproductive health to taking one step closer to understanding how our bodies work and what we can do about it.
And finally, being together to openly talk about ladies’ matters reminds us that this isn’t a battle to be fought alone—that we’re strong and powerful when we're united, and that a steady support system is there to reach a hand and guide you back on track. It carries a message of hope.
It was definitely an insightful day that celebrated us ladies—and there will definitely be more as this community further grows and seeks fellow women to join the cause.
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