Today on the show I’m talking to Jane Hartman Adamé, co-founder and CEO of Keela Cup, about her experience menstruating with a disability and how it led her to design a more accessible menstrual cup.
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What we discussed:
- How Jane’s own experience with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome led her to dream of an accessible menstrual cup
- How the Keela Cup differs from conventional cups
- The process of designing and manufacturing the Keela Cup
- Why Jane and Andy decided to fund Keela via crowdfunding
- The importance of inclusive design
Connect with Jane and Keela:
Website – Use discount code HEAVYFLOW for $10 off pre-orders (US only)
Resources mentioned in this episode:
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I Designed a Menstrual Cup That’s Easier for Disabled People to Use
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Music Credit: Julia and Bradley of Home Studios
Graphic Design: Rachel Laird