#WCW: Women Who Slay / Culture

Talia Frenkel; Taking Back Women’s Health & Well-being

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Women discussing sexual health. Retrieved April 25, 2016 from http://www.takepart.com/article/2016/01/08/l-condoms-uganda-swaziland

Talia Frenkel, is a photojournalist who worked for the Red Cross and United Nations. She  founded L. after realizing the state of reproductive rights for women in many regions. After documenting humanitarian crisis around the world, her coverage of women’s lack of access to reproductive rights and the effects of HIV/AIDS on young girls inspired her into action. Today L. has grown into a movement that works with over 2,800 female entrepreneurs and has distributed over 1 million health products in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Talia started L condoms as a way to promote safe sex and donates one condom to a developing country that has little access to condoms.  In many developing countries, sexual health is not discussed and is often not a right for many young girls.

L. is dedicated to the rebellious notion that people everywhere deserve better.

L. provides unquestionably safe, natural products and believe that personal care products should leave you happy and healthy, with karma on your side.

It’s the 21st century, and we’re long overdue ditching the taboos tied to women’s health and well-being. Gone are the days of perpetuating insecurities and false aspirations of the personal care aisle. L. products are designed by a team of women in San Francisco with real women in mind. Your products should reflect who you are; beautiful, smart and natural. No compromises. Now or ever. – L. Condoms

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