Put A Cup In It

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Hi! I’m Amanda, the human behind Put A Cup In It. I am a long-time sustainable menstrual product advocate and educator. You might say that Put A Cup In It is my way of sharing decades of experience in graphic design, content creation, and everything I’ve learned (as an adult) about having a vagina.

Growing up, periods were barely spoken about, and as a result, I found everything about them (and all other bodily changes) embarrassing. I wanted nothing to do with any of it and never imagined I’d be publicly talking about all of it so publicly. The short story is that I tried a menstrual cup, got angry at the gaping holes in period education, and I’ve been working for more than a decade to help change that for myself and others. I began creating tools and resources to help provide access to information in an approachable way so that others can make informed decisions and have a safe space to ask questions and share their experiences. I’ve been a menstrual health advocate for nearly 15 years and wouldn’t have it any other way.

You can email here and find me on Instagram @PutACupInIt or on my personal, and sparsely updated Instagram, @amandahearnaf

Put A Cup In It, LLC PO Box 40, Kings Mills, OH 45040

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Founder Bio

Amanda Hearn is the human behind Put A Cup In It, a revolutionary platform breaking taboos surrounding periods and empowering individuals to make informed choices about their menstrual health. Dedicated to making information approachable and accessible, Amanda has been a vocal advocate for menstrual health for more than a decade. With a focus on sustainability, Put A Cup In It is the leading resource for comprehensive and inclusive period education.


Quick Put A Cup In It About

Put A Cup In It is the most trusted & comprehensive resource for all things sustainable period care. It all started in 2015 with a menstrual cup comparison chart, advocacy sticker, and the simple idea of helping others learn about menstrual cups. PACII soon grew to include an extensive library of guides, helpful tools, content on related topics — and, of course, a vibrant, inclusive community.


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These photos are free to use for editorial use under the following conditions.

Attribution — The attribution ” Photo courtesy of Amanda Hearn at Put A Cup In It ” must be included and properly linked to putacupinit.com (or, if shared on social media, the photo needs to be tagged to our account @putacupinit)

Use Does Not Constitute Endorsement Or Recommendation — Photos may be used in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor (Put A Cup In It, LLC / Amanda Hearn) endorses you or your use.

Non-Commercial — These photo are intended for editorial use only. You may not use them for commercial purposes in any way.

No Derivatives — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material. Photos may be cropped to necessary sizing for editorial use.

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