Lil-Lets - the brand with the widest range of period products in South Africa - has launched the ‘Be You. Period.’ campaign to help bust stereotypes and broaden representations around menstruation.
Be You. Period was penned for Lil-Lets by local poet, Puno Selesho, who is featured in the video along with menstrual health rights activists including Nokuzola Ndwandwe (Team Free Sanitary Pads), Pontsho Pilane (author of Flow, founder of the Free to Bleed campaign), Farah Fortune (founder of The Pad Run), Lucy Khofi (founder of #RealTalkWithLucyKhofi), and Megan Ross (author of Milk Fever and lead responder on Lil-Lets Talk). The campaign also includes human rights activist, Regina Mary Ndlovu, and trans rights activist, Nino Ayanda Maphosa.
Digital advertisement created by Retroviral, South Africa for Lil-Lets, within the categories: Health, Pharmaceutical.