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Thurs March 21 2024 | FEW Lounge opens 7:15 PM | Event starts 7:30 PM (JST)

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Shifting the Narrative on Taboos & Embracing the Future with Femtech

We invite you on International Women’s Month to discuss the future of women's wellness. Together, we'll break the silence surrounding taboo topics and work towards a world where women's wellness is prioritized.

For too long, periods have been a taboo, leaving women feeling alone and confused. This struggle is even more burdensome when added to a low-income economic situation, impacting women’s economic vulnerability and overall well-being. But our discussion doesn't end there. By challenging taboos, we aim to ignite change and pave the way for a future where no woman feels silenced by societal norms.

We will be introducing Femtech, one of the leading solutions in this space focused on applications and medical devices for women's health, and we will be featuring some of the authorities in this field, who will share their expertise. Join us to explore the transformative potential of Femtech in women's wellness.

Thurs March 21 2024 | FEW Lounge opens 7:15 PM | Event starts 7:30 PM (JST)

Online event

Free for members

This event is members-only [for a more intimate event, women-only safe space]

Must be signed in to purchase a ticket for this event.

Meet Our Speakers

Amina Sugimoto
Sybilla Patrizia
Marina Yoshimura
Miyako Hazama
Hiromi Kusano

Key Takeaways

Join us for an open and candid conversation with women working on period awareness and in the field of health and sexuality-centered technologies centered on womxn’s empowerment and wellness.

Discover the emerging field of Femtech and its potential to revolutionize womxn's health.

Explore the latest advances in the Femtech space and how they can empower women to take control of their bodies.

Equip yourself with the tools and knowledge to dispel myths and educate others about periods.

Learn about the concept of "period poverty" and its impact on women's well-being.

Gain confidence in discussing period issues and contribute to breaking the silence surrounding taboo topics.