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Telling your partner about your period

by Shari Mahrdt, Former Video Producer at Clue
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Clue asked people if they talk to their partners about their periods. Did you know you can share your cycle with your partner through the Clue app? Download it here.

Do you talk to your partner, boyfriend, or husband about your period? Do you find it easy talking about periods? Or do you already share your cycle with your partner through Clue connect on the app? Let us know in via Twitter.

In a time where periods are still a taboo, Clue Connect is a simple and secure way for you to give information about your menstrual cycle to partners, friends and family, husbands, boyfriends, girlfriends – making it easier to connect with the important people in your life and open up the conversation about periods, fertility and health.

When you connect with a friend, partner or family member in the Clue app, you will be showing them dates for your current and predicted cycle: menstruation, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and fertile window. All other data points are still private and will remain private. We worked with a third party data security agency to make sure it stays that way.

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