I work and adventure in remote environments and know from experience that every woman needs a shesfreetobe survival toolkit in her life. A female body is unique, it menstruates so it can nurture a child if we choose that path and has traditionally needed to wee sitting down. Many workplaces we can now occupy in increasing numbers were set up for the gentlemen in our lives and not for our uniqueness. This toolkit I developed changed my life, and many others around me who I shared it with, who work or adventure with me. It enables that uniqueness to be acknowledged and provides solutions so her well-being is considered.
Imagine starting a new role and quickly realising the comforts, such as modern bathrooms were non-existent or hard to access. How does that make you feel? Perhaps like your workplace experience wasn't considered, maybe silly that you hadn't thought the environment through and embarrassed that you have to be 'difficult' and point out the obvious. Or, imagine you start at your new role and you're boss hands you your intro pack, which includes a Shesfreetobe survival toolkit. You open it up and see a few items you haven't considered before, then pull out a sheet of paper that details the how to's from someone who's been there done that. You hadn't even considered the need for this as you were focused on landing this awesome role, but what a relief that you can just get on with your job and not have to have that super awkward conversation with your boss about your bodies needs. If your boss is a female hooray, but if your boss is a male he has been spared from facing the prospect of having that conversation too, he knows what in the pack but its a one pack explains it all scenario.