Public Awareness Campaign


Let’s Talk Menopause is on a mission to culturally kick-start a movement. For too long, menopause has been a shrouded subject. We want to spark a conversation about menopause so people understand it and talk openly about it. The less alone women feel, the better their menopause experience will be. That’s why we’re launching a multilingual public awareness campaign. By putting the topic out there physically—on posters in transit stations and doctors’ offices—and sharing it on social media, we aim to educate the public about what menopause is and why it’s essential that we all know the facts.

Illustration of woman holding the Let's Talk Menopause poster campaign

Did you know...

10 years

Black women experience hot flashes for an average of 10 years; Latina women for an average of 8.9 years; and white women for an average of 6.5 years.

Migraines and Perimenopause

The link between increased rates of migraines and perimenopause is well accepted among neurologists. The good news is that if migranes are purely menstrually related, they will resolve once you pass through menopause.
Photo of Let's Talk Menopause Poster on Subway Platform

It's not just in your head

In celebration of World Menopause Day, Let’s Talk Menopause is taking its message to the New York City subway system—our It’s Not Just In Your Head public awareness campaign will be featured in over 200 stations across the Big Apple!

Let’s Talk Menopause is spreading our message far and wide: Menopause care is essential healthcare. People who experience menopause need information about how it may affect them physically, mentally, emotionally, and professionally.

Please donate now! After NYC, we want to pack our bags and head to Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and to every corner of the country. Help us get the message on the road!

Spread the Word

Help us get the conversation started by downloading our #MoreThanHotFlashes poster and sharing a selfie with it on your favorite social media platforms. Your selfie will inspire others to follow suit, and soon the topic won’t seem so taboo.

Don’t forget to tag us!

#LetsTalkMenopause #SayTheMword #MoreThanHotFlashes

We are immensely grateful to Elizabeth Carr-Ellis and Clare Shepherd, founders of the U.K.-based menopause-awareness organization Pausitivity. Their #KnowYourMenopause campaign inspired us to follow suit with a public messaging program that puts the topic of menopause front and center in the U.S.