Big News in Film for those suffering from Endometriosis! Producer Shannon Cohn has created the international sensation "Endo What?" "Endo What?" is the first really successful film to tour the globe gaining the attention of audiences everywhere!
Donations of any amount can make it so this film and our voices can continue to be be heard. Donate Here to help "Endo What?" continue its journey to be seen!
We should all get out and support causes, charities, and organizations that mean something special to our hearts. For me I have a few that hit my soul deeply, and I would like to share them. Giving a helping hand, standing up for what one believes in, giving back, and showing up are statements that I believe in.
I spent many years in pain due to endometriosis, and had so many surgeries and procedures that an entirely different website actually was created to discuss it at one point! I found myself working as a patient advocate, and thus created 5 yrs ago the Internationally known blogtalk radio show “The Pelvic Messenger.”
The show has gone on to help hundreds of thousands of men and women worldwide by doing interviews with top practitioners on a variety of pelvic pain disorders. It is now managed by the International Pelvic Pain Society, and advocate/author “Amy Stein.” I continue to support Pelvic Messenger, amongst other groups working to help patients out there suffering daily from these incurable diseases.
I have never met an animal I didn’t like. I wish that were true for all humans, Ha! While, I am not vegan, I don't eat “meat.” I support a number of different rescues, and whenever I can, I do volunteer work with Chicago Pet Rescue. I also support PETA with a monthly donation. I feel that their undercover operations are some of the best ways we have of seeing the honest truth when it comes to animal cruelty with larger corporations, animal testing, and international animal abuse.
Humans tend to forget than we too are animals. We should be showing more respect and honor to the animal life on this planet . The overall planet would benefit from all of us eating less meat, and standing up to large mass factory animal farming. It is not sustainable. It is not good for our air, ocean, groundwater, rain forests, or overall food chain.