FLEX is a disposable, single use menstrual product
Turns out, not that many people are too stressed about period sex.
What makes it different than a regular menstrual cups, you ask?
This month, a popular rallying cry for women will get you a month's supply of health products for her, plus the chance to win some sexy swag you might not mind sharing.
If you happen to be a New Yorker, you might remember a clever, minimalist subway advertising campaign from last fall by Thinx, maker of women's panties that double as menstrual pads.
Flex, the tampon alternative you can wear during sex, has raised a $3 million seed round led by Vivek Ranadive’s new fund, Better Our World Ventures Fund, with participation from Cyan Banister of Founders Fund, Ellen Pao and others.
Feminine hygiene is getting a millennial-savvy update — could it leave some women behind?
Erika is CEO and co-founder of the Flex Company. She was formerly a Director of Marketing and Communications at Upwork. She was also Director of Marketing and Communications at Somasource. She has held roles at Autodesk, Coca Cola Company, IBM among others.
Erika is a co-founder of the Flex Company. She has held ecommerce, marketing and editorial leadership positions at Jimmyjane, bebe stores and Modern Luxury.