Khloé Kardashian Odom helps inspire girls to get in the know about common myths and facts
(NC)—With so much misinformation out there about girls' health and bodies, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction. According to a recent study conducted online by Harris Interactive, more than half (57%) of girls believe most young women their age are entirely uninformed about vaginal health. Everything from false information that appears in online searches and message boards to myths that have been passed from one generation to the next can leave girls confused and without the facts.
U by Kotex hopes to inspire girls to empower themselves with education, take control of their health and redefine how society thinks about their bodies with Generation Know – the first generation of girls with a real understanding of their bodies who will spread that knowledge to others.
Supporter Khloé Kardashian Odom explains: “I'm so thrilled to be able to help empower girls. I've always been a motivational resource for my younger sisters, and I hope I can positively impact and inspire other girls too.”
For myth-busting facts, expert insights and a free, specially designed bracelet, visit www.GenerationKnow.com.
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