Birth Control Your Own Adventure | The New York Times

Birth Control Your Own Adventure is "a sparklingly cutting film featuring a cast of sinister Icelandic sheep, clumsy endives and an OB-GYN who talks with the voice of a robot. Agha makes insightful and snark use of these tools to chronicle the epic saga of her struggle with the side effects of birth control's a dizzyingly inventive self-portrait of a person forced to choose between depression and physical pain." -The New York Times

Body Language: Painful Sex | BBC Three

In this series of visual essays for BBC Three, women talk about their most personal reproductive health issues and problems. Here, one woman talks about painful sex, something that affects 1 in 10 women. She is eventually diagnosed with severe endometriosis - but not before she spends years having her pain dismissed and misdiagnosed by doctors.

Body Language: Antenatal Depression | BBC Three

In this series of visual essays for BBC Three, women share their most personal reproductive health stories. Maternal mental illness affects 1 in 5 women and develops during or after pregnancy. Here, one woman speaks about her experience with antenatal depression.

Body Language: Endometriosis | BBC Three

At least 1 in 10 women suffer with endometriosis, a disorder where tissue that resembles the lining of the uterus grows outside of it. Despite how common the condition is, it takes an average of 7.5 years for women to be diagnosed in the UK. In this episode of Body Language, one woman talks about what it’s like to live with endometriosis.

Body Language: Early Menopause | BBC Three

In this episode of my original series for BBC Three, psychotherapist Diane Danzebrink shares her own experience with surgically-induced menopause in an effort to destigmatize and draw awareness to the condition.