Natural Womanhood exists because all women can learn to claim their natural fertility as beautiful, powerful and healthy.
Natural Womanhood is a San Antonio-based non-profit organization 501c3 founded in 2012. Natural Womanhood (NW) was founded and is led by men and women dedicated to changing the culture about fertility, marriage, and sexuality.
NW defends women’s dignity and the truth about marriage by promoting Natural Family Planning (NFP) and truth in women's health. While our message is scientific and secular, it is rooted in the principles of St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body and natural law.
In 2014, NW launched a website and a blog to be the voice of authentic women’s health based on the knowledge of fertility charting methods. On our website women can find extensive and scientifically accurate information on the health risks of contraception, the different methods of NFP and their benefits, application of fertility awareness to women’s health, and more.
Since 2014, NW has produced over 600 articles, videos, and podcast episodes on these topics. The website has been visited by more than 3 million unique visitors to date and receives 60,000 visits a month on average. NW directs readers to NFP teaching organizations, where they can find qualified teachers, and to Restorative Reproductive Health practitioners: medical professionals who are trained in NaproTECHNOLOGY or FEMM and work with women’s fertility charts and in related protocols that address root causes of dysfunction.
In 2022, NW launched the Cycle Mindfulness Clubs, a university campus program to create communities that teach young women the science and the care of their fertility. The unique concept is grounded on three foundations: cycle charting, cycle health education, and a strong small communities of peers.
Natural Womanhood is led by a Board of Directors made up of Texas Catholic and Christian professionals. Our work results in improved women’s health, knowledge, and confidence, access to Restorative Reproductive medicine, and, for couples who embrace NFP, stronger marriages.
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