Superheroes Social Media Toolkit

Social media is a great way to connect, advocate and spread the word. The Good Health Down South partnership has compiled a social media toolkit for individuals and organisations looking to participate in Superheroes of Sexual and Reproductive Health

The toolkit includes downloadable images, captions and four superhero profiles that can be shared across the seven days. Links to video clips, relevant websites and resources have also been included to strengthen the messages.


How can I get involved?

We encourage our partners to engage in the toolkit to increase the reach of these messages and promote alignment across partner organisations. We invite you to support our campaign by:

  • Sharing WHISE content on your social media platforms
  • Posting your own content, using the same hashtags: #SRHWeek2019 #SuperheroesofSRH
  • Tagging @whisewomen (Twitter) and @whisewomen (Facebook) in your posts
  • Using the captions below for Facebook, which can also be adapted for Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram
  • Liking, tagging and commenting on WHISE’s posts

    Menopause Monday


    Download option 1

    Caption: Happy Menopause Monday! We’re kicking off our Sexual and Reproductive Health Week by talking about Menopause! Menopause can be a good time to assess lifestyle, health and to make a commitment to strive for continuing ‘wellness’ in the mature years. For some people, it can be liberating!

    Learn more: @JeanHailesforWomensHealth

    #MenopauseMonday #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019


    Download option 2

    Caption: The term “menopause” refers to the final menstrual period whereas “perimenopause” is the time when the ovaries gradually begin to make less oestrogen and lasts up until menopause, the point when the ovaries stop releasing eggs.

    Learn more about symptoms & how to manage:

    @JeanHailesforWomensHealth #MenopauseMonday #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    Talking Endometriosis Tuesday

    Download superhero Sarina

    Caption: Meet Sarina, our first Superhero of SRH! Sarina is a passionate advocate for the sexual and reproductive rights of people with intellectual disabilities. She is a peer educator for Sexual Lives and Respectful Relationships (SL&RR), who believes it's important that people with intellectual disabilities have the opportunity to have their say and to be heard.

    Read more about Sarina 

    @ausSLRR #SRHWeek2019 #SuperheroesofSRH #SLRR

    Download option 2

    Caption: Endometriosis, also known as ‘endo’, is a chronic condition that can cause heavy bleeding with periods and/or severe pain including persistent sharp, stabbing or burning pain. If a mild painkiller doesn’t help, or if you are unable to go to school, exercise or work, talk to your doctor.

    Learn more: @JeanHailesforWomensHealth #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    Superhero Wednesday

    Download superhero Wudad

    Caption: Wudad is our next Superhero and she works at Monash Health as a female and reproductive rights education program (FARREP). Her superpower is helping other health professionals better understand harmful traditional practices such as female genital cutting or circumcision (FGC).

    Read more about Wudad

    #SRHWeek2019 #SuperheroesofSRH

    Download option 2

    Caption: @FamilyPlanningVictoria in partnership with @MCHW have developed translated factsheets and animated videos in 13 languages, covering topics including contraception, pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

    Find all the factsheets here:

    Contraception Thursday

    Download superhero Cathy

    Caption: Cathy is our next Superhero. She is a Sexual and Reproductive Health Nurse Practitioner with @peninsulahealth working to improve access to safe abortions and contraception.

    Her mission is to ensure that women of all ages and backgrounds are aware of all the options available to them when it comes to their sexual health.

    Read more about Cathy

    #SRHWeek2019 #SuperheroesofSRH

    Download option 2

    Caption: Join us in celebrating World Contraception Day!!

    Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) virtually eliminates contraceptive failure as it is not user-dependent, however, its uptake has been low in Australia.

    There are several myths about LARCs, in particular, intra uterine devices (IUDs). Watch this short clip that debunks the myths:
    #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    STI Friday

    Download option 1

    Caption: It's STI Friday!

    The last decade has seen record increases in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis across Victoria and Australia.

    The good news is that most STIs are curable and all are treatable. We're encouraging people to start talking about STIs, to get tested regularly and seek treatment.

    #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    Download option 2

    Caption: It's STI Friday!

    The last decade has seen record increases in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis across Victoria and Australia.

    In Victoria, young people aged 15-24 accounted for 54% of all chlamydia notifications in 2018. We're encouraging people to start talking about STIs, to get tested regularly and seek treatment. #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    Safe Abortion Saturday

    Download option 1

    Caption: Let's mark International Safe Abortion Day together!

    We are committed to ensuring Victorian women can access safe and accessible abortion services.

    For more information or help finding abortion services in Victoria, call 1800 My Options on 1800 696 784 or visit
    #LetsTalkAbortion #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    Download option 2

    Caption: In 2008, Abortion Law Reform in Victoria recognised women's right to safe and legal abortions.

    There have been many important milestones over the last ten years and there is still more to do in 2019 and beyond.

    #SuperheroesofSRH #SRHWeek2019

    PCOS Sunday

    Download option 1

    Caption: SRH Week finishes on PCOS Sunday.

    Problems such as anxiety and depression are common in women with PCOS. It is a chronic disease and causes physical changes that can affect mood, personal relationships, self-esteem and body image.

    To learn more about symptoms, treatment and management of PCOS read here: @JeanHailesforWomensHealth #SRHWeek2019

    Download superhero Jess

    Caption: Jess is a health promotion officer at WHISE who understands the value of empowering women to have control over their sexual and reproductive health.

    She’s excited about the shift that’s now taking place around conversations that normalise periods, pleasure, consent and respectful relationships.

    Read more about Jess

    #SRHWeek2019 #SuperheroesofSRH