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Isn’t it funny that something that’s such an essential part of our lives gives so much grief each and every time it
I have come to conclude that it’s all about how we think about our periods.
How we think about them have colored how we experience them. We associate our periods with discomfort, with frustration, with messes, with limitations and sometimes with shame.
We don’t see them as brilliant, as beautiful, as a blessing, as natural, as special. I’ve partnered with
I will never forget how embarrassed I used to be about buying pads and even more embarrassed about tampons. And I have no idea where that came from, but it came fast and early.
Now that I’m older I just want to encourage older women to speak to younger women candidly about periods and younger women to fully embrace what is often a very natural part of being a woman. We sometimes take things for granted but being afforded pads and tampons are not a given everywhere and there are still
All this to say- let’s all work towards ending the unspoken stigma – we can do this together.
P.s. have you heard about tampon tax? Read up on it and why it’s time for the entire country to rid itself of it.