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Slink Aug 10
Nothing makes me feel more in charge of my sexuality and femininity than witnessing the red and glory after a masturbating on my period.
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Endometriosis UK Aug 12
"Take any PMS symptom and times it to the point where it is uncontrollable – depression, anxiety, panic attacks, binge eating, cognitive impairment, extreme exhaustion, fatigue, hypersomnia/insomnia." We talk to Vicious Cycle about
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Luis Aug 7
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Dear Aug 7
during ??
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The Red Box Project Aug 12
A brilliant photo from our coordinator Nicola, beautifully demonstrating many of the brilliant organisations working together to tackle & smash the stigma around . Thank you for bringing us all together yesterday!
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HerGround Aug 16
Menstruation is a natural phenomenon and it’s about time we start talking about it.
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savdawg 23h
lol so i’m definitely frustrated that even though i’m a lesbian And i only have one ovary but my uterus has decided to continue having like full blown breakdowns every month i’m not pregnant
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Endometriosis UK Aug 12
"It can only improve awareness to have PMDD included in education. More people being diagnosed with PMDD will surely lead to more pressure on the powers that be to fund further research and provide better support and treatment options."
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Branisłow Aug 16
All sorts of interesting ideas emerging from conversations at , not least the impact of on /menstruation on fieldwork. Would any other / be willing to discuss this with me?
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Patty ⚘ Aug 8
Men are so terrified & disgusted with that my landlord blamed me and my for a block in the city sewer line that took 2000 lbs of pressure and multiple attempts to clear. It was a tree blocking the line. Like literally a tree. Smh
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Nomcebo Mkhaliphi Aug 15
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ACESWorld Aug 13
Girls living in poverty are risking infection and missing school due to lack of sanitary supplies, and many are uninformed about how to manage their periods. Here's why period poverty is a global issue:
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Dream Nicole☁👑 Aug 11
I'm seriously debating about doing this double... Cause It's day number 2 of my and day 2 is the heaviest!!! Cramps p.s mess to the 10th level...😝😝😝 So it's going to either be one shift or the other... 💯💯💯 Cause it's not looking like double day!😩
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Reach A Hand, Uganda Aug 7
Most families in rural Uganda cannot afford to buy sanitary pads every month for their girls and they are forced to drop out of school because of no pads during . The plight of adolescent girls in school...
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Crispin Simon Aug 10
. Off to conference - social enterprise empowering women in India by encouraging discussion of the taboo of menstrual hygiene; and producing low-cost sanitary protection. Britain values gender equality and the rights of women and girls.
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Basex with Dani & Jade Aug 8
Waking up at 4am because is so much fun! As is not being able to sleep for at least another hour while waiting for the pain meds to kick in and using a heating pad. Then needing to get up at 8:30 for work. But hey at least I look cute
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Essity Aug 13
Globally, only 40% of fathers have spoken to their daughters about . Creating a comfortable dialogue around removes the stigma and improves the well-being of girls longterm.
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Essity Aug 10
on as a natural bodily function will empower communities to provide for women and girls at school and work so they can maintain and .
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GESS Aug 14
We recently received 50 hygiene kits from – an organisation that increases access to menstrual care & education. They have reached over 1m girls with hygiene kits. Read the story:
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Blue Andalusia Aug 8
The worst fucking thing nobody tells you about is gassy period shits. I was relatively well-warned about cramps, but not these. Why are bodies.
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