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Tampon: Blood comes out of your vagina for anywhere from 3- 7 days That blood you lose can be around 4 tablespoons to a cup a cup of blood, vaginal mucus, and endometrial tissue You get cramps that will make you cry. You can vomit and/or pass out from them You will get horrible mood swings You get headaches Backaches e e e e e Your breasts hurt so bad sometimes you can't even touch them You get acne everywhere Your actual vagina could be sore Your feel constantly tired You have a constant fear of soaking through your pad/tampon e e e You can't lay a certain way in bed e e e You take pill after pill and it still doesn't help You bloat and gain weight You might have anemia (iron deficiency) which can not clot your blood causing so much blood loss it'lIl be deadly e You never feel ful e Everything irritates you e You will cry a lot Once you get up in the morning, your center of gravity has shifted and all the blood settling in you during the night will now rush out of you causing you to clench your legs tightly to avoid leaking You get made fun of for having a period /1//?/?/ You're forced to go to school/work You get told that you're overreacting e but ya know, fixing your dick discreetly in public is bad too kate-hylians-posts: homolesbians: shingeki-no-nononono: thatgirlmustbeawesome: What’s so bad about periods At first I was like “no don’t reblog it’ll weird people out” then I was like “oh right that’s the point” That GOT GIF at the end!
Tampon: Blood comes out of your vagina for anywhere from 3-
 7 days
 That blood you lose can be around 4 tablespoons to a
 cup
 a cup of blood, vaginal mucus, and endometrial
 tissue
 You get cramps that will make you cry. You can vomit
 and/or pass out from them
 You will get horrible mood swings
 You get headaches
 Backaches
 e
 e
 e
 e
 e Your breasts hurt so bad sometimes you can't even
 touch them
 You get acne everywhere
 Your actual vagina could be sore
 Your feel constantly tired
 You have a constant fear of soaking through your
 pad/tampon
 e
 e
 e
 You can't lay a certain way in bed
 e
 e
 e
 You take pill after pill and it still doesn't help
 You bloat and gain weight
 You might have anemia (iron deficiency) which can
 not clot your blood causing so much blood loss it'lIl
 be deadly
 e You never feel ful
 e Everything irritates you
 e You will cry a lot
 Once you get up in the morning, your center of gravity
 has shifted and all the blood settling in you during the
 night will now rush out of you causing you to clench
 your legs tightly to avoid leaking
 You get made fun of for having a period /1//?/?/
 You're forced to go to school/work
 You get told that you're overreacting
 e
 but ya know, fixing your dick discreetly in public is bad too
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What’s so bad about periods

At first I was like “no don’t reblog it’ll weird people out” then I was like “oh right that’s the point”




That GOT GIF at the end!

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Tampon: l the dinosaurs fear the T-Rex rage-comics-base: HIFW I wake up in the middle of the night, both my hands are a sleep and I need to change my tampon.
Tampon: l
 the dinosaurs fear the
 T-Rex
rage-comics-base:

HIFW I wake up in the middle of the night, both my hands are a sleep and I need to change my tampon.

rage-comics-base: HIFW I wake up in the middle of the night, both my hands are a sleep and I need to change my tampon.

Tampon: marie claire Our Laws Period-Shame Women-So I'm Going to Change Them An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. P Alamy by congresswoman grace meng glassceilingbreakers: Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. Dd you know that there are girls who skip school when they get their periods? If they can’t afford pads or tampons and don’t want anyone to see they’ve stained their clothes, they may feel like they have no choice. That’s not just something that happens in developing countries. It happens right here in the United States. Right in my home district of Queens, New York. I didn’t know that until recently. Growing up, nobody talked about their periods, even if they were having problems; there was a certain taboo surrounding the issue. That all went out the window in 2015, the year “the period went public.” Female elected officials and activists began to focus their attention on the tampon tax (which is a state issue); I turned my attention to how I could help women across the country. It was exciting to see coverage of the tampon tax pop up everywhere, including in Marie Claire. Last year, YouTube personality Ingrid Nilsen even asked President Obama about the tampon tax,and he was as mystified as the rest of us. But as great as the advocacy has been to eliminate sales tax on tampons and pads, menstrual equity issues run much deeper. Many women and girls across the country struggle with more than just cost, and I was constantly asking myself what I could do to help them. Eliminating the tampon tax is not enough for the 86 percent of women who start their period unexpectedly without necessary supplies. It is not enough for the low income women who cannot afford menstrual products on their own and can only get them through food pantries. It is not enough for the female inmates and homeless women who are denied these products or have them rationed. Can you imagine being told you can’t have any more pads even though you still have your period? Most Americans—across all income levels—believe that feminine hygiene products are basic necessities. So why is it still so hard to afford and access them? This week I introduced the Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017, the first legislation in Congress to deal with menstrual hygiene product access. It has five different parts aimed at addressing all of these issues. You would not believe what female inmates go through to access menstrual hygiene products. The ACLU of Michigan filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of 8 female prisoners at Muskegon County Jail because (among other things) the prison denied inmates access to menstrual hygiene products, a condition considered inhumane and degrading. Female inmates in Connecticut only get five pads per week to split with their bunkmate, which means they may have to use a single pad for multiple days. I cannot imagine how humiliating that must feel. My bill would require each state to give female inmates and detainees as many tampons or pads as they need, whenever they need them—at no cost. If Congress has to deny states certain federal funds to get their prisons to change their current horrendous practices, then so be it. Homeless women also face serious problems when on their period. A report issued in 2014 said that homeless women experience the “degrading condition of not having access to adequate facilities during their menstrual cycles to be able to use hygiene products and change them on a regular basis.” Some homeless women resort to using rags or…nothing. Congress should be outraged by these conditions. Shelters should be able to use federal grant money to purchase tampons or pads—that is exactly what my bill ensures. Once I started learning about all of the ways women and girls struggle to access menstrual hygiene products during their periods, I realized how much I took my own circumstances for granted. I am grateful to be in a position to advocate on this issue and effect change. My bill may be the first effort at addressing menstrual equity on the national stage, but it won’t be the last. Especially not if passionate and talented women like you run for office and promote issues like these when you get there. We cannot stop until we reach real menstrual equity for women and girls everywhere. Join me in this fight and, together, we can win. Editor’s Note: The Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017 (H.R. 972) currently has 21 co-sponsors, all Democrats. Contact your representative to tell him or her to become a co-sponsor.
Tampon: marie claire
 Our Laws Period-Shame
 Women-So I'm Going to
 Change Them
 An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng.
 P
 Alamy
 by congresswoman grace meng
glassceilingbreakers:
Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng.

Dd you know that there are girls who skip school when they get their periods? If they can’t afford pads or tampons and don’t want anyone to see they’ve stained their clothes, they may feel like they have no choice. That’s not just something that happens in developing countries. It happens right here in the United States. Right in my home district of Queens, New York.
I didn’t know that until recently. Growing up, nobody talked about their periods, even if they were having problems; there was a certain taboo surrounding the issue. That all went out the window in 2015, the year “the period went public.” Female elected officials and activists began to focus their attention on the tampon tax (which is a state issue); I turned my attention to how I could help women across the country.
It was exciting to see coverage of the tampon tax pop up everywhere, including in Marie Claire. Last year, YouTube personality Ingrid Nilsen even asked President Obama about the tampon tax,and he was as mystified as the rest of us. But as great as the advocacy has been to eliminate sales tax on tampons and pads, menstrual equity issues run much deeper. Many women and girls across the country struggle with more than just cost, and I was constantly asking myself what I could do to help them.
Eliminating the tampon tax is not enough for the 86 percent of women who start their period unexpectedly without necessary supplies. It is not enough for the low income women who cannot afford menstrual products on their own and can only get them through food pantries. It is not enough for the female inmates and homeless women who are denied these products or have them rationed. Can you imagine being told you can’t have any more pads even though you still have your period?
Most Americans—across all income levels—believe that feminine hygiene products are basic necessities. So why is it still so hard to afford and access them?
This week I introduced the Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017, the first legislation in Congress to deal with menstrual hygiene product access. It has five different parts aimed at addressing all of these issues.
You would not believe what female inmates go through to access menstrual hygiene products. The ACLU of Michigan filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of 8 female prisoners at Muskegon County Jail because (among other things) the prison denied inmates access to menstrual hygiene products, a condition considered inhumane and degrading. Female inmates in Connecticut only get five pads per week to split with their bunkmate, which means they may have to use a single pad for multiple days. I cannot imagine how humiliating that must feel. My bill would require each state to give female inmates and detainees as many tampons or pads as they need, whenever they need them—at no cost. If Congress has to deny states certain federal funds to get their prisons to change their current horrendous practices, then so be it.
Homeless women also face serious problems when on their period. A report issued in 2014 said that homeless women experience the “degrading condition of not having access to adequate facilities during their menstrual cycles to be able to use hygiene products and change them on a regular basis.” Some homeless women resort to using rags or…nothing. Congress should be outraged by these conditions. Shelters should be able to use federal grant money to purchase tampons or pads—that is exactly what my bill ensures.
Once I started learning about all of the ways women and girls struggle to access menstrual hygiene products during their periods, I realized how much I took my own circumstances for granted. I am grateful to be in a position to advocate on this issue and effect change. My bill may be the first effort at addressing menstrual equity on the national stage, but it won’t be the last. Especially not if passionate and talented women like you run for office and promote issues like these when you get there.
We cannot stop until we reach real menstrual equity for women and girls everywhere. Join me in this fight and, together, we can win.
Editor’s Note: The Menstrual Equity for All Act of 2017 (H.R. 972) currently has 21 co-sponsors, all Democrats. Contact your representative to tell him or her to become a co-sponsor.

glassceilingbreakers: Our Laws Period-Shame Women—So I’m Going to Change Them: An op-ed by Congresswoman Grace Meng. Dd you know that th...

Tampon: It's a Tampon. You shove it up your agma. Let's not beat around the bush here OR SHALL WE?! Why the fuck is she cuddling with Tampax at what appears to be a pool that is also the ocean? I want a tampon commercial where the women are fighting zombies or some shit. And they're all beat up and bloody and shoving tampons into bullet wounds to stop the bleeding. And I want one of the ladies to full-on decapitate a zombie with a machete or maybe a scythe And then I want her to look directly into the camera with blood running from an open wound on her forehead and say, For the fighting spirit. A That commercial would win all of the Oscars. That commercial would make more sense that all this faffing about through the fields of daisies and cuddling your fucking tampons bullshit... What are you talking about? I sit by the pool/ocean cuddle my tampons all the fucking time Who wants to start a tampon company with me just so we can make that commercial? What would it be called, Tampocalypse? I'd be game if it were called Tampocalypse reblogging for the priceless notes The Tampocalypse FOR THE FIGHTING SPIRIT Well periods aren't all 'Let me parade around in my motherfucking white bikini at the beach and shake my ass around in front of the hot boys while snuggling my tampon box ITS LITERALLY A BLOOD BATH!! IT'S A WAR! IF YOU GET IN MY WAY, FUCKER I WILL KNOCK YOU THE FUCK OUT! Tampocalypse Reblogging for the comments this is the best chain of comments ever. period. can I be a shareholder? Source: moodgelet genius! i would buy those tampons
Tampon: It's a Tampon. You shove
 it up your
 agma.
 Let's not beat
 around the
 bush here
 OR SHALL
 WE?!
 Why the fuck is
 she cuddling with
 Tampax at what
 appears to be a
 pool that is also the
 ocean?
 I want a tampon
 commercial where
 the women are
 fighting zombies or
 some shit.
 And they're all beat
 up and bloody and
 shoving tampons
 into bullet wounds
 to stop the
 bleeding.
 And I want one of
 the ladies to full-on
 decapitate a
 zombie with a
 machete or maybe
 a scythe
 And then I want
 her to look directly
 into the camera
 with blood running
 from an open
 wound on her
 forehead and say,
 For the fighting
 spirit.
 A That commercial
 would win all of the
 Oscars.
 That commercial would
 make more sense that all
 this faffing about through
 the fields of daisies and
 cuddling your fucking
 tampons bullshit...
 What are you talking about?
 I sit by the pool/ocean cuddle
 my tampons all the fucking time
 Who wants to start a tampon
 company with me just so we can
 make that commercial?
 What would it be called, Tampocalypse?
 I'd be game if it were called
 Tampocalypse
 reblogging for the priceless notes
 The Tampocalypse
 FOR THE FIGHTING SPIRIT
 Well periods aren't all 'Let me parade around in my
 motherfucking white bikini at the beach and shake my ass
 around in front of the hot boys while snuggling my tampon
 box
 ITS LITERALLY A BLOOD BATH!!
 IT'S A WAR!
 IF YOU GET IN MY WAY, FUCKER I WILL KNOCK YOU THE
 FUCK OUT!
 Tampocalypse
 Reblogging for the comments
 this is the best chain of comments ever. period.
 can I be a shareholder?
 Source: moodgelet
genius!  i would buy those tampons

genius! i would buy those tampons

Tampon: 0 MY GIRL'S TALL, SOOOO SHE NEEDS LONG PADS, RIGHH U by Kotex @ubykotex Aug 17 he weirdest thing you've he #stuffguyssay pic.twitter.com/QOuMm9OS7Q Retweet * Favorite Konen Reply Flag media Aleysha Fratella.. an earplugor a wee-wee plug?"лу @ubykotex "is that an earplug or a wee-wee plug?"-my father U by Kotex @ubykotex-8h @aleywey Well that's a new one.. #stuffguyssay RETSMEET FAVORITE 7:03 AM-3 Sep 2014 Details Hide conversation Reply Retweet Favorite More fUCK @ButMomltsAUSTIN-Sep 1 "@ubykotex: What's the weirdest thing you've heard a guy say about periods? #stuffguyssay" that's ok I like alittle ketchup on my hot dog View conversation Hyo @TheKimHyo-Sep 1 stuffguyssay" "how's your red sea E R "@ubykotex: What's the weirdest thing you've heard a guy say about periods? red sea nowing?" #sodong periods? Expand 5 FavoriteM L(0/5)L @belovedziall Aug 29 @ubykotex #stuffguyssay "So do you like reuse tampons?" 9:51 AM -29 Aug 2014 Details Hide conversation わ Reply t7 Retweet ★ Favorite More whitney @whtnerrr Aug 27 @ubykotex "You need more than one tampon per period?1 I thought you just popped one in and waited until it's over!" #stuffguyssay View conversation Reply Re Favorite chamtea: ursamajor: piccolowasablackman: hogwartsisbiggerontheinside: darrencrisscrosschrist: jessicakrh: dollarfries: sex education at its finest HHHHAHAHAAH WHAT “so do tampons make girls feel like they’re having sex all the time?” “It’s every month?” “I thought it just lasted a couple years” “It can go for 5 days in a row?!?!“  “Why don’t guys uteruses shed?” *upon seeing a pad* “Why did someone flatten this tampon?” “Why are tampons so little and pads are like mini diapers!” “You mean you can’t buy one pack and be good for six months?” “Why are they 7.69 for 10!!” “Can’t you like fake being pregnant and stop it?” crying laughing omigod CAN’T YOU JUST FAKE BEING PREGNANG AND STOP IT
Tampon: 0
 MY GIRL'S TALL,
 SOOOO SHE NEEDS
 LONG PADS, RIGHH
 U by Kotex @ubykotex Aug 17
 he weirdest thing you've he
 #stuffguyssay pic.twitter.com/QOuMm9OS7Q
 Retweet * Favorite
 Konen
 Reply
 Flag media

 Aleysha Fratella.. an earplugor a wee-wee plug?"лу
 @ubykotex "is that an earplug or a wee-wee plug?"-my father
 U by Kotex @ubykotex-8h
 @aleywey Well that's a new one.. #stuffguyssay
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 fUCK @ButMomltsAUSTIN-Sep 1
 "@ubykotex: What's the weirdest thing you've heard a guy say about periods?
 #stuffguyssay" that's ok I like alittle ketchup on my hot dog
 View conversation
 Hyo @TheKimHyo-Sep 1
 stuffguyssay" "how's your red sea
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 "@ubykotex: What's the weirdest thing you've heard a guy say about periods?
 red sea nowing?" #sodong periods?
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sex education at its finest

HHHHAHAHAAH WHAT

“so do tampons make girls feel like they’re having sex all the time?”

“It’s every month?”
“I thought it just lasted a couple years”
“It can go for 5 days in a row?!?!“ 
“Why don’t guys uteruses shed?”
*upon seeing a pad* “Why did someone flatten this tampon?”

“Why are tampons so little and pads are like mini diapers!”
“You mean you can’t buy one pack and be good for six months?”
“Why are they 7.69 for 10!!”
“Can’t you like fake being pregnant and stop it?”

crying laughing omigod

CAN’T YOU JUST FAKE BEING PREGNANG AND STOP IT

chamtea: ursamajor: piccolowasablackman: hogwartsisbiggerontheinside: darrencrisscrosschrist: jessicakrh: dollarfries: sex educati...