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Why Everyone Should Talk About Periods
Posted by: The We Love Wipes Team on Jul 13 2015
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Jose Garcia took to Instagram with a post all about how men should support women by carrying around pads and tampons, because you just never know when someone might need one.
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In his post he wrote “If you have a girlfriend or are friends with a girl, you should know that they do not always have tampons or pads on them or that sometimes their period just hits without notice and have a bit of a problem finding one. We should support them with this, after all, we don't have to go trough all they do because of menstruation, so it's just logical that we help them… #realmensupportwomen” And we here at we love wipes couldn't agree more!
Periods are such a taboo topic, especially amongst males who don’t experience them! And we think that it shouldn’t be the case. So we ask why are periods a taboo?
All women get them, and everyone knows they exist, but we never talk openly about them. Why? Because that’s what we have been taught, from parents and grandparents, who were taught when they were young, ‘you don't talk about periods or vaginas’. They have passed this motto on to us.
However with sanitary products and feminine wipes adverts all over on TV and women becoming more and more open, why do we continue on thinking it’s taboo to talk about something we can’t help happening every month? During periods women deal with a lot of things from cramps and nausea, to having to stay hygienic, and making sure that its not obvious they are on their period, and sometimes we just want to be open about how we feel.
So grab the sanitary wipes and talk to people, your friends, family and even work colleagues. Discuss what your favorite products are, you never know they may have a holy grail product you’ve never tried, and even let them know when you are dealing with period symptoms, they could have a home remedy you’ve never thought off.