Regardless of nationality, race or religion, half of the world’s population all share in this experience. So, why is there still such a stigma surrounding the subject?
So last week I had to use a public toilet to change my tampon. I was already feeling cranky and annoyed. And this toilet certainly didn’t help with that. There was no toilet roll. The toilet didn’t flush. And the floor was well, let’s just say I’ve seen cleaner scrap yards.
Have you ever found that periods have interrupted your sex life? This doesn’t have to be the case; you can reduce the number of periods you have. Just speak to your doctor about your contraceptive options, or find out more on our contraception page.
Cramps? Check. Bloated? Check. Craving sex and nothing you can do about it? Think again. Let’s set the record straight. Period sex is absolutely fine. You might even feel better for it, but there are a few precautions that you might want to take.
Our world is an exciting mix of countries and cultures, sights and sounds, people and places. But there is one thing that is constant. Sex.
Breaking news! The convenient, compact, colourful bag I put my tampons / pads in to nip to the bathroom has become redundant. That’s right ladies. Today, some of the options out there when it comes to sanitary protection don’t even need to be smuggled into the toilet! Shame, because I really liked that bag.