If you had been an extra-terrestrial who landed on Earth anytime up to now couple of many years, and watched some TV ads, you could suppose that when a month human ladies produced blue liquid from their vaginas.
Manufacturers of sanitary merchandise – prepared to reveal the absorbent homes of their pads and tampons – looked as if it would consider most of the people (part of who’re their target audience and know exactly what is popping out down there) could not take care of seeing the rest that resembled exact period blood.
So an appreciative nod will have to move to Bodyform who’ve launched an advert changing the ever-present blue liquid with a crimson one.
While a advertising and marketing transfer by means of a massive company is rarely a feminist revolution, it is development of varieties. And if other folks (together with some ladies) are a bit ‘grossed out by means of it’, I believe that is just right factor too.
Because sessions are bloody, and messy. An sudden one can spoil your bedsheets, damage a pair of knickers, go away you scrubbing a stain out of a skirt. (Always use chilly water – sizzling water ‘bakes’ it in). Anyone who is needed to scrub a bed with a damp fabric is aware of that dried on period blood is a cussed fucker.
If handiest the primary day of your period used to be as neat and tidy as gently pouring a take a look at tube of blue liquid onto a pad.
So, here is to extra truthful, practical promoting of sanitary merchandise. We must spend our hard-earned money in this shit, so the least those corporations can do is pay a (feminine) promoting govt to get a hold of one thing which does not sanitise our physically stories into a lab experiment however recognizes the truth of having to take care of your uterine lining expelling by means of your fanny as soon as a month.