Periods AND pregnancies? Sometimes life can be a bit of a disappointment. Luckily there are satirical cards to cheer up anyone and everything.
English people will like this t-shirt even more. Why?
Menopause, menstrual cramps, mental breakdowns. Do all problems begin with men?
Perfect for menstrual off-days, these big black knickers from Knickerocker.
Word for Word makes Social Alert buttons for every occasion.
Belgian designer Walter Raes (based in London) once stated he could turn any sort of rubbish into a wearable piece of clothing. (…)
Black pen on white paper. That’s all Sarah Andersen needs for her catching semi-autobiographical cartoons.
Show her that you care. Send her a funky card from the Uterus series by Joan and Rose.
If you don’t know it, you probably won’t see it: but the jewellery collection by Lili Murphy-Johnson has something to do with menstruation frustration.
We all have someone on the same cycle. That’s why these bracelets come as a set of two.
These Shark Week Undies are perfect for warding off unwanted visitors during that time of the month.
Most of the times we hide our tampons, somewhere in a coat pocket or concealed in a colourful little bag. But why?
Where to leave them? Well, this felt tampon pouch is certainly an option. We bet it brings a smile on your face no matter how much your period sucks.
Your menstruation as a fashion statement? It’s possible with this humoristic clutch, hair clip and necklace of the Dutch label Rommydebommy. Fun!
On your period? Congrats, here’s the perfect greeting card for this bloody occasion. From Knotty Cards,
For some, this t-shirt will be nothing more special than showing a vintage tape with oldies on it.
A pouch with the text Vampire Teabags, Shark Week or Bloody Hell. The perfect semi-discrete place to store tampons, sanitary towels and/or menstrual cups.
We bet your school planner doesn’t have a period tracker. That’s where this Pink Shark and Panties Period Tracker Stickers might fit in.
This feminine wooden ovary necklace designed by Sæunn Kjartansdóttir is a subtle way to celebrate your femininity. Period!
Cunt Dracula, Bloody Hell, Sour Puss: the names alone are reason enough to collect the cartoon style Period Panties of Harebrained Inc.