Did you know? During World War 1, army nurses realised that bandages made of wood pulp could also be used as menstrual pads. Tampons also have a link with the war industry. (…)
Haha, April Fool’s day. Period! has a look at menstruation-themed hoaxes.
Of course you can bathe. You should bathe. But take care and don’t catch a cold. In 1946, Walt Disney gave menstrual education. (…)
Do you know who I am?’ a drunk John Lennon asked a waitress of the Troubadour nightclub in West-Hollywood forty years ago when she refused to serve him any longer. ‘Sure,’ her reaction was: ‘Some asshole with a Kotex on his head.’ (…)
She was the first real-life woman appearing in a commercial for sanitary towels: Elizabeth ‘Lee’ Miller (1907-1977). In the twenties she was a successful model in New York. (…)
Attractive. Strong but also soft. Tender. Reliable. The ideal man is a sanitary napkin, so do we see in a Chinese commercial.