Honestly, I never used a menstrual cup myself. I am on a birth control for over 3 years. And my gynecologist allowed me to not have periods at all. So I don’t.
However, I am very much into women health issues and destigmatization periods.
The comic itself is under the cut.
I woke up this morning and found a few mentions of myself on instagram. Girls that I barely know saying that I am inspiring, that I am the person they are looking up to.
I am very interested in books for kids lately, for my own personal reasons and also because I am making something for kids myself now.
So I am looking for some inspiration here. Can you maybe recommend some books you liked as a kid, or maybe books your kids read and like? Looking mostly for stuff that can be interesting for 5-12 y.o. people.
Really cool if it would also not contain any sexist bullshit and be generally interesting and deep rather than wholesome and preachy.
Really cool if it would be connected somehow with ecology, plants, animals, environment or arts and crafts. But not necessarily.
Reading a few books from my own childhood right now, just in case there was some sexist bullshit in it, and I just didn’t see it. Going to post about them later.
This post is not connected to anything I’ve written before.
I am just wondering to what extent nudity is connected to sex. I mean, the naked body exists under your clothes all the time. It’s there when you are at work, or when you are walking down the street. And we know everybody has a naked body under their clothes…
Also. If nudity were so sexual, wouldn’t we all be constantly horny on the beach? I don’t know about you, but I am not. I am attracted to some people, sure, but I am attracted also to plenty of fully dressed people every day. So no connection to nudity here.
I am confused. I also kind of feel like the Instagram/facebook policy about nudity is weird and only creates a really unhealthy environment, in which the human body is seen as something dirty/forbidden/illegal (you name it).