Send this to a friend Your email Recipient email Send Cancel. Feminists that want free tampons and pads need to more effectively support their cause, though. That's the original link I found: I had always thought of pads as more of an old-fashioned product because all of the girls I'd been with intimately enough to know about their preferences seemed to use tampons. So it changes your wardrobe.
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I know it's not logical and they're safe, but I'm a big wuss. Stars Screen Binge Culture Media. The last thing I would have wanted was explaining to the supermarket manager I was on my period I woke up, half on Emerson, half on Hadley. I have to say that she felt very ashamed to ask me this as, supposedly, it is not common for an Indian girl to ask some male to buy sanitary pads. I didn't know of this. In India, girls are asked to stay hush about their periods, not talk about it.
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When I got up there was a huge red puddle under me and I tried to clean it up with out my mom or brother knowing. We Welcome Your Feedback. In addition to the fact that pads look bulky, they feel like you're wearing a diaper. At least with a tampon, you can be a little more subtle about your secret and your pad-diaper won't completely ruin the mood. So when I get to my dads house I realise the zipper on my bag is broken so you can see inside it. Get the best LittleThings. Single Dad Laughing by Dan Pearce.
Sometimes, pads are called sanitary pads or sanitary napkins. It's very important that you change your tampon every few hours, even if your period is light. They can be shortened and even sometimes avoided. But remember that this problem is very rare and most women never become ill from using tampons. Or if that thought is not good enough, consider this one: