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On 28 May, it's Menstrual Health Day, which means - surprise! And, this year, there's more than ever to talk about. Menstrual Health Day - also known as Menstrual Hygiene Day - was started because women and girls in low-income countries often suffer from poor menstrual hygiene, because of the costs and availability of period products, as well as social taboos. I'm lucky enough to have been able to take period products and good sanitation for granted all these years - but there's still a lot of new menstrual tech that I'd never even heard of before. Given that I have an extremely heavy flow, I value reliable protection and always turn to the same combination: tampons, a hot water bottle, and paracetamol.

Goodbye tampons - the new period tech has arrived

Breaking the Hymen: 9 Facts about Hymens and "Virginity" | Teen Vogue

The concept of " virginity " for people with vaginas has a complicated history, and has often been incorrectly linked to breaking the hymen. Bleeding after sexual intercourse was incorrectly thought to be proof of an unbroken hymen, and thus, proof that a person had not had sex before. The reality, however, is that the state of your hymen has nothing to do with sexual activity. With the help of Dr. Jessica Shepherd , a board-certified ob-gyn and a spokesperson for Paragard, and Alexandra Eisler , a health and sex educator from Healthy Teen Network, we're going to separate fact from fiction and explain what a hymen is, how a hymen breaks, and its complicated relationship with the historical concept of virginity. Read on for 9 facts you need to know about this tiny tissue.

The 10 Best Period Panties of 2021

Best Overall: Thinx Air Hiphugger at shethinx. Best Thong: Knix Leakproof Thong at knix. Ten years ago, women relied on tampons or pads for protection during their menstrual cycle. In recent years, however, period panties—underwear designed to absorb period blood—have surged in popularity. So what exactly are period panties, anyway?
Though perhaps the most talked about moment in the blockbuster book, it was left out of the film adaptation. The final cut had plenty of nudity, sex, bondage, and violence, but it did not have periods. Though a monthly normalcy for around two billion people worldwide, menstruation rarely appears in American popular culture. These depictions mirror, and likely influence, how Americans feel about menstruation. Because many men are squeamish about periods, and regard them as a sexual inconvenience, women are conditioned to avoid the subject—and to conceal their periods at all costs, lest they be seen bleeding.