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On Sex, Giving Birth, Excretion

Not pleasant dinner conversation perhaps, but this trifecta—sex, birth, excretion—are the essence of life. Yet for a long time I found myself unable to view them without a certain degree of disgust. 1,307 more words

Thoughts On Life & Existence

Menstrual Blood on Instagram

I just read a great interview with Jennifer Williams who runs the @menstrual.blood Instagram account, which I have now requested to follow.

I’ve seen plenty of examples of Instagram deleting photos, suspending accounts, all because it seems that they have a little problem with things like pubic hair, female nipples and menstrual blood. 98 more words


Continuing my Post on Autumnal Equinox, Opposites and Slip Sliding Away on In To the Blood Moon

So yesterday morning, way before my husband took off to the Emergency Room to confirm that he has a painful blood clot in his leg, I was laying in my Moon Lodge with my cheek against the floor. 913 more words


Why is a Photo of Menstrual Blood Considered Inappropriate to Put on the Media?

In today’s Western society menstrual fluid is usually considered disgusting and very private. This is probably because of the region of the body that it is excreted from and all the taboos that come with it. 191 more words

Donald Trump... painted with menstrual blood

Portland, OR-based artist Sarah Levy has created a compelling portrait of GOP Presidential front runner Donald Trump, however while most portraits try to be flattering, Levy has created hers out of an unusual medium… menstrual blood! 64 more words


An artist has painted a portrait of Donald Trump – using menstrual blood.

Inspired by The Donald’s general ability to p*** everyone off, self-described ‘journalist, activist and artist’ Sarah Levy patiently waited for her period to come before getting to work. 149 more words


Top 10 disgusting and feminists ideas ever

Let’s have a look how feminists look like?

1-  The UK

Feminist Kiran Gandhi,  ran this year’s London Marathon without any sanitary protection in a bid to ” end the stigma surrounding women’s periods”. 783 more words