Time to talk periods
Hello my Phat friends! Glad to have you back and if this is your first time visiting then welcome to my blog. Today’s post is about something extremely natural that a lot of people find “icky” and refuse to talk about it. Today’s post is about “the elmo”, “your rag” , “your flow” “your period aka menstrual cycle”. So for people who get disgusted easily this post is about uterus blood. Take that as you will.
Okay, so it’s no secret that heavier people tend to have heavier menstrual cycles. Let’s face it, you cant be this fabulous without having a curse every now and again.
This is just ridiculous!
I’d like to talk about how ridiculous pad sizes have become. I honestly don’t know who they make these for. I have the cycle from Hell so naturally I bought heavy pads, they were tiny.
The average woman is a size 14, so if they are not making pads for the “average woman” just who are they making them for? Before someone points it out I also realize that not just women have periods, it also includes members of the trans community, non binary, gender fluid and those who do not gender identify.
When did it all start?
I started my period very young, I was 9. Yes, it sucked. I remember running to and from the house to the bathroom because I didn’t know why this was happening. I wasn’t scared or grossed out, just mostly confused.
I didn’t learn till a year later what it was…. ya, I hid that fucker for a year. Thinking about that now it seems pretty nuts.
I would get severe cramping and back pain. It was horrible.
I always loved the commercials they had for menstrual products. It would have some woman running through a feild a flowers because apparently that’s what people who are on their period do.
Or how they always wear white bottoms, whether it’s a skirt, pants or shorts. I steer clear of white clothes on a regular day, I most definitely will NOT wear white bottoms while on my period.
Yes, this really happened
So to build on the above paragraphs I have always had a very heavy menstrual cycle. In grade 5 (on picture day I might add) I stupidly thought it would be a fantastic idea to wear all white. Yes, I had my period, and to make things worse I never noticed.
Just to paint a picture here, white jeans, blood all over the ass, and obviously the front. At that time I did not willingly use public restrooms (unless it was a emergency), so naturally not having peed all day I never noticed that my white jeans were covered in blood.
It actually was not brought to my attention till after school. Yep…….. I went all day with blood soaked white jeans.
Naturally the jeans didn’t survive and were thrown out and I never made the mistake of wearing white jeans ever again!
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Till next time