I have these little scented wipes kind of like baby wipes, wet and a little soapy that I carry around with me in my purse, and I use those after first wiping with the toilet paper. Good luck! You carry around wipes with you? I suppose it is possible. Everytime we pee we have to wipe and if we are wet down their I can see how some paper could get torn and left there by mistake.
And OMG "oral duties" That is where you rank it in the relm of things. I would tell you to forget the oral duties and get used to the using your own hand on yourself duties! Those things are not meant to be seen by our men. If you guys had to wipe urine from your hairy balls about times per day, you would be in the same boat, fortunately you have hoses that extend from the body. I, myself, will pay more attention to that now that it has been brought up.
I've never heard anyone bring that up before. But I'm definitely aware of the problem and take care of it whether anyone is going to be down there or not. It grosses me out and I want it gone immediately, hahaha.
I'm sure some girls remain blissfully ignorant to this issue though. Xper 6. Some girls have never heard of this problem, but that's because some of us are gentlemen and don't want to spoil things. Ladies, please pay attention to your personal hygene. I have never had that problem with any women I've been with Sign Up Now!
Sort Girls First Guys First. I know you are trying to make a difference and solve your little problem It's not just about periods; it's about activism, friendship, and bullying. Three teenagers take a new kid under their wing after she gets her period at school and all her classmates start taunting her and calling her Bloody Mary because it went through her pants.
The four of them quickly become close and realize how unfair it is that the pad machine is never stocked AND it costs money. They decide they want to try and change that but they don't know how. A beautiful graphic novel that is a must read for teenagers, teachers, parents; and women of all ages.
Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 64 7 , 4. No current Talk conversations about this book. When Sasha, a new student at their school, has a period emergency, friends Brit, Abby, and Christine come to her rescue. A book devoted to menstruation? First, what were the bully girls on?
DestDest Mar 6, High school sophomores Abby, Brit, and Christine adopt a new girl into their friend group when Sasha is being made fun of for getting her period in the school hallway. JennyArch Feb 11, I wish I had this graphic novel when I was younger! You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. Abby Sinclair. I remember seeing stains in my underwear when I woke up that were too close to the front to be poop stains.
I called for my mom. She explained that I had just started my period. I was confused and scared because I didn't know what that meant and wondered what was happening to my body. Soon after, my middle school had a Sex-Ed class and I found out why periods exist. I remember being in the bathroom in my elementary school, and looking down at my underwear and knowing what was happening, but not knowing what to do about it.
For some reason, I figured the nurse wouldn't have any pads or supplies, so I created a diaper out of toilet paper and wore that around for the entire school day until I got home. Luckily for me, I had been pretty educated on the whole ordeal, so I wasn't necessarily scared. I had a rush of excitement for a bit, as I knew it meant that I was 'officially a woman. I was in school when it happened, but it was towards the end of the day, so I didn't go to the nurse probably also because I was embarrassed.
We had the pad and tampon machines in school, but they never actually had products in them. I went home after school and just sat on my bed and put on pajamas and talked to my mom for a little about it. I felt a little cheated having only 13 years of period freedom. But I was the third one of my friends to get it, so I knew what to expect. I'm lucky that my mom prepared me really well for the experience. I had been given a book about it when I was younger and I wasn't really afraid.
I was I had gone to dinner with my friends and their mom after school and found a brown stain in my underwear. I stuffed toilet paper down there and didn't tell anyone, praying that they'd take me home soon. I was so embarrassed as I was the first of my friends to start my period. I sat down to use the toilet, and when I stood up, I noticed a red tint in my urine.
Almost immediately after, I felt a sharp pain in my lower abdomen. I felt as though I was undergoing the transformation into a newborn vampire. The excruciating pain and crippling fear disappeared the minute my mother revealed that I had gotten my first period. Talk about social distancing.
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