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Periods around the world

Supported, banished, removed from school. If I had my period around the world, what would my life be like?

08/31/2017 12:00 AM
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  • Daniel I.
    12/28/2017 01:25

    If feminists focused on issues like this and the oppression of women by islam instead of 'manspreading' or 'mansplaining' or attacking Father's Day then they might regain some respect and admiration.

  • Karina J.
    12/28/2017 01:33

    We did the same in Europe.

  • Adina W.
    12/28/2017 01:37

    whoa

  • Sheryl C.
    12/28/2017 02:00

    I am a woman. And I think this is B.S. They need to toughen up.Americans do. Bunch of pansies.

  • Travis S.
    12/28/2017 02:44

    God's favorites lmfao... There is no god!

  • Bernarka H.
    12/28/2017 03:06

    Suck it up!

  • Lupualani D.
    12/28/2017 03:13

    Can we still get together and sew sanitary pads as an Ohana?

  • Lynn M.
    12/28/2017 03:51

    Women and girls in Canada who struggle with low incomes or poverty will often miss school because they can't afford napkins etc. this is not just a Third World problem.

  • Mikael P.
    12/28/2017 06:19

    I was a bout to share But "Nothing happens to boys" Soldiers? Petty. Very interesting subject.

  • Eamon O.
    12/28/2017 06:37

    Hahaha just had to throw that in at the end. Lol What a joke. Hahaha

  • Tim E.
    12/28/2017 07:34

    Nothing happens to boys? How convenient they forgot the worlds no1 male problem. Man flu. I hope they don’t change genders then suffer this horrific illness.

  • Thea C.
    12/28/2017 08:07

    Vicky jeg kan ikke komme på arbejde imorgen, er på menstruations break i Zambia

  • Red S.
    12/28/2017 09:11

    Lmfao 😂😂😂

  • Wilbert M.
    12/28/2017 09:51

    Where do you guys get this stuff ? Hilarious. Love your page for humor.

  • Annie-Rose L.
    12/28/2017 10:34

    I’m moving to japan

  • Thomas P.
    12/28/2017 13:03

    While I wholeheartedly agree with Women having time off for menstrual pain, I have this awful feeling it would make them less employable to high powered companies due to loss of productivity/loss of profit. That is the real shame here.

  • Sherry A.
    12/28/2017 17:33

    :(

  • Ryan R.
    12/28/2017 20:02

    Nothing happens to boys? Hmmm... the draft? Selective service? Different names but are exactly the same...yet, women don't have to sign up for that... you want equality? Then don't complain and beg for time off just because you have your time of the month. This is just another attention seeking strategy to "make" men feel sorry for women.

  • Brittany C.
    12/28/2017 20:13

    Annette Tézli

  • Natalie M.
    12/28/2017 20:47

    The majority of these comments are from men, which to me seems the definition of mansplaining.