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What is Menstrual Fluid and what does it Look Like?

What is menstrual fluid? Only about half of menstrual fluid is blood (the rest is cervical mucus, vaginal secretions and endometrial tissue). The blood contains sodium, calcium, phosphate, iron, and chloride. The vaginal fluids contain water, common electrolytes, organ moieties, and at least … Continue reading

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Dictionary Definitions of Genitalia part 1

Below is a comparison of different dictionary definitions of “Vagina” and “Penis”. The way these words are defined is very interesting. Not one of the definitions of ‘vagina’ mention its sexual function or it’s menstrual function. Only 1 of the 6 … Continue reading

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“Red Moon” documentary about menstruation

The documentary Red Moon (2010) looks awesome! I really want to see this:

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Menstruation on Screen

Menstruation in Film: Generally, when movies depict people using restrooms or bathrooms they show women going to apply makeup, and men going to urinate. Anything to do with women actually using toilets is almost never depicted in movies (unless they … Continue reading

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