Homeless menstruation. How to feel like a woman when a toilet is a dream, underwear is a luxury, and you have to beg for sanitary pads?

Have you ever seen a homeless person on the street in a flowery dress? In makeup? Wearing high heels? Magdalena Borowiec from the “Pogotowie Społeczne” Association talks about how difficult it is to take care of your femininity when your home is on the street.

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Fuchsia friend

They disappear from the world for a few days a month. We treat menstruating women with disabilities as big children who should be locked up at home. The “Fuchsia Lady” project has proven that it doesn’t have to be this way.

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Shattered. It would be nice if the coaches knew which girl is on her period when.

“Four weeks before the Olympics in Rio, I had a very strong period after a few months’ break. I was shattered. At the most important event in my life, I was hormonally disrupted. Physical effort was the last thing my body wanted to do,” says Angelika Cichocka, a Polish runner.

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Her orgasm speaks of me

A new group of men started to visit sexologists’ offices. The ones that take full responsibility for their partner’s orgasm. That’s nice of them, but this isn’t the way forward.

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After the divorce, I called myself an independent mother. Because “lonely” (single) sounds like sad and abandoned

Non-single mothers, i.e. those who live in relationships with their children’s fathers, are often more overwhelmed than the single ones, because the child’s father is also a child

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