Free bleeding ?

Free bleeding ?

26 posts
5 Feb 2014
Iconic
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Iconic
http://modernwomandigest.com/disturbing-new-feminist-trend-free-bleeding/


Nothing agains women's power but this it like not wiping your nose when you have a nosebleed isnt it ? would get very unconfortable ?
Posted 5 Feb 2014
Sdeve
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Sdeve
Scanning he whole article, it seems to be one set of utter lunatics criticising another, different, set of lunatics.

Posted 5 Feb 2014
Crippen
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Crippen
Well, I guess if that's what some women wish to do, then it's up to them. It's their bodies after all. In just the same way I can shit myself in public, if I ever have the desire to do so. It's one way to get a train seat all to yourself. But the phase --- “man” made inventions, intended to inadvertently rape a woman during her period', --- points not feminist thinking, but to third world religious bullshit. Either way, I can't see it catching on, in the same way Skateboards or the Hula-hoop did. Dave
Posted 5 Feb 2014
Socialdisaster
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Socialdisaster
"The second, being that tampons, pads, and other feminine hygiene products are “man” made inventions, intended to inadvertently rape a woman during her period, thus furthering her victim status as a woman living in a world run by men." some people NEED a slap i can imagine shops / cinemas / trains / buses and so on might have a lot to say about this.
Posted 5 Feb 2014
anomie
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anomie
Hahahahahahaha I'm sorry but that is hilarious! I'm definitely going to stop using tampons so I'm not raped by the phallic, cotton wool instruments of patriarchy *sarcasm*


For the record it would be uncomfortable, icky and itchy. I doubt anyone would be able to cope like that unless they were purely thriving from the public reaction to it. I don't think the comparison would be nose bleeding (as that would be really thin) but more like having snot down your face.

The person writing that is more than a little patronising though. At the end of the day it is the persons choice what they do.

There was another women who did a 30 day sew from wool inserted into her vagina..
Posted 5 Feb 2014
Edited by anomie 5 Feb 2014
Iconic
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Iconic
anomie



There was another women who did a 30 day sew from wool inserted into her vagina..


now that is digusting

Posted 5 Feb 2014
SMILESPHOTO
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SMILESPHOTO
Sheds a different light on the expression 'sheep shagging' though!

Posted 5 Feb 2014
Sdeve
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Sdeve
OK, I'll have to ask. What's a 30 day sew?
Posted 5 Feb 2014
PeterH
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PeterH
Sdeve

OK, I'll have to ask. What's a 30 day sew?


http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/vagina-knitting-art-casey-jenkins-2937041

P
lease remember she's an artist though, and show all due reverance.
Posted 6 Feb 2014
RedChecker
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RedChecker
PeterH


Please remember she's an artist though, and show all due reverance.


LOL
Posted 6 Feb 2014
Sdeve
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Sdeve
I'm sure she is an artist. There's a huge difference though between a bad artist and a great artist. For those that don't know, a great artist is one who never gets into the Tate Modern.

Posted 6 Feb 2014
RedChecker
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RedChecker
Sdeve

a great artist is one who never gets into the Tate Modern.


That's a shame, I quite liked seeing some of the Dali, Picasso and Lowry paintings there (among others).  I thought the Gilbert & George exhibition a few years ago was also superb.
Posted 6 Feb 2014
flashysnapper
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flashysnapper
PeterH

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/vagina-knitting-art-casey-jenkins-2937041

P
lease remember she's an artist though, and show all due reverance.




 Go to the link and scroll down the page and click on the link for the chinese paper artist Li Hongbo, for some interesting art.


Posted 6 Feb 2014
Rawandthecooked
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Rawandthecooked
I think the home of the free bleeding is, surely,pp?

Posted 6 Feb 2014
anomie
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anomie
I read an actual feminist blog on the subject and it sounded a lot more.. sane. It was more saying that women should get used to what their bodies do naturally and accept it rather than feel ashamed of something that's perfectly natural. (Not go bleed all over themselves in public)

Here's the link to the second one I read:

http://community.feministing.com/2012/08/27/letting-ourselves-bleed/


Posted 7 Feb 2014
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