Periods In Media & Its Shocking Evolution

Adventures Of Pads And Menstruation in Advertisements

Before the market’s onset in 1930s America, women primarily relied on homemade pads and natural stuff, like clothes or rags. When advertising started, it dominated the visualization of period culture.

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The word ‘period’ is dirty! This is not meant for public discussion.

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