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Why Don’t We Talk About Periods?

A PSA to normalize periods and fight the stigma

Photo by Monika Kozub on Unsplash

I was in my late teens and my mom and I were on a road trip with her friend and their family. I felt my period make its grand appearance, so I told my mom and asked her if we’d be stopping at a gas station soon since I needed pads. She called out to her friend’s husband, who was driving, and asked if he could pull over so she…

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Tessa Char

Tessa Char

Mental wellness advocate via MindTerra | (W)righting the wrongs in the world in justice, feminism, dating, self-help, and well-life. https://linktr.ee/tessachar

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