Last week, I found myself at eating place Gratitude in Los Angeles, eating a gluten-free quick bread and fuming about gender, as one does in 2016. On the receiving end of my rant was my friend “Lori,” a 23-year-old MFA student studying curious theory. I was locution something like, “Sure, it’s nerveless that we live in this post-everything world where gender is period of play and hetero-normativity is off-trend and all the rules of sexuality have been thrown out the window. But we’re also organism forced to ask ourselves approximately serious questions.
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6 Things Everyone Believes About Period Sex That Are Absolutely Not True
First and first because unwell women (at least, a lot of us) tend to be are—how do I put this delicately? And I don't mean "just saw a picture of Tom Hardy with a puppy" horny. I'm talking about "spit on my vagina, spank me on the ass, and call me the filthiest thing you can think of in a foreign language" horny. Unfortunately for everyone, there's a stigma attached to having sex with a menstruating woman. The puritanical, vagina-fearing society we live in has taught us that this natural judicial writ a woman's body goes through is somehow disgusting or shameful.