I am nasty like my bloodstains on my bed sheets. We don’t actually choose if and when to have our periods. Believe me if we could some of us would. We do not like throwing away our favorite pairs of underpants. Tell me, why are pads and tampons still taxed when Viagra and Rogaine are not? Is your erection really more than protecting the sacred messy part of my womanhood? Is the bloodstain on my jeans more embarrassing than the thinning of your hair?
As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
A caller on Rush Limbaugh stated that he could not believe the media coverage of the Women's March on Washington DC, led by Ashley Judd, Madonna and whatever else has beens who descended on America, as what he experienced with his grandchildren, was the worst filth he could ever have imagined.
Considering Ashley Judd was deranged, ranting a poem about tampon taxes and menstrual blood on bedding, it is hard to imagine what was coming out of these women, although the following photos typify he Ashley Judd March.
The first was something about Save Our Orangutans which George Soros apparently has reams of footage of.
The next liberal female protester was attempting to retaliate on old men at the US Capitol in draining them of all bodily fluids. As no death's were reported, this protester apparently failed.
Next up is this protester from another Soros group called UPSKIRT, something about Simians, bananas, women and hating men.
Un Primates Seeking Knowledge In Revolutionary Times.
Then there was this ABC Eye in the Sky Reporterette being covered by CNN.
This was taken I think down by the canal, another Soros group, Pussies for Pooches. They apparently have a novel grape jelly tampon that dogs just love. No ABC action report if this is why Ashley Judd was so upset about having a dry womb and no need for jelly tampons any more
Finally, this protestor collapsed on the lawn of the Martin Luther King jr. memorial and it was reported by ABC that one of the Pooches for Pussies sprinted over and attempted to revive her.
The most disturbing reality is Ashley Judd and all of these other females at the protest had spent 2 hours that morning, to emerge in public, looking this ghastly, and they thought this was their best attractive.
Oh and apparently Ashley Judd and her bitchy porn poem authorette are ignorant of medical advances, as there are responsible procedures to stop pregnancies before they happen, and to keep liberal women from throwing away their favorite panties due to menstrual cycles.
Normal women just do not wear the frilly stuff when their period is due, but apparently Ashley Judd never considered that responsible planning.
I'm 29, unmarried, and I've never had kids. Four months ago, I underwent a tubal ligation and hydrothermal endometrial ablation. Basically, the surgeon seared off my endometrial lining with hot water, which will stop my period until my lining grows back (about 5 years).
Many young women think that tubal ligation is available only to those who have had children, and I was unaware that there were ways to opt out of my period. I'd love to answer questions about the procedure, aftercare, etc.
More about endometrial ablation: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/test_procedures/gynecology/endometrial_ablation_92,P07774/
Insurance was a breeze; thanks to the Affordable Care Act, tubal ligation is covered 100%; no deductible, copay, etc. Check with your insurance on that; there are still some exceptions. Many insurance customer service reps aren't very knowledgeable about the Affordable Care Act, so you might have to press it. After insurance, my ablation cost about $450.
Both procedures are permanent; I will not be able to get pregnant again, even after 5 years when my period starts again. Had I gotten the ablation without the tubal ligation I suppose I could get pregnant, but my endometrial lining would probably be too thin to support an egg; I'd probably miscarry.
I haven't completely gotten rid of my periods, but going on Seasonique has been awesome, because I only get four a year, I know exactly when they'll be, and I can even move them around if I need to by starting a new pill pack to postpone the week of my period.