For those who have periods
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Was looking for a clique for those of us who enjoy wearing maxipads. Thanks to Christie's help here is an icon that some of you may enjoy. I hope this works as I just became acquainted with cliques a short time ago and received a lot of help from Christie and littlemissalexis. Thank you ladies.



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maddymatt
awesome icon, im on "my period" at the moment :) I add the icon soon
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NotSoButchBelinda
I have one... admittedly it's the kind imposed by my ovaries, but I do have one, so count me in!
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NotSoButchBelinda
...ugh, PMS sucks. All I wanna do is cry and sleep, and maybe eat. If any of you wanna listen to really sad music or watch something like Schindler's list in moral support it'd be preciated'
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NotSoButchBelinda
I got mine today, a week late, I think it's adjusting to match my new girlfriend's cycle, and she's on birthcontrol... meaning I'm trying to predict when mine will be so we can get them synched up (ah the joys of lesbianism hehe) so it's just like a fun fun game of "...when am I bleeding"
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elaine
I feel so out of sorts today. I'm sure I'll be on my "period" soon. Can't wait for my discharge to happen!
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Blissy_Bijou
I am a biofemme who always hated my period until I read some interesting feminist literature that made me appreciate it a little more.
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victoria
Hi all
I see there are very few messages in this clique. How terrible. I have just started my period yesterday and am feeling a little yucky! Please don't get me wrong, I love having my period!! I love discussing it with people and trying to improve the experience. I believe all of us Gurls should have periods. I started at 13, when I caught my cousin wearing a belt and napkin. She allowed me to dress as I wished when staying at her home and when dressed as a girl we shared the bathroom and all things feminine. When I saw her in her belt and napkin she had to explain periods to me and as I so desperately wanted to be as close to being female as I could she allowed me to experience a weekend period. I felt so feminine and it was like I was really becoming a woman. Every movement going about my morning routine and feeling that napkin between my legs was wonderful. Going out for our walk that afternoon I was sure everyone we passed just knew I was having my period. I had not been nervous about going out en femme for several years until then. That day we went to the drug store and I had to buy my own napkins and belt I began to get some idea of what women go through each month. It was a little embarrassing to have to go to the check out and let every body see that you are on your period and what you are using. My cousin told the check out lady I had just started and she congratulated me on becoming a woman. I felt so happy but sad knowing it would have to come to an end the next evening. Back at her house she had me change MY napkin and use MY own belt. I had to change when she did. She had a very heavy period so between then and bed I had to change 2 times and again before getting into bed. The next day I came down stairs for breakfast and she asked me if I had changed my napkin. I told her I wasn't wearing one as I would be going home that day. I was told in no uncertain terms to go upstairs and put a napkin on and that until I left the house to go home I would be expected to change when needed like any young lady would. That was the first time she ever referred to me as a young lady.

Things developed from there till I eventualy started having a full time period, each month at 15. That was the next big step in my journey to womanhood. It was a struggle to get Mother to accept the fact that I wanted to be feminine. She knew I liked wearing female clothing but was sure it was something I would grow out of. HA! My cousin fought long and hard for me though and 3 months after my 15th birthday she and I went to my cousin's house and she saw me fully dressed for the first time. She knew this was going to happen by the way and was prepared for it. She wasn't prepared for the fact that my cousin was on her period and therefore so was I. Six hours later after much discussion, some tears and arguing mother decided to give having another daughter a chance.

For the next 4 months my periods were confined to the house. However on the 5th month Mother said she had had enough and that I was either going to have my period full time or not at all. From that time on I was expected to follow my cousins period from start to finish. No matter where I was when on my period I was expected to be wearing a napkin and to have extras to change into. This created some very tense times but I was never discovered and took everything in stride with my cousin, Mother and sisters help. I love them all and thank them every day for their pacients and love.

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Victoria
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