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Deskdiary | 13:57 Mon 30th Mar 2015 | News
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/32105388

She states "When I see the picture it looks completely beautiful to my eyes." and then goes on to say "I wasn't being provocative. The point of the photo was to de-mystify all the taboos that are around menstruation."

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1 - Is it beautiful?
2 - What taboos are there around menstruation? I can't think of any.

I won't draw a parrallel between this natural, normal bodily function and another natural, normal bodily function that I'm sure nobody would like to see (oops, just have drawn the parrallel).

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I think sanitary products should not be advertised at all -woman go to the chemist/supermarket and buy what they want -no need to see some stupid girl on a skateboard having 'fun' while she's having a blue liquid(apparently) period. Its totally unnecessary, at tea time or any other time. The real advert would be a woman on a couch with a hot water bottle , some paracetamol and a bar of chocolate.
The last thing I want to see is a picture of bodily functions!
In North America you have adverts for Tena Lady (incontinence pads) where old people are able to captain yachts, ride horses and climb mountains despite the fact they leak blue liquid into their undetectable adult nappies... wait until we start getting the condom adverts with cucumbers and bananas........
aye oop, chic, me prize-winnin' marra' always grew better in't tat Johnny Durex ting....
Oh for gods sake woman, put it away. Who the hell wants to see this.

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