“HAVING YOUR PERIOD IS SO PAINFUL OF JESUS YOU BOYS ARE SO LUCKY TO NOT FEEL THIS PAIN!!!”
“Hey! Don’t blame me! I’m on my period!”
Seriously, just stop, please. I’m a girl and having a period is not “knife stabbing-ly painful” (as one of my friends once said). It is uncomfortable at times, but it is not THAT painful.
Also, stop blaming everything on your period. Just because you are having a mood swing, doesn’t mean you have to be angry at the littlest things. If you know you get mood swings, then try and control them!
Maybe I just have a higher tolerance level than most girls.
Care to discuss? crr147.tumblr.com
People like this seriously bother me. I have multiple friends who have to stay home from school because their cramps are so debilitating, or their flow is too heavy. Congratulations for having a relatively okay period. But don,t ever tell someone how they should and shouldn’t feel about this. Having your hormones fuck with your emotions is not something that you can control, do you even know what a mood swing is?
There is already enough stigma around having your period in the first place, things like this are not needed to trivialize something that can be very painful. Nice to know you don’t care about the men who get their periods either who can be very upset over it.
So once again, good for you that your period doesn’t suck and make you feel like you are dying, and that you don’t go on an emotional roller coaster that can ruin your day or make you feel things you don’t want to be feeling.
But please, keep your ignorance to yourself.
WAIT A MINUTE
PUMP YOUR BREAKS BEFORE WE GET INTO IT
-I have a sister who has to take birth control pills- because the hormone medicine can also control your menstrual flow.
Don’t come posting on my post about stigma. My sister had to do this during the EIGHTIES when girls taking birth control were assumed to be slutoramas. -That still hasn’t really changed.
If she didn’t take it, she’d bleed out for 3 months.
She’s suffered from anemia.
Seeing all this as a child, I was actually afraid when I got on my period.
But you wana know why I reblogged this anyway?
BECAUSE I’M FUCKIN SICK OF PEOPLE GIVING ME A PLAY BY PLAY OF THEIR MENSTRUAL CYCLE ON THEIR FUCKING BLOG.
If you have cramps so bad you have to stay home. Fine. I’ve had that happen to me so I’m 85% sure you’re not gona be on tumblr live blogging it.
But be careful who what post you choose to post your social justice posts on.
If you are aware of all of this then why do you think it’s alright to belittle those that do have these problems? They can do whatever they want on their blog, it’s their blog after all.For some people it makes them feel better to rant about their pain instead of having to suffer alone, because there are people on here who will sympathize with them and try to give them some type of comfort.
If you don’t like it then blacklist it or just ignore it. It’s not hurting you what so ever.
Also, some people are not allowed to get birth control because of their parents, their religious beliefs (so long as it’s their choice), or just cannot get to a clinic.
By that right, I can belittle whoever I want as well. It’s my blog. If you don’t like it you blacklist it, by that right.
And what does people not having access to birth control have any thing to do with any thing? It is horrible, especially since people forget that it can be used for medicinal purposes other than the associated sexual contraception.
It’s lovely that you’re all about the social justices.
You just picked the WRONG person to reblog this from.
I have nothing more to say.
It’s funny that you think you are entitled to tell people they are not allowed to complain about something that they are already pressured to not talk about in public. How many times have we all hid our tampons or pads, brought our bag with us as casually as we could, praying that our teacher would let go to the bathroom so we don’t leak?
Saying that you hate people complaining about their pain is other furthering the assumption that they should just stay silent and not do anything about it because people just wont care about them. This means that serious problems could go undiagnosed.
Nice to know that you still haven’t even mentioned trans* men, who can and do get periods. Which can be very upsetting to them. If you tell them that they can’t even talk about it because you don’t like it then fuck you.
Not having access to birth control means that they can’t use it to try and regulate their period, take away some of the pain, the emotional hell, and many other things.
You can do whatever you want, but telling people to shut up and keep their pain to themselves is not only hurting them, but shaming them.
I’m sorry that you can’t come up with any actual arguments about people complaining about their periods, and that you are clearly ignorant and don’t know how to argue with someone.