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INTIMINA Menstrual Cup, Period Cup, Lily Cup Compact by INTIMINA, Size B
Health & Beauty

The world's first collapsible menstrual cup! Designed to fit your non-stop lifestyle and giving up to 10 hours non-stop protection, Lily Cup Compact is an innovative menstrual cup that collapses flat so you can carry it everywhere you go. Your period starting never has to be an emergency again!...

$39.95
INTIMINA Menstrual Cup, Period Cup, Lily Cup Compact by INTIMINA, Size A
Health & Beauty

The world's first collapsible menstrual cup! Designed to fit your non-stop lifestyle and giving up to 10 hours non-stop protection, Lily Cup Compact is an innovative menstrual cup that collapses flat so you can carry it everywhere you go. Your period starting never has to be an emergency again!...

$39.95
INTIMINA Menstrual Cup, Period Cup, Lily Cup by INTIMINA, Size B
Health & Beauty

Forget about your period for up to 12 hours! Lily Cup is a reusable menstrual cup that is worn inside the vagina and collects your menstrual flow rather than absorbing it. There's no odor, no dryness and no irritation for your whole period; Lily Cup respects your intimate balance. Size B is...

$39.95
INTIMINA Menstrual Cup, Period Cup, Lily Cup by INTIMINA, Size A
Health & Beauty

Forget about your period for up to 12 hours! Lily Cup is a reusable menstrual cup that is worn inside the vagina and collects your menstrual flow rather than absorbing it. There's no odor, no dryness and no irritation for your whole period; Lily Cup respects your intimate balance. Size A is...

$39.95
Rakuten Kobo U.S HelloFlo: The Guide, Period.
Adult

From the founder of HelloFlo, a modern and insightful guide to periods and puberty for a new generation When will I get boobs? Does wearing a tampon hurt? What's the deal with menstrual cups? Seriously, when will I get boobs? Honest, funny, and unafraid of the messy, real-life facts about a...

$20.00

Books

  • Menstrual Cup

    14 pages.

    Adelaide Barton explains her transition to using a menstrual cup instead of tampons/pads, and her instant love of the feminine hygiene method. Adelaide also wrote the zine LadyGardens "about pubic hair and maintenance" and sells her zines at http://www.etsy.com/shop/ladygardens.

  • It's a Keeper!

    15 pages.

    In this zine Krista shares information and testimonials on the Keeper brand menstrual cup, a reusable feminine hygiene product. She also discusses the downsides of using tampons.

  • Mothers and Daughters of Invention

    Rutgers University Press. 1995. ISBN: 0813521971,9780813521978. 708 pages.

    Written in an engaging and accessible style, this first broadly focused compensatory history of technology not only includes women's contributions but begins the long-overdue task of redefining technology and significant technology and to value these contributions correctly. Stanley traces women's inventions in five vital areas of technology worldwide--agriculture, medicine, reproduction, machines, and computers--from prehistory (or origin) forward, profiling hundreds of women, both famous...

  • Joy of Backpacking

    Wilderness Press. 2015. ISBN: 0899975208,9780899975207. 336 pages.

    A comprehensive guide covering every aspect of how to backpack--from planning a first trip to advanced wilderness travel. For those new to the activity, longtime backpacker and author Brian Beffort covers the fundamentals, with sections on trip planning, gear, backcountry nutrition and cooking, navigation, and other essential wilderness skills. You will also learn what to expect on the trail and in camp, and how to stay safe with first aid, weather preparedness, and more. For experienced...

  • Flow

    St. Martin's Griffin. 2009. ISBN: 1429983396,9781429983396. 288 pages.

    In this hip, hilarious and truly eye-opening cultural history, menstruation is talked about as never before. Flow spans its fascinating, occasionally wacky and sometimes downright scary story: from mikvahs (ritual cleansing baths) to menopause, hysteria to hysterectomies—not to mention the Pill, cramps, the history of underwear, and the movie about puberty they showed you in 5th grade. Flow answers such questions as: What's the point of getting a period? What did women do before pads and...

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