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The company also started selling organic cotton pads as well as Tampax tampons, which are rarely used in China but were just starting to take off.
Knowing that Beverly is a victim of this kind of abuse could add even more nuance to her anxieties about becoming a woman, as represented by the fountain of blood that erupts from her sink not long after she’s shown purchasing tampons.
William Vazquez AP While a tampon ad on the side of a race car might seem unusual, Landauer isn’t the first to have suggested it.
Who would have thought that between the razors and tampons and tissue boxes, fashionable trinkets might await?
Another time she was penetrated in a shower with a device fashioned from a plastic spoon, tampons and a rubber glove.
Cristina Garcia, an assemblywoman from California, calculated that women in her state paid close to $7 per month for 40 years of tampons and sanitary napkins, totaling over $20 million annually in taxes.
There's a reason why tampons are often sold in boxes of 18.
Who wants to fill their beach tote with tampons or a wad of pads?
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