Vera the Vagangelist { Episode 2 }

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As Kim from Dirty Diaper Laundry once said, “If you can’t laugh about menstruation you may just cry instead.” With that in mind, we stuck our heads together and I got to playing… with pixels — one of my favorite things to do. < Enter Vera > Vera is a self-proclaimed vagangelist who just loves telling her friends about non-toxic menstrual products, like cups & cloth pads. Her friends think she’s crazy, but they usually come around 😉

Vera Vagangelist Episode2If you’d like to learn more about reusable menstrual options Kim and I both have great resources. Kim’s video is a YouTube favorite — it covers cups in depth, and her new post on cloth pads is fantastic!

As always, you can check our my menstrual care resource guide for links to all of these, and more! And be sure to check out my cup comparison chart. It can be a big help when trying to narrow down what cup to choose.

If you’re just meeting Vera, be sure to click on over to Kim’s website to see episode 1!

Click below to read episode 1 at DirtyDiaperLaundry.com!

Vera Vagangelist Episode 1 teaser

Be sure to enter the Vagangelist Week giveaway co-hosted with my partner in crime, Kim from Dirty Diaper Laundry (and sponsored by Diva Cup, Lunapads, Lunette, GladRags, & Pink Lemonade Shop!)

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You can find more information about cups via the Safe Feminine Care Resource Guide.

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  • I hate to say it, but I don’t think it’s very helpful advice to tell someone to go to with what appeals to them because “chances are you’ll love it.” So many people wind up with a cup that is the wrong length and/or diameter. You really should feel where your cervix is during your flow and understand what you’re like down there.

    And you know what? I have been using cups for years and own 20+ brands. I’m a cup enthusiast. I still get leaks from time to time and need a cloth panty liner as backup. It’s very common to get a small amount of leakage occasionally even when it’s placed correctly. Some people don’t, others do. It’s not a deal breaker, but it *can* be normal.

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