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Swedish Feminists Give Period Blood Drinks to Children to Celebrate IWD watch

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    Event organised by Sweden feminists in celebration of International Women's Day in 2015. In the event they gave out alcoholic drinks with "period blood lumps" in it for people to drink.The article also explains that they've held previous events where they've given out non-alcoholic period blood drinks to children to celebrate female empowerment.

    https://alltomstockholm.se/klubbkonsert/article4119467/
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    (Original post by CookieButter)
    Event organised by Sweden feminists in celebration of International Women's Day in 2015. In the event they gave out alcoholic drinks with "period blood lumps" in it for people to drink.The article also explains that they've held previous events where they've given out non-alcoholic period blood drinks to children to celebrate female empowerment.

    https://alltomstockholm.se/klubbkonsert/article4119467/
    I ran the article through Google translate. Nowhere did it mention period blood specifically. Maybe something was lost through translation, though I doubt you know Swedish yourself.

    Also, one of the things this event addressed was endometriosis, which is a disease lots of women face and caused extreme pain during menstruation.

    But if you want to foam at the mouth about something which happened three years ago then be my guest.
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    Link broken for me.

    I'm missing out on so much empowerment
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    Talk about double standards! you shouldn't put any bodily fluids anywhere near foodstuffs, it's just really, really unhygienic.
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    Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhibhgfcdbb
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