A trip you’ve been planning for months can be ruined by simply not being prepared. We’re not talking about not booking your adventures or hotels on time, we’re talking PERIODS! So if you think your period might come during that hike to Machu Picchu, that surf trip to Bali, or just a casual camping trip 3 hours away from your home, make sure you have your Lunette cup handy at all times!
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Traveling On Your Period With Lunette Cup
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You head to the bathroom to pee and you see it...a red or brown spot right on your favorite underwear. You wonder to yourself. Isnt my period not due for another 2 weeks?
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What’s The Difference Between Periods And Spotting?
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Menstrual cramps are uncomfortable but, in general, a harmless side effect of menstruation. Some people suffer from bad stomach and back pain, headaches and diarrhea while some don’t even notice their period, except the bleeding. If you are not one of those lucky women for whom menses don’t constitute more than emptying the cup, you can ease menstrual pain either through medication or other ways. Usually, the pain can be relieved by painkillers, exercise and, for example, a hot water bottle on the stomach. However, many people don’t remember to pay enough attention to their diet when the bloodiest days of the month...

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How to ease menstrual cramps with nutrition?
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For us gals who use Lunette cups, keeping it clean is the most important thing. After all, the cup is going into our bodies. Although some believe that reusable does not equal clean (they´re wrong), we should all remember that even disposable products are not completely sterile. With proper care and a quick clean, your Lunette cup will be ready to serve you for another reuse. First use Wash your hands and clean the Lunette cup by washing with water and a mild liquid soap free of coloring agents and parfumes. Then boil it in a large amount of water...

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How to Clean Your Lunette Menstrual Cup
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If you want to be a hero in global waste issues, switching to a menstrual cup is a great alternative. After all, it’s zero-waste, safe for your body and the environment, and reusable!
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LUNETTE CARES: Reduce your period waste, it’s as easy as anything!
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Last month, I traveled with my niece to pipin' hot Arizona. When we entered the hotel room and unpacked our suitcases, I couldn't help but notice that a large percentage of her suitcase was crammed full of tampons, pads and mini-pads. Good thing she has me around. I filled her in on the good news. She could lighten her load and free up space for better things, like extra bikinis, flip flops and souvenirs - if only she had a Lunette.  There are many ways that Lunette can make your travel experiences much nicer. Here are a few: Frees up...

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11 Ways Lunette Makes Traveling Nicer
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If youve been debating on whether or not to hop on the menstrual cup bandwagon, then keep reading! Lunette Cup will change your life – LITERALLY! Were talking no more having to worry about changing your tampon or pad every few hours, saving hundreds and hundreds of dollars over time, and saving the environment. Of course, theres more reasons why you should switch to Lunette Menstrual Cup, so follow along below!
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10 Reasons Why You Should Switch To Lunette Cup
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Picture this: Youre on your period, youve been experiencing cramps days before your period even started, you’re moody AF, and to top it off, all you want to do is eat everything in sight.
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How Does Food Relieve Period Cramps Fast?
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If you’re reading this, you most likely just purchased your first menstrual cup, or you’re at least thinking about it, right? One of your main concerns might be, “how do I clean my cup? Is it safe to use it over and over again?” Don’t worry, menstrual cups can be a little confusing and there’s definitely a learning curve, but you’ll be a PRO in no time!

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How To Clean Your Lunette Cup
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Like many menstruators, my boobs swell up and get super sore in the days leading up to my period. Though this may seem like just an unpleasant symptom of PMS for most folks, it can bring along unbearable dysphoria and discomfort for those of us who are trans – especially if we bind.
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5 Tips For Binding On Your Period
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China Blue Fish and Deborah Antoinette have created a spectacular show that encompasses feminism, breaks menstrual taboos, and brings laughter to our souls. From the Virgin Mary to Frida Kahlo, Queen C*nt will not disappoint! Get to know them a little more below!
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Interview with Queen C*nt – Sacred or Profane?
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About a month or so ago, a woman I met at a new moon circle (a meditation circle) approached me and we started talking about menstrual cups (my favorite topic!), the fertility awareness method, and periods in general. She told me that she’d love to use a menstrual cup but probably wouldn’t be able to because she has vulvodynia.
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Chronic pain down there? You might have Vulvodynia
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