Okay, yeah. I’m writing about abortion. Hear me out, though. This is important information. Recently, I read “Cunt” by Inga Muscio and learned about a way to end an unwanted pregnancy by the means of massage and herbal “remedies.”Curious, I looked up other resources on this and found out that it’s legitimate.
If you’re a typical lonely human in the sad, sad world of growing individualistic technology, you may have downloaded the Tinder App at one point in your lifetime. At first, like most, I was skeptical of dating apps and dating websites. Online dating has had a bad reputation since it first came out. It’s for weird people who can’t find a date otherwise is the typical saying. Lately, however, online dating has blown up and since we spend so much time on our phones and less time in the company of actual living, breathing people, how can this come at a surprise?
It’s no secret that pads and tampons are harmful to the environment. If women generally use around 3 to 5 tampons per day, a woman will use about 30 or so tampons per month. That’s 360 tampons a year – one for every single day. So, what can we do about it? You can’t recycle tampons and they take forever to degrade. No one is really sure how long it takes to decompose, but with the population of the world being around 60% female, it doesn’t really matter. Tampons and pads are going to be in landfills forever.
This is a bit long, but I ask that you bear with me and take the time to read the whole thing if you can. Try not to be turned off by what I say, any misspellings, any grammar issues, and try to understand where I’m coming from. This is important to me, I really needed to get it off my chest, and I appreciate any and all attention it receives.
pH imbalances are incredibly common amongst women of childbearing age. The most common types are not yeast infections and therefore cannot be treated with a yeast infection medication. Whatever type you may have, it can go away with time. However, letting it pass may cause complications with fertility and other issues later in life.
Perhaps you want to treat your imbalance as soon as possible, but you don’t want to treat it with strange chemical gels and you don’t want to get a prescription for antibiotics, especially since it’s something that’s bound to go away on its own. Hey, maybe you’re just embarrassed to go out and get some or you cannot for some reason. Luckily for you, you can cure your annoying discomfort through a change in diet.
Alright, friends. So as positive as I seemed the first time I wrote about natural hair care, I did not believe in it. Since I have thin, easily knotting, (what I thought was) greasy hair, I thought that there was no chance for me. After about six months of trying different things and avoiding parabens/sulfates, I am here to tell you that all the hype surrounding natural hair care is true. This is real life, folks, and this is the future. What I didn’t realize starting out was that there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” recipe for natural hair care. It really depends on your hair type.