Adult video streaming giant Pornhub's new ''female-centric' campaign, "Fuck Your Period," aims to meet the needs of the growing number of women watching porn during the time of the month they might need it most. The campaign's landing page has cute graphics and a millennial pink background, a far cry from Pornhub's usual black, orange and extremely graphic aesthetic. It prompts female users to answer a few questions about their cycle like how long it lasts and when it last started. Pornhub then promises to send you an email on the first day of your next period which it predicts! Users can do this up to three times.
Pornhub Offers Free Premium Content to People on Their Period
Pornhub Offers Free Premium Content to People on Their Period - PAPER
Skip navigation! Story from Rag Week. Amy Sedghi. A lot of things can affect the way you learn about periods and how you experience them. But what about religion? At times revered as a celebration of life and womanhood, menstruation can also suffer under the shadow of shame and stigma in many religions and cultures.
Periods can be annoying, but they do not leave women weak and helpless, despite what pictures on the internet may suggest. But if you search images of women on their periods, chances are they will depict women as helpless, angry, and emotional. Commissioned by Pink Parcel , a period subscription service, new research found that online websites actually reinforce harmful perceptions of menstruation - to the point where two in five women cite negative online content as a key cause of period shame. Carrying out the research as part of a campaign to challenge problematic social stigmas around periods, the research revealed that search engines, stock image sites, and educational health pages are all guilty of perpetuating the idea that periods make women helpless, emotional, and ugly. But the findings are not surprising when considering pictures online of women on their period often show them crippled in pain - with a review of period-related content from over websites finding 91 per cent of images depicting periods show women looking weak, upset, or vulnerable.
Period sex is like pizza: If you want it, you deserve it. You're a human being whose sexual needs don't switch off when blood starts coming out of you. If sex during your period really isn't your thing, though, that's cool too — more on that ahead. We rounded up seven things you should know about period sex, including insight from experts, to help you make that time of the month even more enjoyable. Read on, bleed on, and get off to your heart's content.