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February 16, 2024 28 mins

Chip confronts Kelly about a Valentine's Day ad he got served by Kotex with a mission to normalize period sex. They talk about the pros and cons of period sex, as well as the reasons there shouldn't be any shame attached to having sex during that time of the month. 

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
Hello, chip Hi, I love that with yat on. Oh
were you about to say something?

Speaker 2 (00:07):
This is our first time recording with you and your
new like sexy little nook.

Speaker 1 (00:11):
Oh, in my new nook. I need to post about
this on Instagram because I set up I call it
my little sound booth. In my house. It was like
in between two rooms at the top of my stairs
there was this random nook. I always think this about
house is like what are you supposed to put there?
You know, like it's those weird spaces. And then all
of a sudden it dawned on me, Oh my god,
that's the best sound in my whole entire house. Why

have I not made that into a sound booth yet?

Speaker 2 (00:35):
How are you lit from behind? Is there a lamp there?

Speaker 1 (00:38):
Oh? Me and my friend we like decorated this space.
She did like some functua shit, and then we lit
from like behind this chair and in front of it
so you can see into the nook. Even case I
want to post things on you know, Instagram, that's kid,
I'll post it for you guys.

Speaker 2 (00:55):
You guys can see it.

Speaker 1 (00:57):

Speaker 2 (00:58):
Yeah, yeah, like it's the It's like it's good energy.
You'll be comfortable there too, it's.

Speaker 1 (01:03):
Supposed to be on brand. Can you tell? It's like
my podcast picture it's got like a disco ball and
this well, because you know, I mean, i'd be talking
about heavy shit in here.

Speaker 2 (01:15):
Speaking. We might have some heavy ship to talk about today.

Speaker 1 (01:18):
Okay, well you just made it sound like you're about
to shit your pants, and that's.

Speaker 2 (01:23):
The word heavy might be associated with what we talked about,
heavy flow, if you will.

Speaker 1 (01:28):
So let's just go ahead and jump into what Chip
loves to send me on Instagram. To start, Chip more
than any human I've ever met, gets China expert ads,
well expert, let's use that term loosely. He gets served
ads and like any sort of meme about vaginas, like
it is like nothing I've ever seen. It's like you

put that out there at one point because you thought
it was funny to act like you were a vagina expert.
And now Instagram and your algorithm has listened and you
get like literal ads about anything related to vaginas, and
like diagrams.

Speaker 2 (02:05):
Like I love to send them to her and be like,
just in case you didn't know, here's all your erogenos
zones and she's like banks, like do you.

Speaker 1 (02:12):
Think my own body. Yeah, it's always really funny coming
from Chip. But since this week was Valentine's Day and
we have been talking about love and sex all month
and we will continue to do so. Chip actually sent
me one of the ads that he got served and
it was really interesting to me. Do you want to

tell the listeners about the ad? Chip?

Speaker 2 (02:36):
Yeah, So it's from Cotexs. I guess they only do
they make tampons or are they just a p.

Speaker 1 (02:43):
I don't know, you're the vagina expert.

Speaker 2 (02:45):
The artwork has a pad on it, so I'm gonna say.

Speaker 1 (02:47):
I think they do anything. It's like play Text, Tampax,
co Text, those are the brands.

Speaker 2 (02:52):
Why do they all end an X?

Speaker 1 (02:54):
Because you want to like X yourself when you have
your parents.

Speaker 2 (02:57):
I guess so. Anyway, So so this was a site
called now This, which is a news site, and they
were amplifying the story that Cotexts was doing a promotion
around Valentine's Day. I'll read you the post. It says,
please Dan, cotext is helping to sorry. Cotex is hoping
to normalize conversations around periods, and more specifically period sex

with a new Valentine's Day campaign. The Menstrual Hygiene brand
is offering Let's Have Period Sex chocolate boxes in collaboration
with Phasey, a company that makes food designed to help
people in their periods. The heart shaped box contains five
truffles made with libido boosting Shatavari, as well as four pads.
According to a survey conducted by Cotex, nearly forty percent

of women said that having their period on Valentine's Day
would stop them from having sex that day. It also
found that around that only fifty percent admitted to being
comfortable talking about period sex. The boxes are thirty five
dollars each and can be purchased at Let's Have Periodsex
dot com by people eighteen and older. I will warn
all listeners they are sold out.

Speaker 1 (04:03):
Well, we're also recording this. It's going to go up
after Valentine's Day. So I think that means they did
their job.

Speaker 2 (04:09):
I mean like they reached the they reached the audience,
that's for sure.

Speaker 1 (04:13):
Interesting thing a pad man, you lose me at pads.
I have not worn a pad since seventh grade.

Speaker 2 (04:20):
Well, I mean yeah, I was going to say, it
feels a little like they're targeting a young user. Yeah,
they're trying to like indoctrinate in the period sex at
a young age so that maybe any sort of weirdness
or shame that's around it is eradicated.

Speaker 1 (04:35):
Are you trying to say that they're they're pitching this
to like seventh graders that still wear pads.

Speaker 2 (04:40):
I don't know.

Speaker 1 (04:41):
I mean definitely women women back to pads. Well, I
think that's for all. Okay, listen for a vagina expert,
you don't know a lot.

Speaker 2 (04:54):
I just think I do.

Speaker 1 (04:56):
I know you don't, though, So you have.

Speaker 2 (04:58):
To wear learning journey you know.

Speaker 1 (05:01):
Okay, okay, well to educate you. I've never had a
baby personally, but yes, you do have to wear diapers
because you rip down there for a minute. And I
say diapers because that's the easiest way to sum it up.
I know it's not that. And then older women wear
it depends and stuff. But that's not just for your period.
That's like, yeah, well, it's for all things, bowel movements,

all of it, because you can't fully control it as
you get older. You know, it's like we were grassed
back into childhood almost. But yeah, so the interesting thing
to me is that they do the pad thing. But
I guess if you're having sex, you can't be wearing
a tampon. Good point, unless you're only doing clip play. Okay,
so let's dive into this. Let's just dive in. I

might need a diagram, Yeah, let me take out my
wife board. Real fuss. So anyway, I personally don't care
about period sex, like, but this was interesting to me
because I was like, oh, is there a stigma? And
then do some women care? And since you've send me that,
I started asking around because I just got really curious, Like, wait,

I haven't thought about this being weird in a long time.
I have my own things with it, and I'll say
those in just a second, but like, are there actually
some women who don't do it during that time of
the month or that, like that would stop them from
ever having sex if it was Valentine's Day and they
wanted to with their partner and stuff. And the answer
is yes, yeah.

Speaker 2 (06:25):
I mean, look, as a gay man, I have had
sex with women, so I'm not a gold star gay,
but I think, you know, gold star gays are really
grossed out by the giant most of them are. Yeah,
And I feel like if I apply that sort of thing,
and which is really coming from a non understanding of

what they are okay, which I feel like most straight
males probably have zero understanding. It's just something that they
liked to exactly. The adding the element of bleeding, it's
just like there's like an ick factor to it because
it's more about ignorance. So I've felt like because of that,
knowing that guys are not educated about it, there is

some sort of shame because if a guy's like, oh, gross,
I'm not fucking you when you're on the rag or whatever,
it's like that would stick with you for a really
long time.

Speaker 1 (07:16):
And this is what we were kind of talking about
this before the podcast, and you read some statistic that
made me think of this. But I said, if you're
going to read that statistic, I have some shit to
say to those people.

Speaker 2 (07:27):
Like, I'll read the three statistics. One of them I
already read. Fifty percent admit to being comfortable, only fifty
percent admit to being comfortable talking about it at all.

Speaker 1 (07:37):
That's wild, Okay, it's wild.

Speaker 2 (07:39):
Fifty four percent of women are open to having period sex,
but nearly forty percent are embarrassed or unsure about suggesting
it to their partner.

Speaker 1 (07:47):
Wow, Okay.

Speaker 2 (07:48):
And then this is the other one worse. Nearly twenty
five percent of women who have started their period during
sex have been shamed by a partner for doing.

Speaker 1 (07:56):
So that was the one that set me off. You
know what I want to say to those fucking men,
You would not be here if I didn't bleed, right, Oh,
go fuck yourself. Well.

Speaker 2 (08:07):
Also, it's not like you're like, ooh, I'm just gonna
shit right now. It's like you can't control it. Like
when it starts, it starts totally.

Speaker 1 (08:15):
But it's our body's process for releasing, so like we
have to do that to be able to produce eggs
and then to carry babies.

Speaker 2 (08:24):
And so you're luckier dicks inside me.

Speaker 1 (08:27):
It's like, it's just so gross. Also, our bodies are
the most fascinating beautiful things. Like I think all bodies
male bodies too, But the way that women's bodies work
to create and hold and build a human body, it's crazy.
The fact that that ever works, that we can get

pregnant and have a baby is wild to me.

Speaker 2 (08:52):
And then feed the baby off of your body, like I.

Speaker 1 (08:56):
Just can you Like that is crazy that our bodies
are made to do that. So anyone shaming you for
that is so immature and.

Speaker 2 (09:07):
It's ignorant because you're not really thinking about what it is,
you know, like it's at the end of the day,
it is part of like a pretty amazing cycle of life.
But I can also understand if you're not educated on it,
just being grossed out by the idea of it.

Speaker 1 (09:26):
So grow the up, is all I would say.

Speaker 2 (09:28):
So I guess then that leads me to like why
I was curious about this thing landing in my inbox
and sending it to you, being like I think this
is a great time. Yeah, well, you know the Jina
expert over here, like they thought I was going to
have some period sex. Have you have you had period sex?

Speaker 1 (09:47):
Have I had periods? Okay? Have you met me?

Speaker 2 (09:50):
So like, will you for those people who have not
and are listening.

Speaker 1 (09:56):
Yes, how does it different a little bit?

Speaker 2 (09:59):
How does it is it really messy?

Speaker 1 (10:02):
Yes? Okay? So here I will say I have a
couple hold ups myself with period sex sometimes, and the
interesting thing about that time of the month is that
we are way more sensitive downstairs. So I will say this,
like the couple days leading up to my period and
then the couple days after, I am literally the horniest
I am of all times, specifically the month the days after,

and that's because we start ovulating. Yeah, your body literally
starts to be like, okay, you need to go have
sex because this is when you could get pregnant. Not
that we like would know that it's all like just happening,
but it's obviously if you do your research, Oh, you
just literally want to go have sex. So yeah, but

then when you're on your period, it can be a
similar feeling, like you're more sensitive down there. The nerve
endings are all activated. Like even if I would go
get botox or something right before my period, it hurts
so much worse because you're our whole body is just sensitive, right.
So a lot of times it's great for that. And
then also like if you have really bad cramps, like

they say, having sex or masturbating can really help with
that because it's like a release down there, and.

Speaker 2 (11:14):
It's the pleasure, the extreme pleasure.

Speaker 1 (11:17):
Right, and like so it just can feel a lot
better to women and to us. The downside for me
is like the first couple of days of my period,
the flow is always pretty heavy and sometimes it can
be clumpy. This is where I'm going to lose my
gay friend over here.

Speaker 2 (11:35):
I'm like, I need to get.

Speaker 1 (11:38):
But yeah, sometimes you're a period can you can get
a little cloudy depending on like what you've eaten, if
you've had alcohol recently. Like there's all these things that
factor into it, which is another thing that women need
to probably be respected for because we go through a lot.

Speaker 2 (11:53):
But yes, if you need to clean up a murder,
call a woman. Call a woman has periods.

Speaker 1 (12:01):
Yeah, I mean exactly because what I used to say
to like men that I've been doing that with is like, ooh,
I don't know, it's the first day, it's going to
be like a fucking massacre. And the truth is, though
most men are so horny all the time, they don't
care right whatever, you know, but the suggestion has always
just put a towel down. It's still messy, and especially

the first couple of days, but by day three for me,
I mean, it's like kind of a non event. It's
just sort of like added lubrication even, you know, like
it's just not that big of a deal. I've even
had guys who don't care about going down on you
during that time of the month. Interesting, I thought that
would shake you more than it's just interesting.

Speaker 2 (12:40):
Well, I hadn't even thought of that as an option.

Speaker 1 (12:43):
I mean, I don't know how I feel. Like the
couple of times that it's happened, it's kind of stressful
to me because.

Speaker 2 (12:49):
I'm like, come up with a red mustache and I
never want to see you again.

Speaker 1 (12:57):
I hope you guys are listening to this early in
your morning.

Speaker 2 (13:00):
I hope the kids aren't in the car. Ommy, what's
a milk mustache?

Speaker 1 (13:07):
Yeah? So those are the things. And then obviously, like
if you're a person like me who I don't do
birth control, it's never sat well with me. I just
don't like the way it makes me feel. I also,
it feels something feels very unnatural about like stopping my
period or dictating when it happens, like I try to
just you know, those are the kind of things I
don't like to do.

Speaker 2 (13:26):
Take wing in a prayer, wing in a prayer.

Speaker 1 (13:28):
Well it's I mean obviously worked for me so far.
So but yeah, so I think that if you're worried
about pregnancy, the chances are a lot slimmer. I used
to be like, you can't get pregnant on your period,
but there is a slight tiny chance because sperm can
last in your body for up, I think it's like

three to five days after it's released, and so like
let's say, for instance, you were at the end of
your period and the sperm decided to be long livings
and then you get into your ovulation and so it
could happen. Like, yeah, I think the chances are low. Again,
it's not like the highest thing, but you can still
get like STIs and that kind of shit during your period.

None of that changes, but I do think the chances
of pregnancy lower, and so some for some men, they
really like that, like it's like a free flying you know,
they can just let everything.

Speaker 2 (14:23):
Rip right right, so to speak literally.

Speaker 1 (14:29):
But the shame piece is so crazy to me because
I was saying it to you before the podcast, Like
I have read things about different time periods are actually
in different cultures still to this day, where women are
sent off somewhere else when they're on their period, which actually,
the more I think about, I'm like, maybe that's great,
Like I don't want to.

Speaker 2 (14:49):
Go, yeah, cause do I get to skip work and
still get paid?

Speaker 1 (14:53):
That's what I'm saying, like we actually should Like today
I am probably getting my period tomorrow. Your welcome world
for knowing that about me.

Speaker 2 (15:00):
But mark your calendars.

Speaker 1 (15:02):
Yeah, everybody, lock me into your startus app. But so, yeah,
like I feel, literally I woke up this morning, nothing
should be different. I feel like I have the flu though,
because my PMS is really bad this time this month.
And it's just crazy because it's like, I'm still working,
I'm still doing all the things I'm still supposed to

function as if I'm you know, feeling exactly the same
as I always do, but I don't, and tomorrow I'll
probably start bleeding and have cramps and all this stuff.
And I'm just like, nobody should be shaming women. We
should be applauding them because this is something like I
basically feel like I have two normal where I feel
completely myself weeks a month, and then the other two

are PMS and period right, and you guys are just
floating around fucking the same.

Speaker 2 (15:54):
Let me tell you this for anyone who doesn't know.
In twenty two twenty yes, actually I think it. I don't.
I don't think it passed until much later. I think
it was last year it passed. In Spain, they give
three days of menstrual leave to female workers three days,

three days.

Speaker 1 (16:15):
Yeah, that's actually kind of perfect because the first day
or two is when you feel so terrible. Yeah, so
I would probably take it on a day like today,
like the day before, and then the first two days
and by day three, I'm like, let's go take over
the world again.

Speaker 2 (16:28):
Let's go and you Also, the law also stipulates that
you get a thirty minute break for every woman during
your period cycle, so like if you're at work, if
you're at work, you get an extra like thirty minutes
to like to do what I guess the rest or like, yeah,
I mean because that probably applies to people that are
working in retail too, that are.

Speaker 1 (16:47):
Interacting on your feet and stuff.

Speaker 2 (16:49):
Yeah. Yeah, where is that in Spain?

Speaker 1 (16:52):
Oh my god?

Speaker 2 (16:52):
So I think it was the first country in Spain
to do it, I mean in Europe to pass a
law like that.

Speaker 1 (16:57):
Oh my god, it's amazing. Yeah.

Speaker 2 (17:00):
I mean it's a really sort of respectful law, and
it's I mean that would never pass here because I
feel like our government doesn't really respect women's bodies like
they should, right, And it's so male, our legislatures so
male leaning that it's like.

Speaker 1 (17:14):
They're the men who don't have period sex for sure.

Speaker 2 (17:17):
They're the ones that shame women for starting their periods. Yeah, sad,
I know where do we go from there? Like I'm
moving to Spain, got to go by, got to pack
my bags.

Speaker 1 (17:33):
Oh my god. It is just wild. But yeah, I
really think it's interesting that the Cotex thing sold out.

Speaker 2 (17:40):
Yeah. Wait, I've got another question for you. If you
are on your period and you're with like a Newish guy,
like before anything happens, do you say, yo, heads up,
I'm on my period or do you just say there's
a surprise.

Speaker 1 (17:56):
There's a surprise.

Speaker 2 (17:58):
The reason why I'm asking.

Speaker 1 (17:59):
You would think it's not your vagina or like a
big bush or something.

Speaker 2 (18:05):
And then you're like surprise because if you warn somebody,
does it give them license to shame? Not to shame,
but like does it set the tone that it's something
that they should be afraid of.

Speaker 1 (18:20):
I've just never been shamed, so I'm really like, I
think it's like shocking that any I will say this.
I had one boyfriend who was kind of like, ew, gross,
but he would do it in a joking way, but
it still was such a turn off to me because
it was it just feels immature you're just like that's
what I was saying earlier. Grow up, Like, obviously I'm

a woman, and thank God that my body functions and works,
so it's going to bleed once a month.

Speaker 2 (18:46):
That's what happened.

Speaker 1 (18:47):
That's how I came to this world. I can do.

Speaker 2 (18:48):
How would you feel? How would you feel though? If
he was like, I'm just not comfortable with it? Like
would you respect that?

Speaker 1 (18:56):
I mean, well, you have to respect anybody's preference in sex.
I'm not ever, but or would you be?

Speaker 2 (19:02):
But would it upset you?

Speaker 1 (19:04):
It might upset me a little bit, Yeah, definitely. Okay,
say like I was dating someone and it was the
first time we were going to have sex or something.
Is that what your question was?

Speaker 2 (19:13):
Probably that would probably make it like the most awkward time.

Speaker 1 (19:18):
Which is not ideal. And this is why I will
say it's not ideal for me. It's just because, like,
especially in the beginning stages of having sex with someone,
you want to feel like your best self, right, and like,
obviously during a period I'm floaded, I don't feel that great.
Like it's more about the way that I feel in
my own skin for me versus just like whatever. But
it's also messy and there's just like it's just makes

sex a little more, you know. But what I would
do is like if we were just making out and
like things started to escalate, Yeah, if hands started to
be like they were about to go down somewhere.

Speaker 2 (19:53):
Would you be like, slow down, partner, I'm not that
type of girl. Or would you be like ant flows
in town, keep your hand? It's a way.

Speaker 1 (20:00):
First of all, I would never say the first.

Speaker 2 (20:02):
Thing, would you mask? Would you mask you? So you
would not.

Speaker 1 (20:10):
I would just be straight up like, hey, by the way,
bad time of the month for me, or an flows
in town right, or warning up to you like or
maybe let's wait, since it's time you have a tarp
in the back of your car like a serial killer?
Because if you did, then that would be the end
of that.

Speaker 2 (20:30):
Yeah, that's that's a red flag.

Speaker 1 (20:35):
Yeah. But then what was the second part of the question?
Now I can't remember because I have period brain. That's
another thing.

Speaker 2 (20:41):
I was just asking, Uh, how would you how do
you approach it?

Speaker 1 (20:46):
Like, well, that's what I would say that. Oh you
asked me if it would offend me? If he said no,
I mean, like I just I don't know if it
would Yeah, I actually kind of think you might. I
just think I don't know that if is the right word,
but I think it would show me that maybe we
were a little different in sex because I'm more adventurous

and like those kind of things would never bother me.
But if you're gonna get thrown off because it's a
hard time of the month, then we're probably not going
to be in alignment with how we like to have
sex anyway. Right, Does that make sense? Yeah, because like
that is just not that big of a deal.

Speaker 2 (21:23):
I wonder if most guys aren't into it because they
think women aren't into it.

Speaker 1 (21:29):
The right answer, if there are any men listening, would
be I am totally okay with I mean, like the
answer that most women would appreciate. I am totally okay
with it. But it's your body, So whatever you're comfortable with,
so that like the woman is making the decision. If
that's if they're actually comfortable, I mean, they should answer truthfully,
but like if they genuinely don't care, then put it

back in the woman's court of what she's comfortable with, right,
and also reiterate it does not bother me at all,
Like you know, it is what it is right. We're
all adults here, kind of thing, you know, like more
on that in line.

Speaker 2 (22:07):
With that, that's fair.

Speaker 1 (22:10):
Any other questions for me, doctor ship.

Speaker 2 (22:12):
No, No, I'm going to go write my vagina Bookina by.

Speaker 1 (22:18):
A gay man.

Speaker 2 (22:19):
I wonder if anyone's ever like, if any men have
ever done that play.

Speaker 1 (22:23):
I don't know what a good question. It just stumps
us both, So get on the Google box and figure
it out. I mean, according to doctor brighton dot com,
it says, as long as you feel comfortable, sex during
your period is a good thing. It can bring you
closer to your partner, relieve minstrel cramps, may shorten your
period and even make sex more enjoyable.

Speaker 2 (22:45):
The shortening the period sounds like a real bonus.

Speaker 1 (22:47):
Uh yeah, the biggest bonus of all.

Speaker 2 (22:50):
I mean, it's like it's even if you're single, you
got to find someone like night one just like knocked
us out of me.

Speaker 1 (22:56):
You're like, can you help me get rid of this thing?
For quicker? Better than pads? Well, yeah, better than mine?

Speaker 2 (23:03):

Speaker 1 (23:03):
Let me just tell you, since you don't know this either,
pads do feel like wearing a diaper, and then we.

Speaker 2 (23:09):
Can't imagine what it feels like to have that. I mean,
I have balls, but like they're situated differently than a pad,
Like I feel like.

Speaker 1 (23:18):
It would just sure, we don't have to deal with that.

Speaker 2 (23:20):
I just feel like it would just feel like a
bunch of underwear, like crammed the you know, I don't know.

Speaker 1 (23:26):
Have you ever heard of a diva cup? Yes?

Speaker 2 (23:28):
I have? You wear that on the inside though, right.

Speaker 1 (23:32):
Yeah, I tried it once. It was way too messy
for me. I mean, my friend said that means I
did it wrong, But I was like, I don't want
to if that was wrong. I don't even want to know, right, Like.

Speaker 2 (23:40):
I just was like, it just sounds like it is
a recipe for disaster.

Speaker 1 (23:43):
Oh I get it, and it actually is probably healthier
than a tampon, but yeah, better.

Speaker 2 (23:50):
For the earth and all those things. But sure, you know,
if you run the risk of spilling it all over
your friend's floor, if you're ever there watching a movie
or something like that was.

Speaker 1 (23:58):
Very specific and feels like maybe you have a story.

Speaker 2 (24:00):
I don't. I just was envisioning like you're trying to
empty and going everywhere.

Speaker 1 (24:04):
Yeah it did, That's what happened. It was like then
it was all over my hand and it was just like, oh,
this is messy.

Speaker 2 (24:11):
Yeah, then you had to cut your hand off, and
yeah myself it is.

Speaker 1 (24:17):
Yeah, anyway, we digress. But anyway, that was we just
wanted to like, we're to hear this month to normalize
topics around sex and love, and I love that Cootex
really just kind of went for it.

Speaker 2 (24:30):
It went for it and clearly resonated.

Speaker 1 (24:32):

Speaker 2 (24:34):
So it was funny because the most liked comment was
funny because it was negative in a humorous way. It said,
let's discuss the real atrocity here thirty five dollars for
five chocolates and four pads. Hell no, you know, it's
like you would expect the thing, like there to be
some negative feedback. That was really high, but I loved
that it was like, actually one that was humorous. Yeah.

Speaker 1 (24:55):
I also think like they really did smart about putting chocolates,
Like when you're on your period all, I mean, chocolate
is like you definitely crave it. Yeah, chocolate, French fries
and all the things.

Speaker 2 (25:08):
The second most like comment, it's funnier too. It's a
it's funny too. It says a warrior is never afraid
to get blood on his sword.

Speaker 1 (25:16):
Wow. I mean that's true. That's what. Literally, that's why
I was like, there's guys who are out there shaming
people because every guy that I've ever experienced that with
is like I don't care at all, and they really
just want to have sex. So they're like that is
not going to stop me. Yeah, yeah, there's massacre is
a little bit wild sometimes.

Speaker 2 (25:38):
Somebody said, but why four pads are not like a
large towel.

Speaker 1 (25:41):
I mean that's what because that's what you put down
like that. If you're nervous about period sex, you just
got to prepare, like you put a towel down so
it doesn't get all over the bed or the couch
or wherever you're having sex. And then you just usually
I try to do a white towel because you can
bleach them, yeah pro tip right there.

Speaker 2 (25:59):
Or a black towel and you can't see anything.

Speaker 1 (26:01):
Well there you go and you just wash it. But yeah,
like you just anything that's like not going to stain.
It is blood, so it could stain, but yeah, it's
just really not that big of a deal. Think about
the extual irrication, you know, look at the plus sides here.

Speaker 2 (26:15):
I mean, sex is already messy.

Speaker 1 (26:17):
You know, there's always opportunity for awkwardness like weaving and
other things like well, you know, sex is just like
there's the funny stuff that happens, and you could let
it deter you, or you could just laugh about it
and keep moving on.

Speaker 2 (26:31):
Yeah. Hey, if you let it deter you, you have less sex.

Speaker 1 (26:35):
So amen.

Speaker 2 (26:37):
It reminds me of this one of my favorite memes.
That's like, people who think farts aren't funny are the
real losers here Because you live the same amount of weight,
you have to live just as long and have the
same amount of arts. Wow, you know what I mean.
It's like you might as well think it's funny.

Speaker 1 (26:52):
Just laugh about it, yeah, or like be in awe
of how amazing our bodies are. Yes, that's our that's
our tips for you guys on this topic of period sex.
If you have any thoughts for us, you can always
email us at the edge at velvetsedge dot com or
leave us a voicemail. I've loved getting the voicemails from
you guys. I cannot wait. Next week I'm going to

record my first solo episode with a voicemail question, which
is awesome. I'm super excited about that. You can find
that in a link in my bio on Instagram which
is at Velvet's Edge, or on the bio in chips
Instagram which is.

Speaker 2 (27:29):
At chip door c H I P D O R
S c H.

Speaker 1 (27:33):
And as you guys go into the weekend and you're
having all the period sex ever, hope Well, I could say,
I hope you're living on the edge having all the
period sex you want. I hope you always remember to
a casual I kind of actually work. Really. That was
our new tagline, All the time

Speaker 2 (27:53):
Period Okay, bye bye two
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