She posted her bloody cup with the caption: Denor shared the images with responses such as: Interestingly, in some cases, the ancient Mayans believed the blood could turn into medicinal plants too. Historians do know that in many parts of the ancient world, menstruating women were strongly associated with mystery, magic, and even sorcery. This blood can create life.
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This blood can nourish a fetus to grow.
Feminism is awfully confusing, and seriously gross sometimes. Share Tweet Share E-mail If stigma around menstruation exists today, you can rest assured it was much worse in earlier times throughout history. This same material was later used for the first Kotex pads. Not surprisingly, there was plenty of religious shame associated with menstruation, particularly in medieval Christianity. In ancient Egypt, the Ebers Papyrus BC hinted at vaginal bleeding as an ingredient in certain medicines. The feminist explains that this photoshoot is a step in her "journey" to "period-positivity," since society has apparently made her ashamed to bleed freely in public, not the most fundamental standard of basic hygiene which both men and women adhere to. Women are different from men, and our uniqueness is important, as we can help carry life into this world.