Ok, first of all, The Society for Menstrual Cycle Research just helped my viral campaign take one of its first baby viral steps with this blog post by the always awesome Chris Bobel.
Second of all, they alerted those of us already on red alert about a certain US women’s magazine (Elizabeth Kisslingof SMCR calls them, ladymags) that encouraged women to snub a cool looking new book. Stay tuned for a review and interview with the authors.
And third of all, in our annual Halloween run up I’m posting this year’s first offering from Tampon Crafts.
Imagine a world where we use reusable, eco friendly feminine hygiene products most of the time, and tampons become these things that are just sort of…you know…kicking around because they’re handy now and again, or some people still use them, or you never threw out that last box and it’s still there next to some out-of-date vitamin C, and you only noticed it when you took down the box of Sesame Street band-aids.
Ok, are you picturing that? If it helps, your band-aid has Ernie and Bert on it.
So here’s something to do with those tampons.
How cute is that?
Full instructions for the ghost (and a bat!) are available at the above link.