Swedish naturist Maxinne Bjork has shared a photo on Instagram of herself smeared in her own menstrual blood. In this social media-driven age we are used to seeing weird and wonderful photos every day. We scroll through our feeds and look at everything from Kim Kardashian's bum to someone's incredibly healthy dinner. But one image on Instagram is stopping people in their tracks - because it's rather unusual. Swedish naturist Maxinne Bjork has shared an image of herself, naked and covered in what she calls her own "life-giving fluids" - that's period blood to you and me.
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A period is a release of blood from a girl's uterus , out through her vagina. It is a sign that she is getting close to the end of puberty. There is a lot to learn about periods. Here are some common questions that teens have. Most girls get their first period when they're around But getting it any time between age 10 and 15 is OK.
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Being naturally squeamish and five kinds of repressed, I didn't immediately love the idea of watching women menstruate. I was down with Rupi Kaur's protest against Instagram. I dug Petra Collins' psychedelic vag tees. But something about full-frontal free-bleeding seemed a little too "much" for my delicate twenty-something sensibilities. It's a good thing Vancouver photographer Jackie Dives is a certified doula. She eased me into her collection of period portraits one at a time, reminded me to breathe, and made me feel like the whole experience was totally worth it. I came out the other end convinced everyone should air out their traumatic visions of couch stains and pregnancy tests, like, once a week at least. VICE: You've made a short film about women's first periods.
Please refresh the page and retry. P hotographer Rupi Kaur has effectively made Instagram, one of the most popular photo-sharing websites in the world, accept that periods are not inappropriate. Last week she posted a photograph of a fully clothed woman lying in bed with a period stain on Instagram. The guidelines prohibit sexual acts, violence and nudity — they do not mention anything about periods. You deleted my photo twice stating that it goes against community guidelines. Over the weekend her post was shared thousands of times, and Instagram eventually reinstated the photo and apologised. Of us. The adert, showing a pubescent girl thrilled to get her period, went viral with more than 30 million viewers. The vlogs feature advice on using tampons, avoiding PMS and what to expect from your first period.