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Monday, May 23, 2005

Vacation Period

As some of you may already know by reading (and listening to) my main blog, The Wandering Webwhore, we're in the middle of a two week plus road trip, so we don't have much internet access. I was going to skip my period (by continuing to take birth control pills rather than taking a week off of them) while we're vacationing and have it when we get home so I won't "waste" a period without shooting content for BloodyTrixie.com, but I'm going to go ahead and have it since my dreams, etc. are sort of disturbed in the week before my period starts. I'd rather just have my period, and get back to normal rather than wait which I fear would prolong PMS.

Anyway, if you're trying to email me you will not get a response until after we get home around June 3rd or 4th. While we're gone we're running discounts on memberships to all of our sites (except BloodyTrixie) so you may want to check that out:

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

The Menstruating Nun

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We shot this set of photos last week. I haven't been flowing very heavily since I started on the pill, so I planted an Instead cup inside me on my heaviest day hoping to accumulate enough red fluid to play with. I did a non-bloody camshow while wearing it (giving myself a whopping orgasm which I feared might dislodge the cup), then waited for Tucker to get home from work. Then he had to do a show, so I went to the post office to pick up a present from Blasphemous Bob (perfect timing!! It was the nun's habit, and I knew it would look excellent with the diving nun dildo he sent me earlier). I was wearing the cup for over six hours when we finally started shooting.

Not surprisingly, the cup reached maximum capacity a few shots into the session, and the blood just bubbled out of my cunt for some spectacular looking photos. Anyway, I think they're fun, beautiful, and a fitting tribute to that nazi fuck, the new pope. The Catholic church has so much blood on its hands, I see red when I hear all of their hypocritical damaging policies. I am not saying I hate all Catholics or that I have no appreciation whatsoever for the church, because that's not true either. I think religion CAN be a beautiful, meaningful, positive thing and religious people CAN (and do) do wonderful things (even the ones who irrationally and hurtfully oppose things like CONDOM USAGE). With the selection of Joseph Ratzinger it's clear that they want to keep Catholics (particularly women) in the fucking dark ages. I would personally love to douse Pope Benedict XVI in a little of my own personal holy water, but I digress.

Anyway, I had a blast getting my hands and pussy coated with blood. The only thing that sucks is how quickly blood dries getting very very sticky, and even crispy/flaky.

Post Script: I shouldn't call Ratzinger a "nazi" just because he was enrolled in the Hitler Youth. It's not fair or accurate, and I actually despise the way the world villifies the common German soldier during WWII since the sad, scary truth is that most of us would have done the same thing under those same circumstances. That is not to say that I excuse the terrible things human beings do to one another, I just don't think that the average German joe during that time period was MORE terrible than the rest of us. People are capable of doing horrible things.

Instead Cup: Material Changes?

Drat. "Instead" seems to have changed the materials used to make their menstrual cup. It used to be really rubbery feeling (not only the ring, but the cup part), and now it seems like the cup is made of some cheap-ass crinkly thin weird cellophaney stuff. Lame. I liked the old way because they were extremely durable: I got a lot of use out of just one cup by using it over and over again (rinsing it with super-hot water in between). I don't think the new ones will withstand that kind of repetitive usage.

I am also always disappointed when people have to advertise their product in a way that appeals to the squeamish and stupid masses. Take this for example (a quote from their website):
"The INSTEAD Softcup 'loves making love!'
Wearing INSTEAD Softcup during your period, you and your partner can enjoy 'clean sex'and he won't even feel it's there!
First of all, there is no such thing as "clean" sex. Sure, I understand what they're getting at, and I appreciate their use of quotation marks around that ludicrous term, but the whole thing just grates on me.

Why do we need to resort to these cutesy (and inaccurate) phrases to refer to sex and our bodies? Why can we not be BLUNT? This annoys me in the same way the "Sweet Spot" products annoy me. They're a great idea (properly pH balanced vulva cleansers), but the name itself contradicts the mission (since the whole POINT is that women's genitals are, chemically speaking, NOT sweet/alkaline).

I would prefer to buy something labelled "safe cunt cleaner" rather than "sweet spot intimate grooming products". Oh, in the absence of safe cunt cleaner, I *do* love the sweet spot products . . . and I *do* appreciate the idea of being able to fuck while menstruating without engaging in a sheet-destroying blood bath (though I usually prefer the blood bath myself).

Another thing I dislike about Instead is that the cups are too big for me, and press hard against my urinary tract making it difficult for me to pee. They only make it in one size, which means petite childless women get shafted (I do get sick and fucking tired of people catering to breeders and large horsey women at the expense of short and small childless chicks).

Ooops . . . I accidentally posted this entry over on my main blog, and got an interesting comment on it from jyl:
That's because they don't want you to use them over and over, they want you to use a new one each time. This is because they say it's unsanitary when in actuality they just want you to buy more.

I love Instead but I too am irritated with the new material.
I am glad to hear I wasn't just imagining the material change. I'll try not to be too mad at Instead since I imagine the material costs are pretty high for such a substantial product, especially when most women are probably too squeamish to reuse the cup (and probably crazy enough to wash it with antibacterial soap or something bizarrely clean-freak like that which would be VERY bad, if they did). I'm sure it's a huge legal risk for the Instead people to advise anyone to use common sense, since chances are some woman somewhere would drop the thing in the toilet and rinse it in her poopy water, then stick it back in and wind up in the hospital with an infection and sue the softcup manufacturers because "they said I could use it again".

I'll try to look on the bright side and hope that the new material will degrade faster in landfills, since it is a pretty sturdy little piece of waste, especially the old way. Ugh. I just wish people could use some sense and that those of us who reused them responsibly could continue to do so with the superior old product.