Witch Weekly Magazine - Officially Published

Happy Halloween to all my Witches, Wizards, Muggles, and More out there! 

The new Witch Weekly Magazine has officially kicked off and this month we’ll be featuring the following articles:

Molly May I?

The Charming Chef

Special Feature: Scottish Independence

Raving Recommendation: More Things Than are Dreamt Of

Featured Witch: Hermione Granger

Muggle of the Month: Malala Yousafzai

In Her Honor: Lily Potter

What’s Your Position Quidditch Quiz

Horoscopes

Please visit our publishing site http://joom.ag/W80b to get the full functionality of the magazine with your wand (unfortunately our spells don’t translate onto screenshots), full resolution pages, and zooming capabilities. (We apologize that it does NOT work on mobile devices yet as that subscription options is a bit out of our starting price range. So reblog this and look on a desktop or laptop later!)

We’re so excited to share this venture with you and we hope that you spread the word as well!

And now, for your reading pleasure… Witch Weekly Magazine:

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Tilt and balance.

Back when I first started drawing them in 2011, the Keeper had antlers and the spellmaker had horns. I’d phased them out by 2012 because I kept thinking about how uncomfortable it would be for them to sleep lying down. Their current antler/horn-less states are more mundane, but I sleep better knowing they also sleep better.

anonymous said:

Is it okay to ware a menstrual cup for the duration of your period (emptying and then replacing it immediately)? Even at night?

Yep!  

  • Just pour the blood into your toilet bowl (or a jar so you can water your plants with it later if you’re a weirdo like me)
  • Then rinse it out under the sink
  • Pop it back in until it’s full again!
  • At the end of your period, boil it in your designated period-pot.

Yes, you can use it at night, though if you have a very heavy flow, start with your cup and a pad at the same time to watch out for leaks.  Once you have a good relationship with your menstrual cup, you can ditch the pads all together.

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Yay cups!
<3 Chloë

anonymous said:

Would a tampon protect you from embarrassing situations during your period at the pool?

Yep.  Some studies were done with people inserting tampons and then sitting in tubs full of blue-dyed water.  When they got out, the tampon was removed, and it was still completely white.  I tell you that to illustrate that water doesn’t get up into the tampon.  Sometimes, depending on how heavy your flow is, you might still end up with spotting, but that can be managed by keeping an eye on it and changing your tampon as needed.

Another thing to consider is menstrual cups.  They look like this:

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They’re soft and made of silicone.  You insert one into the vagina and the flexible rim of the cup pops open to make a seal against your vaginal walls.  The blood being released from your uterus through your cervix collects in the cup until you remove it and dump it in the toilet or sink.  Rinse it out and put it back in for the entirety of your cycle.  It is reusable for as many as 20 years.

Find them here:

Have fun at the beach/pool this summer!