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-Always keep 2-4 pads/tampons (or a cup) in your backpack, whether you’re on your period or not.
-Keep a sweatshirt or hoodie in your locker incase of a leak.
-Wear dark pants. Leggings and yoga pants. No faded jeans, no gray sweats.
-Carry tissues for wiping up stains.
-Consider keeping a pair of underwear and a pair of leggings (or other thin pants) in a medium-to-large Zip-Lock baggie in your backpack along with the pads/tampons/etc. In case of a leak, you can change. The baggie is for your stained clothing.
-Tuck your pads/tampons under the band of your panties, on the side/at the hip. Pull your pants over them, and you’re good to go.
-If you use tampons, take a look at U by Kotex CLICKs. They’re about an inch shorter than regular applicator tampons, and therefore easier to store. ( <a href=“http://www.kotex.com/na/products/u-by-kotex-click-tampons-regular/15949”>http://www.kotex.com/na/products/u-by-kotex-click-tampons-regular/15949</a> )
-If you wear uggs, supplies can fit nicely inside them.
-Lay down a towel to protect your sheets from leaks.
-If you sleep on your back, the pad has to be farther back, too.
-NEVER SLEEP IN A TAMPON.
-Wear “long” pads to cover the entirety of your underwear.
-Have a pad already in your underwear so you can put it on right away.
-Insertable products can be worn in the shower.
-Rinse your privates with lukewarm water, and NO SOAPS, DOUCHES, OR WASHES.
-Use a dark towel.
-Shower more often than usual.
-If you do leak blood on the floor, it can be wipes up with a Clorox or Baby wipe. No big deal.
-Cold water gets stains out, hot water sets them. If you use warm water on your stains, they’re more stubborn than before.
-Ice can help too. Its literally a stick of really cold water.
-They happen to everyone, not just you, so if someone laughs at you, death glare them or wipe blood over their forehead and shout “SIMBA!” (Just kidding, DO NOT DO THE SIMBA THING)
-As mentioned above - sweatshirts and long shirts can cover stains, stray away from light clothing, and carry spare clothes with you. Also consider carryinf tissues in your pocket. if its on your chair, you might be able to quickly wipe it up.
Men, Guys, and Boys:
-Wear briefs, put the pad in the briefs, and put boxers over the briefs. No one will see your pad, plus it gives you more layers (which means more layers a leak has to go through before it’s visable).
-If you’re comfortable with insertable products, a menstrual cup can often be worn for 12 hours before it needs a change. This means less public-bathroom changing.
-Clue is a period-tracking app that is red and white. That’s right. No pink. Ever.
-If you’re worried about buying supplies at the store, fake a phone call:
“No, no, I’m there…I don’t see that…wait, nevermind. Okay. Yeah, I’ll be home in ten minutes. Do you need anything else?
-You are no less of a man because of this. Cis guys go running at the mere mention of a period, or a pad, or a tampon. You live it. If anything, you’re more manly than them. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise (if they do, punch them in the face and offer them a tampon for their nosebleed).