It's not okay to make fun of menstruation

Period.

What do British women call their menstruation cycles?

A bloody mess



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What do menstruation and guys whining about being rejected have in common?

I don’t care about either

The British just aren't good at menstruation jokes.

Full stop.

I’ve been working on a film about menstruation in the 60s.

It’s a period piece.

Globally, the lack of awareness for women's reproductive health is a major problem. We need to grow up and understand that menstruation is not a joke.

Period.

I tried to sell AMC a movie about menstruation.

They said they weren't interested in doing another period piece.

I’m making a documentary on the history of female menstruation...

It’s a period piece.

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The official list of emojis for 2019 has been updated to include a drop of blood, which is meant to symbolize menstruation. Although, if tech companies really wanted to accurately portray the suffering caused by periods...

...they should use an emoji of a husband quietly masturbating in the bathroom.

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What does menstruation mean?

A bloody waste of Fucking time.

If I wrote a book about menstruation...

would it be called a period piece?

Roma menstruation

Q. What's the best thing about a Gypsy on her period?

A. When you finger her you get your palm red for free.

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What do you call a crab holding a basket of tampons?

A crustacean menstruation station.

God told Eve

-You shall pay your sin with blood
Eve asked
-May I pay it in installments?
And God created the menstruation

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Man and his doctor's advice

A man came to the chamber of a well known doctor.
**Doctor:** Hello and good afternoon. What seems to be the problem?
*Man:* I don't want any more baby, doc. Save me.


**Doctor:** Okay, tell me why can't you stop having a baby?
*Man:* I used a condom so that my semen won't...

It's not a real hotdog without ketchup.

That's how my father describes menstruation.

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