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User avatar #1 - whenallelsefails (02/14/2013) [-]
But wouldn't all girls look around, to see if they have started or something...
#2 to #1 - vaginismus (02/14/2013) [-]
Not if they just had their period or are on pills that can control when they have their period.
#4 to #2 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
Nope nope nope.

The whole upper female reproduction system is treacherous. Sometimes you think your period is done, a couple of days later you get a big bloody splotch just to **** things up. And even on the pill you can get spotting. It would never be anywhere near enough to leave a mark on your pants, unless you're going commando with some really thin ****** pants/tights. But then you're just asking for the universe to **** things up.

But seriously, never trust a womb.
#5 to #4 - vaginismus (02/14/2013) [-]
I'm on the pill and only used to get slight dripping if I hadn't "kept" my period in over two months... I don't really remember much of the time before the pills, but I know period can surprise anyone.

But um... What does womb have to do with period?
#6 to #5 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
... Biology 101. Period has nothing to do with the ****** , it's all up in the womb. Period is caused by the walls of the womb getting swollen with blood so that a fertilized egg could easily attach to it. When this does not happen, that tissue peels off and, thanks to gravity, goes down and out through the ****** .

So yeah, ****** is just a nice warm tube for things to go in and out of. Everything else happens higher up.
User avatar #55 to #6 - pikininja (02/15/2013) [-]
The blood doesn't come out because of gravity, muscle contractions force it out. That's what causes cramps.
Thought I'd share.
User avatar #86 to #55 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
True, though gravity certainly helps. A lot of women have little to no cramps and therefore have as much awareness of the contractions as they are of the ones happening in their digestive track.

All hail the magic of human bodily functions!
User avatar #94 to #86 - Bravechampion (02/15/2013) [-]
So... I'm going to go throw up now... I shouldn't have read this... too much description, the basics were good enough for me.
User avatar #99 to #94 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
Cause hearing about an exfoliating womb is worse than having stomach acid with partially digested food go up your esophagus, into your mouth and nose until, finally, you get to see all the glorious bits and pieces while you gag uncontrollably.

Sounds legit.
User avatar #24 to #6 - roflsaucer (02/15/2013) [-]
Well I learned something today.

Although, it is very much a topic I could have gone a lot longer not knowing. Like, until a time I HAD to learn. But, you know, it's cool. Now I know how periods work, rather than just knowing what they are.

But something definitely tells me I'm not going to be really talking about knowing this.
#8 to #6 - vaginismus (02/14/2013) [-]
I wonder why you felt the need to state that period has nothing to do with the ****** .

I never really thought where exactly the blood came from. But thank you for the biology 101, even though it was delivered in such a condescending tone.
#88 to #8 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
Because I assumed you thought it all happened in the ****** , since you asked what wombs had to do with the process. And because there's no reason not to. ****** .

Sorry, I guess, for the tone, though I can't help it. I firmly believe that you should have this explained to you the first time you wake up in bloody sheets, if not earlier. So I found it... jarring that one who has to deal with the process and even takes contraceptives didn't know about how it works, even in general terms.

So, yeah, welcome to the internet, where we welcome everyone with open arms and a can full of disapproval. Enjoy your stay.
#92 to #88 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
I kind of assumed the blood came from the ovaries as the eggs separate from them. I really don't remember any lesson where the whole process would've been explained in such a detail, but then again I might have missed those lessons. Though now that I think about it, we never dealt with much human biology even though it's way more interesting than plants.

Well, whatever.
User avatar #95 to #92 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
I guess you could think that, especially since everyone calls it "period blood" when it's not just blood, so you don't have to wonder what kind of tissue is peeling of from where.

And that's kind of sad. While plants are interesting, everyone always has more fun with the big ass skeleton during the lesson. Of course, then they all start to hate it when there's a test that asks for names of all those bones and stuff.
User avatar #20 to #8 - roflsaucer (02/15/2013) [-]
Er, because you asked what a womb has to do with periods, so she explained it... and the ****** is part of the explanation, soooo...

And I don't see how she was being condescending, she was explaining **** to you. Being condescending would mean she viewed you as "inferior" for not knowing.
#50 to #20 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
As 						******					 had nothing to do with it, there was no reason for her to mention it.   
   
And I know what condescending means.
As ****** had nothing to do with it, there was no reason for her to mention it.

And I know what condescending means.
User avatar #54 to #50 - roflsaucer (02/15/2013) [-]
You're kidding me, right?
First of all, ****** IS a part of it, because, you know, it IS a part of the process, even though the main body of it occurs higher up. So she mentioned it.

And if you know what it means, then use it right.
#56 to #54 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
To me it felt condescending. And you are contradicting yourself. ****** is part of it? Even though simplygabriele said "Period has nothing to do with the ****** "?

I suggest you research. The blood part of menstrual flow indeed has nothing to do with ****** , other than it flows through it.
User avatar #100 to #56 - roflsaucer (02/15/2013) [-]
Before you say I'm contradicting myself, please read what I said. You just restated EXACTLY what I said. I said that she mentioned it because it was part of the explanation, and that even though it really didn't have anything to do with it, it IS a part of it, although minor.

Or do you just have another hole somewhere else that it flows through?
#101 to #100 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
Oh my god. It's ******* useless talking with you.
User avatar #105 to #101 - roflsaucer (02/15/2013) [-]
I know that feel.
User avatar #9 to #8 - machinaeprime (02/14/2013) [-]
As a human who has cycles monthly and will for the next 40 years, you should be aware of what the **** is going on in your own body.
#51 to #9 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
I am now.
#10 to #9 - anonymous (02/15/2013) [-]
The American sex ed, everyone.

Aka, it doesn't ******* exist!
#52 to #10 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
What the **** does America have to do with anything?
#11 to #10 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
post that under a user name euro fag.

idk, i live in small town,montana.... our sex ed was in like the 6th grade and was pertty decent. then in like science, and health classes later on in freshman and sophmore years.... it got indepth and wired. we were assigned a STD and had to find pictures and make a report, and then give said report to the class..... wired **** went down in health.
User avatar #90 to #11 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
I'm an "euro fag" and the stereotype of ****** american education, especially sex ed, only exists because the country doesn't have very rigorous standarts. In the same city you can have one school that has great classes and devoted teachers, and another one where they're just glad you show up in class and get taught **** that lands you in Yahoo! questions hall of shame.
#96 to #90 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
thats bigger cities.... my town has great edicuation... my class only had 60 soem kids in it...

so, poor acidemic preformance, is directly linked to sex ed. hum, ok.

i also, and most americans do... agree with you.... that our system is ****** , and it needs to be changed. however, corruption, greed, ETC stop this in our legal, and political systems..... your countrie is probably NOT any better. your saying EVERY SINGLE SCHOOL in your home countrie (aprently your 20, and living in cali...so i assumne your either trolling, or moved across hte pond) has perfect attenndence, no drops outs, high GPA, no drtug abuse, and prefect teachers? i think not.

and sence your not from EU, my rant is almost useless.....
#152 to #96 - anonymous (02/15/2013) [-]
I didn't know it was possible for someone who has English as their first language to abuse grammar in such a horrible way.
#239 to #152 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
im dylextic, sir anon
User avatar #107 to #96 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
I did move across the pond.

And my only point was that you didn't need to take the whole thing personally, like the guy ran over your dog and pissed on its corpse.

And I don't think it's corruption or greed that's stopping US from implementing a better education system (although that gets in the way of having better teachers and classrooms), it's that school boards and text book review counsels are made up from "regular" people, rather than professionals in the field. So a barber can protest about how history books say that certain founding fathers had some rather racists views or a soccermom can start a ********* about schematics of " ******* parts" being in a biology textbook. But that's just my two cents.

And yeah, poor academic performance is linked to sex ed. It's a class you take. Just how it's linked to maths and comprehensive reading.

And way to overgeneralize things that I didn't even talk about. Having a good education system has nothing to do with attendance, drop outs or drug abuse. That's all on the students' and their families' side. You can have great teachers and education programs, top notch textbooks and heated floor classrooms and have kids that don't want to or are simply incapable of learning, but that doesn't mean the system is ****** up.
I also didn't say that EVERY SINGLE SCHOOL has to be perfect, I just said that there's a huge disparity between the levels of education schools provide, both public and private. And I'm not even insinuating that students should have the same results, as in same GPAs and exam scores, just that they should be given the same information and opportunities to learn.
#116 to #107 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
the rez (indian reservations) gets funded for their school loads of money... they have the heated floor ETC. the school tries its best...best teachers, ETC... and its still a ***** school. true parrents probably maek 80% of a kids will to go to school... the otehr comes from anti--bulling, fun exciting teachers that are still effective. ETC

poor GPA is not linked to sex ed. our true sex ed was an assembly taht was never tested on. we got bags with some de-orderant, **** about our unspeakables, and like soap. girls and boys were of course split...

in health class we were tested on it... but it was only a part of hte class... not the full thing.

and a agree with you about the sensorship of books... its needed, but its out of control. like if a history book protraied hitler as missunderstood, and innocent..... you would want that changed. or that jews are the anti-christ.... ETC

schools have become more like our moms every year... wich is good, becasue some peoples moms dont give a **** , drink, get high, and **** strange men every night (that was my child hood!!!)....so the school takes over, makes them want to come to school and all that. however, they overstep bounds in certin places.....

look at montanas schools... there the beggest city has liek 1/4 of a million people....2nd largest is around 80,000. their may be some ***** schools (cough copugh billings central, and hte rez cough) but the rest are great. and im making hte rez sound like its a lot worse than it is...

i took it personally because every god damn time im on here.... some one shoots their mouth off about the states.... an its usually wrong. brits calling us fat, when the obesity rates are only 1% different. (brrits are slightly leaner).... it gets anoying... especally when the state/town you live in is like thows films from 1965 with the 4 member family, white picket fence, and a dog.
User avatar #237 to #116 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/15/2013) [-]
"School performance" does not equal GPA. But I didn't know why you linked grades with sex ed in the first place.

And censorship as you described is only a part of the problem, in my opinion. I'm all fine with a sort of an advisory role, like warning the publishers that wording in a paragraph could be misunderstood to be anti some sort of social group and that some families could be offended by it. But I find that fact that people who have no idea about the subject could just decide what is taught to children is just ridiculous.
I wouldn't try to **** with math textbooks cause I'm not a math professor, but apparently knowledge and facts are less important than people's preferences.


And everyone bashes everyone. Britain calls US fat, US mocks Britain about teeth, Russians are constantly portrayed as alcoholics that drink a liter of vodka every morning, scandinavians are all gay, greeks are jobless, don't let a Pole near your car, jews are all cheap and trying to steal you money, Catholics rape children, and French make them chainsmoke... Calm down, no need to have a stroke over people's opinions.
#238 to #237 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
never heard half of thows steriotrypes lol.... i thought i did NOT link sex ed with grades, and you did like 2 posts above. currently packing for a 450mile car trip...so i cant re-read all this crap.

but, ya, its not.

idk... i dont why people have to bash others....
User avatar #241 to #238 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/16/2013) [-]
I can help you, there it was "I'm an "euro fag" and the stereotype of ****** american education, especially sex ed, only exists because the country doesn't have very rigorous standarts. In the same city you can have one school that has great classes and devoted teachers, and another one where they're just glad you show up in class and get taught **** that lands you in Yahoo! questions hall of shame."

I didn't relate it to grades but to not paying attention, ****** education plans and lazy or agenda driven teachers. And lo and behold, you get **** like "If I have sex while pregnant, will my baby get pregnant?" or ridiculous urban legends like "If you eat three whole lemons the day before you start you period, you'll push it back".
#243 to #241 - kainhall (02/19/2013) [-]
well.. to have a perfect eduication you would have to take drugs to MAKE you wnat to learn...and be taught one on one by a teacher that spent the last 35 years in college.

meh... i know i got a good edicuation....along with the rest of glasgow...


and im confused here... your saying people get these yahoo answers things from a bad edicuation...wich in part... is from sex ed classes? would not more sex ed classes stop that?
User avatar #244 to #243 - simplygabriele ONLINE (02/20/2013) [-]
Why do you keep bringing up perfection? There's no such thing, no humanly achievable perfection at out current state of mental and technological evolution, that is. But that shouldn't stop people from trying to make things better and easier to achieve, rather than muddying the knowledge with superstition and political agendas.

And sure, more, or I should say "better" sex ed classes would minimize stuff like "I'm pregnant and I stopped having periods. Why? Is baby drinking the blood or something?! HALP!" or "I'm a 13 year old guy and I want to start having sex, but I don't have a condom. When will it start growing?". Those are not necessarily sprouting from a complete lack of sex ed, but rather sex ed classes that go with "abstinence only" policies that don't explain how sex, especially safe sex, works. Or worse, there are those who misinform kids about the effectiveness of condoms and other contraceptives. Sure, it's not a huge percentage of sex ed classes and they're usually not done because of some malicious intent, but it still has an adverse effect on the teen population.
#245 to #244 - kainhall (02/21/2013) [-]
true... it was not till college till i heard "go out, drink, smoke pot, have LOADS of SAFE sex, and jsut enjoy your self here". that was said at the incomming freshman orantation. im at a college that rivals that of boulder, CO for liberal thinking.

anyway... the whole perfection thing...we agree on. the only way to have it...well their is no way. no drug exists, or probably will (hopefully).

i think we are in full agrement actually...but with different ways of explaning our opnions.

#53 to #11 - vaginismus (02/15/2013) [-]
I assume you're from the US. It seems you did get more indepth sex ed than I did, and yes folks, I am from Europe.
#65 to #53 - kainhall (02/15/2013) [-]
im from glasgow,montana,usa... small town, great state. dont be hating on the entirity of "mericka" just because the media only shows you the idiots.


ps. capticha is 406... the area code of the entire state of montana...
User avatar #3 to #2 - whenallelsefails (02/14/2013) [-]
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