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I don't think the average young woman understand what is happening!
#1
This is something that I was a bit taken aback by. Several women on another site have confessed that they had thought urine and menstrual blood come from the same "hole" and other things of that nature. One even confessed that she didn't want to use tampons because she pees a lot throughout the day and it would inconvenience her. Then on the topic of cramps, some didn't know these are contractions and just assumed they had large eggs. 

I feel like more women, especially younger ones of today, need to learn more about their sexual organs freely and not feel ashamed by it.
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#2
I think you are right. I feel like this is down to mothers not teaching their daughters about this stuff and relying on schools to do it for them. A lot gets left out. It is something a mother should be talking to her daughter about. If she doesn't, it almost instills the "embarrassment" factor of menstruation, and girls/women have NOTHING to be embarrassed or ashamed of!
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#3
I will be honest, I was not completely aware of myself because my mother had taught me nothing and relied on my school to teach it to me. She is luckily I ended up learning more about menstruation and sex as I got older or I could have ended up making some really bad choices.
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#4
It does seem that way! Like mothers just aren't talking to their daughters or something. It is such a basic thing but not talking about it or being weird about it I think establishes misinformation and shame for young girls. I hope things change with this now that women are being freer and empowered with their bodies.
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