[DEUTSCH]Willkommen in der Vulvani Community
Wir haben dieses Forum für Euch kreiert um einen sicheren Raum für Austausch und Fragen geschaffen. Wir möchten mit euch über alle Themen von der ersten Periode bis zu Menopause sprechen. Uns ist ein ehrlicher und wertschätzender Austausch sehr wichtig. Es gibt kein richtig und kein falsch und wir bitten euch die Meinungen aller Mitglieder zu respektieren.
Dies ist ein zweisprachiges Forum (Englisch und Deutsch). Ihr könnt also in der Sprache eurer Wahl posten. Scrollt einfach ganz runter, um die Sprache zu wechseln.
Helft uns dieses Forum mit Leben zu füllen und viel Spaß beim Austausch!
Euer Vulvani-Team x

[ENGLISH]Welcome to the Vulvani Community!
We have created this forum for you to create a safe space for exchange and questions. We want to talk to you about all topics from the first period to menopause. For us, an honest and appreciative exchange is very important. There is no right and no wrong and we ask you to respect the opinions of all members.
This is a bilingual forum (English and German). So you can post in the language of your choice. Just scroll all the way down to change the language.
Help us fill this forum with life and have fun sharing!
Your Vulvani Team x

Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Emilia Clarke's New Comic
#1
The ultra-famous actress known for her role in Game of Thrones is working on a new project to not only empower women but help normalize menstruation for young girls and adult women a like. I think this was worth sharing as I love the concept and the idea of this! 


Quote:The actress is now set to transport her empowering portrayal of strong women characters into a new realm, with the upcoming release of her debut comic book, M.O.M.: Mother of Madness.

Comic book heroine Maya's appeal and relatability lies in the fact that it's the decidedly ordinary that makes her extraordinary—a busy single mother, whose life is changed as she gains superpowers through her menstrual cycle.

"She's a single mum that's got to get s**t done," Clarke told Variety. "This was born from the idea that single mothers are superheroes. You need superhuman strength to do that.

"When you get into your 30s and your friends start having kids, you're like, 'Oh my god. I was not aware of what it took. Holy s**t.'"

As for how Maya's cycle has been weaved into the storyline, Clarke explained: "The bloating, the hair growth, the mood swings, the [acne], all of it. We hate that when it happens, speaking for myself and everyone I've ever met who has had a period.


"What if we turned that around and made the period something that we can feel as this unique, crazy, superhuman thing that happens in our body? When Maya is scared, she goes invisible, when she's angry, she has superhuman strength. She can swing like Spider-Man from her armpit hair."


Source
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)
This forum uses cookies
This forum makes use of cookies to store your login information if you are registered, and your last visit if you are not. Cookies are small text documents stored on your computer; the cookies set by this forum can only be used on this website and pose no security risk. Cookies on this forum also track the specific topics you have read and when you last read them. Please confirm whether you accept or reject these cookies being set.

A cookie will be stored in your browser regardless of choice to prevent you being asked this question again. You will be able to change your cookie settings at any time using the link in the footer.