This shouldn’t be happening

Interesting article here about how some girls in Korea are forced to use insoles as sanitary products. 

Let’s be real, given that females do not choose to have periods, products should always be affordable or given to those who cannot afford them. 

The price of these things are ridiculous. We will have to buy them, hence why companies continue to profit. 

I always consider that homeless and less fortunate when I’m rounding up money to replace my own products. 

Even a single pad in a public bathroom is ridiculously overpriced.

Yet another reason why I wish men had periods, at least we’d be able to buy guy pads. No doubt they’d be cheaper. 


Social Media Could Be What’s Making You Feel Lonely

It’s the weekend! Anyway, I read this article on Lifehacker and it rang true for me. Social media was designed to connect all of us but at times, it seems like it does the opposite. 
Sometimes I would go on it and wonder why I wasn’t doing the same things and why everyone seems to have a better life. It made me feel so fucking boring because I had nothing to say that I was doing. And then it became about doing things just so I could post about it. Even then, I wasn’t getting any notice. No one cared. Dramatics aside, social media just wasn’t good for my mental health. It would leave me tired and annoyed. I found myself angered by strangers, I wanted everyone to shut the fuck up. 

Towards the end (as in the end of regular usage), I would only read my own posts. So on Twitter, I’d stay on my profile or mentions and on Facebook, I’d remain on my profile. Luckily, Instagram took off after I joined and left it, so I had less to walk away from. 

It’s funny because I now have even less interaction with people but it doesn’t bother me anymore. Now I’m just free to live life without comparing myself to millions of other people. 

That’s one less insecurity to worry about. 


And it just gets better

6. An illegitimate executive order was passed.

Trump’s latest executive order bans federal government agencies from issuing a new regulation without eliminating two existing ones. Such an order is “not a legitimate use of presidential authority,” a policy-making expert told Quartz. Federal agencies are empowered with making regulations through statutes passed by Congress.

Quote taken from Six absurd things that came out of the White House today.

Life, Social Media

Interesting article about social media

Often, when you go out, you see everyone’s eyes fixed on a screen. There’ll be groups of friends doing nothing but taking and posting pictures, instead of actually having a good time together. Something is being lost there.

I just read this and it sums up my issues with it pretty well. Of course, I’ve never abstained from it but I am a fleeting memory on Facebook these days and I tweet sparingly due to negative experiences. Like I always say, everything in moderation