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"A cis friend and I literally started cramping on the same day last week... I have become the Midol dealer among my friends. But yeahhh, I understand how some girls who don't get cramps feel like they're missing out, but yeahhh I'd rather be kicked in the nether region in terms of pain and discomfort."

Who wants to bet his friend got her period and he decided he wanted to skinwalk her? "I totally have cramps too, fellow woman! Here is some midol, now give me your used tampon for my fetish validation or you're a bigot!"

Who wants to bet his friend got her period and he decided he wanted to skinwalk her?

That was my first thought.

Also, Midol dealer? I hate how they think that happens so often. Girls and women learn to prepare for their period pretty quickly after we first get it. Although I feel safe and comfortable asking a woman for a pad, tampon, etc. I'm just not often in that situation to begin with.

I think I've taken Midol maybe once? These people think we are walking stereotypes, and that we're constantly starting our periods on short notice without any inkling of our cycles or ability to plan ahead. The more I think about this comment, the more insulting it is to women and girls. Midol dealer. This is pure fantasy. I wonder if he has ever actually interacted with a woman.

If it's not just fantasy I'll bet he's friends with a bunch of handmaidens who are tripping over themselves to validate him.