WHY DO YOUNG GIRLS EXPERIENCE PUBERTY MUCH HARDER THAN BOYS
Why is it that puberty for us young girls so much harder than what boys experience? I think they should at least get a with day cramps, bleeding, bloating, etc.
The Teenage Menstruation Cycle
Hey girlies, For once, I thought maybe I should talk about something with which we are all familiar: our periods.
Haven’t we all asked ourselves, “…why is it that puberty for us girls is so much harder than boys…?” In a just world, I think — at the very least for one whole day— they should experience what we go through: cramps, bleeding, bloating, etc.
So here’s a question I have for you ladies, actually: Are you comfortable talking to anyone about this, or are you only comfortable talking about it around girls? The reason I ask this is because for me — I blame my parents — I could talk about it anywhere, with anyone.
My other question is, do you have a name for your period? I’m serious. I have named mine Martha. Don’t ask — I have no idea why I named her Martha; but that is the name that always reminds me of my period…the monster.
So how do we all deal with this monster? Well, we just do. Because we are girls and we are all powerful. Hell, we go through school, we go out; and even put in a full day of work, all while enduring immense pain and discomfort.
We power through for days on end, in abject misery; but a lot of times we simply don’t show it. It’s like our body is saying, “…you didn’t give me what I wanted, so I’m making you pay…”
Having your period can be different each time and it varies from person to person. Sometimes it can be heavy, while other times is light, or even medium. Sometimes, which I would die for — when mother nature is in a good mood — it doesn’t even bleed much at all.
But most of the time and for the majority of us, it’s full blown cramps, discomfort and just feeling sick…and of course, the burning desire to scratch someone’s eyes out!
Regardless of what our monster brings each month, each person is different and you should never be ashamed of it. Having a period is like a hall pass to be bitchy and cranky; because, damn it, you are bleeding and in pain. Just remember to remind people you still care and love them.
Lastly ASK FOR THE CHOCOLATE, It will help you! Same with heating pads and Midol!! These are all very helpful during your period.
So, to close out our chat, don’t be afraid to talk to people about your pains and worries — This is how we all learn.
Don’t be afraid to be cranky. If it happens, and someone wants to bitch at you because of it, just look them in the eyes and say, “…well, I’m sorry. Are you bleeding from your privates…?!” Then just watch as they cringe and flee in horror, while you laugh it off.
Hope you’re all good! Stay safe♥️
The drawing at the top is a drawing of a Creepypasta named Sally. I really enjoyed drawing this one one and hope to do a painting of her soon. She was drawn on a lined sheet of paper with a 0.7mm mechanical pencil.
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