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Women regularly shave their genitals with their partner's facial razor and line their underwear with toilet paper instead of sanitary pads, Australian radio host Jackie O has claimed. Despite the monthly occurrence of the menstrual cycle, millions of women suffer from early or late periods which means they're often caught off guard at work, on dates or out with friends without sanitary products. Jackie said the universally accepted solution to this dilemma is to stuff underwear with a few sheets of toilet paper until you can get home and grab a pad or tampon. Her colleagues insisted that any girl who denies using the toilet paper trick is 'a liar'. Jackie told Kyle that women only shave, wax or laser hair from their bikini line if they are almost certain they're going to have sex. She continued that when an intimate encounter occurs unexpectedly, women slip to the bathroom to quickly shave — often with their partner's razor. You're shaving [your genitals]…with our face razor?
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As a result, she and daughters Becky and Kate have set up an innovative social enterprise in a bid to help women in poverty across the UK access sanitary towels for free. And they share the philosophy that no girl or young woman should have to compromise their health and wellbeing. Their new website that launched in January provides free sanitary towels as well as educational resources that they hope will help women manage menstruation safely and without infection.
The ad, which ran in the Metro, invites readers to cut out their own sanitary towel from the newspaper page — highlighting the reality that one-in girls in the UK cannot afford sanitary products and have resorted to using loo roll, socks or even newspaper. Launching its range of sanitary products in in 80 Waitrose and ASDA stores this week, Hey Girls was founded just eight months ago by Celia Hodson with the help of her two daughters, Kate and Becky. We believe in trade not aid. This unique partnership has brought creativity, technical skills and mentoring to early stage social ventures like Hey Girls, which adds value beyond the funding they receive.