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04/08/2015 - 15:03

"Being a girl with Endometriosis, "accidents" have always been an issue. I spent a lot of time missing school, work and social events due to being afraid of having an embarrassing moment and having to carry a change of pants with me. Nothing ever worked right and I was constantly on birth control trying to avoid my body simply being itself. I've been using Softcup for 5 cycles now and I don't know how I ever made it without them! I love not having to worry and not being scared of TSS when I sleep.

02/25/2015 - 14:15

-Jennifer Gunsaullus, PhD

My job can be intimidating to men, especially when I’m in a potential dating situation with them. They are generally interested in talking about sex, often in a personal way, but their reactions belie some interesting assumptions they have about sex and my work. The wacky conversations tend to go in six directions:

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02/11/2015 - 10:17

By Jennifer Gunsaullus, PhD, Sociologist & Intimacy Counselor

12/16/2014 - 12:41

We're proud to announce that Project Dignity, our commitment to donate Softcup to underprivileged girls and women, has reached Peace Corps Volunteers in ...

12/11/2014 - 11:14

Softcup has saved my sanity and given me the ability to be "normal" during that time of the month. I have always had very heavy periods; I would normally go through a super plus tampon in 2 hours or less. Now, with Softcup, I can get hours of worry-free protection.

09/04/2014 - 15:42

To the wonderful people who work for Softcup, 

My name is Sheryl and I would like to thank you for your product. Since puberty I have had a severe allergy to traditional tampons and pads (Tampax, Kotex and so on) that you can purchase in big stores. I would have to purchase all cotton, rayon-free, dye-free famine products from a health food store, which was very expensive.

08/26/2014 - 16:46

Imagine a world where men decide your pay scale, who you marry, and the number of children you have, by restricting your access to contraception. Sadly, women all over the world still face these hurdles.

Today, Women’s Equality Day marks the anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote in the United States.  Women’s Equality Day stands for justice, autonomy and opportunity.

07/17/2014 - 12:22

To the wonderful people who work for Softcup:

My name is Sheryl and I would like to thank you for your product. Since puberty, I have had a severe allergy to traditional tampons and pads that you can purchase in big box stores (Tampax, Kotex and so on). I would have to purchase all cotton rayon-free, dye-free products from a health food store, which was very expensive.

Around my twenties, I developed a sensitivity to the adhesive of the cotton pads. If the adhesive touched my skin, I would develop a severe rash....

05/20/2014 - 11:10

Softcup is not a conventional method of period protection—and we love that. So, that begs the question…what are the benefits of talking about alternative period options?

Here’s our short list:

05/08/2014 - 10:54

 

I want to say how much I love reusable Softcup. I am a nurse and don’t always get a lot of time to go to the restroom. They have been numerous times when I am unable to get to a restroom for several hours. Softcup has come to my rescue on these occasions. I keep one in the side pocket of my lunch bag for emergencies. Thanks for the save!

~Terri

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