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1 24th September 16:37
samantha pierce-harder
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Some people are gonna think this is gross. Fine. But I think it's a
legit question and I would like an answer.
Is it likely to make you sick to drink your own menstrual blood? I
mean, theoretically since it came from your own body, it should be
'safe.' But does anyone KNOW? Does it contain waste products? I
thought it was just blood and some other mucus/******l fluids. I've
heard that drinking too much raw blood will upset your stomach. I
mean, lots of us have TASTED our menstrual flow (or am I alone
there?), but . . . how much would be too much?

Just FYI, this is meant to be worked into a ritual/sacred act. I don't
really think of my period as being 'gross' at all, and would like to
incorporate it more into my spirit work.

Thanks for bearing with me on a potentially squeamish topic!
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2 2nd October 23:54
trippy
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In article <imih735iulm8mgjki9e6464b3g9i3k2rok@4ax.com>, Samantha
Pierce-Harder took the hamburger meat, threw it on the grill, and I said
"Oh Wow"...

Menstrual fluid is sterile coming out of a body.

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3 2nd October 23:58
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No, it isn't.
Blood is very rarely 'sterile'. If someone isn't actually ill, they are
highly likely to be carrying *something*. OK, so if you're already carrying
it, you're not very likely to be able to infect yourself, but then the bugs
that reside in the ****** are not the same as the bugs that reside on the
skin or in the mouth. If you really want to ingest blood, I recommend
Black Pudding - there are several good suppliers on Scunny Markit.
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4 16th October 02:05
samantha pierce-harder
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Ever considered going to a therapist for anger management and ***ual repression problems?


No biker has died yet of drinking menstrual blood

You should try it. It might change your sad life and make a man of you

http://www.red-wings.com/wings-culture.html

The fact that women bleed for five days every month without dying is
a concept that is wholly foreign to men. There is nothing like having
oral *** with a bleeding woman to remind a man where he comes from.
Discovering this connection to his animalistic, primal side is also
part of what marks the transition from boy to man. Whether it is
ritualized or informal, the issue of red wings whether to earn them
or not will surely continue to be a cornerstone of ***ual
development for the modern male.
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5 17th October 12:05
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Bloody well right!
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6 18th October 12:46
shadow walker
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Being that the mestral cycle in many cultures is a sacred time were women
should be away from anyone is a bit of a clue here. Menstrual cycle or
period was at one point a product of the body in the same way urine, and
fecal matter are. Once it starts the breakdown process to be evacuated from
the body it is now a byproduct and no longer considered viable by our body.
At this point it starts to basically die and starts to do like most things
that die, it starts to sour or smell, rot just a little. Some will go on and
on about how horribly it smells but get a grip there are much worse smells.
Any way, for rituals, runes, incense and spiritual work that hurts no one it
is ok to use it. I would not suggest eating it though, it is kind of a by
product at this point and should be treated as such.
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7 19th October 13:31
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Odd, but hardly surprising, are the number of men who are grossed out by
this, (some even while a woman *isn't* menstruating) but expect women to be
not only OK with but enthusiastic about swallowing *****. JAO...
MJ
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8 19th October 13:32
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Do you like to swallow?
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9 19th October 13:32
mokosh
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I'll reply to that question with a bit I heard on a radio show.
Two men, one woman, are discussing the vasectomy one of the guys had
obtained. The other guy asked, "but if your tubes are snipped, what happens
to the *****?"
The first guy replies, "It's absorbed back into the body."
The woman asks, "Did your doctor tell you that or did you just get a bad
taste in your mouth?"
MJ
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10 19th October 13:32
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OK, perhaps, but still a load of superstitious bollocks.

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