(Closed) At what point do you say screw the environment?

posted 4 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 3
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Newbee

You are putting those in your wedding’s bathroom for the ladies?

NASTY. 

lol. 

Post # 4
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Ive heard of them.  Not quite too sure how they work, as far as reusing goes. I think they’re pretty sustainable though. Better for you body than tampons I imagine.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

What’s a menustrating mermaid? Sharkbait I say… XD Sorry I crack myself up

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@Aquaria:  Oh my godddd those just look like they’d be so uncomfortable to…insert. Eeek!

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

@Aquaria:  There are actually some very practical, reusable feminine products that exist. Unfortunately, products like these gives sustainable living a bad name…

Post # 10
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

@Aquaria:  well sponges arent scratchy when wet, I think you moisten them to soften them before using.  I meant better for your body because they dont contain the chemicals that tampons do and they dont carry the risk of TSS. Thats just a guess though, I’ve never researched them, I use a cup. I thought there were a few people around here thst used them, maybe they’ll chime in!

Post # 11
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

@OnceUponATime:  +1.  I haven’t every tried sponges, but I’m a big fan of reusable period solutions.  

Post # 12
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

@Aquaria:  you can also have sex with them in I guess.

Post # 13
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Sugar bee

I don’t get why it’s stupid, it’s way more environmental-friendly than the enormous waste produced by throwing off tampons and pads every month. I would definitely be interested in trying sea sponges, since I’m already beyond satisfied of my menstrual cup. I wouldn’t go back to non-reusable products. 

ETA : Well, after a quick research, they appear to be more like a temporary solution, because you’re supposed to rince them every 3 hours. I guess for intimacy it can be a good idea not to get messy, but I wouldn’t go to work knowing I have to rince it multiple times during the day. I don’t have to worry about that with a menstrual cup. 

Post # 14
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016 - Santa Barbara Courthouse

How are they stupid…? I’ve used them and they are actually extremely comfortable, especially compared to tampons. I think it’s a great reuseable, enviromentally responsible, and natural alternative to pads and tampons, which I’ve never had a good experience with. 

Post # 15
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Aquaria:   well I’m on your side with this one… Lol

Post # 16
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Yeah. No. Nor for me. I use tampons without applicators and never use pads. And I throw the used tampons away rather than flushing. That’s what I’m willing to do. Rinsing sponges? Not happening!

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