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Free Menstrual Cup + US $9.95 (~AU $14.20) Shipping @ StopPeriodPoverty.org

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From the website

1 in 4 women on their period can’t afford to buy tampons, pads or liners.

Over our lifetimes we'll throw out hundreds of kilograms (pounds) worth of un-recyclable santiary waste.

We don’t think that’s right… not for us or the environment!

Thanks to our partner, Asila Essential Oils, we're able to giveaway FREE Menstrual Cups along with subsidised reusable pads and liners.

This offer is open to everyone, no matter your situation.

For every cup given away, we’re empowering women, saving the environment and enabling you to save money.

Go ahead, fill in your details and we’ll get your cup on it’s way to you!

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  • +4 votes

    How much is shipping?

    • +3 votes

      $9.95 S&H

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        Wouldn't it be nice if an organisation cared about under privilege people?

        You can get 10 of these from here for that price:

        https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Womens-Ladies-Medical-Silicone-s...

        Wouldn't it be nasty if they used an oppression card to spoil regulations and ruin it for the targeted people? Looks the system works better without virtue signalling.

        • -1 vote

          I dont get which part empowers women?

          1. Having the cups or
          2. Not creating sanitary waste?

          Doesn't make sences.

          • +5 votes

            @Bryanalves: They don’t do a good job of explaining themselves but I believe not having to take time off work, school or whatever because one can’t control the blood flow is the empowerment in this case.

          • +1 vote

            @Bryanalves: being able to afford / do something at that time of the month is the empowering thing ….. not everybody in the world has a mobile phone, not every woman has access to or can afford sanitary supplies at a supermarket.

        • -3 votes

          You’ve nailed it, pal, it’s the same with those poppies and Anzac badges – I bought 10 of the $50 badges from China for less than $1. Only needed the 4 for family because we want to support the veterans.

        • +5 votes

          I’d say women are much more inclined to purchase the stop period poverty ones because of the advocacy work they do and the information they provide. It’s not just about the cheapest, you have to think about what you’re actually putting inside your body.

          Are the eBay ones approved for use by any regulatory body? What are they made from? Medical grade silicon doesn’t tell you much. I’d be terrified to put that cup inside my body without knowing as much as possible.

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            @twincinna: You’ve nailed it, pal. I would bang on about 'veterans' but @chymb seems to have that covered.

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      $9.95

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      Click n collect available? Just take the menstrual cycle to get there - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ2dZE_i6mQ

  • +2 votes

    no lid? isn't my coffee going to spill?

    • +2 votes

      Dracula?

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        It's Rhubarb tea

  • +6 votes

    They should expand from StopPeriodPoverty to StopPovertyPeriod

  • +1 vote

    $9.95 S&H

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    A what now?

  • +7 votes

    Mother's Day present. The last one you will ever need to buy.

    • +2 votes

      is she still menstruating

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    Arent they recyclable? I mean those pads

    • +3 votes

      Yes, medical waste is definitely recyclable.

      • +1 vote

        You can sanitise it by boiling

        • +6 votes

          And make broth at the same time

  • +4 votes

    If someone bleeds heavy, they can get a mug rather than a cup

    • -2 votes

      They'll need a jug.

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        Is that you Jughead?

    • -2 votes

      You're the only mug we'll need.

  • +1 vote

    Any possibility the cup breaks inside

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      rubber silicone, so unlikely unless you already see tears in the cup

  • +2 votes

    Crikey! As bloke I wouldn't know what to do with one of those. Can I just make a donation instead?

  • +2 votes

    Bloody good deal

    • -1 vote

      Bitchin deal

    • +14 votes

      Thank you for telling women how to live their lives.

      I'm sure they will drop everything and listen to what you have to say.

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        Before the 20th Century, most women used cloth pads or “rags” during their menstruation. Disposable pads didn’t become common in America until after WW II. Among rural and low-income women they didn’t catch on until the 1960’s. As with diapers, there have always been people who prefer cloth to disposable. Disposable pads do not biodegrade very quickly. Plastic diapers and sanitary napkins are likely to be two of the most common artifacts that future archaeologists will find when excavating landfills from the 20 and 21 Centuries. I wonder what kind of commentary this will be on our present lifestyles? Only time will tell.

  • +11 votes

    $9.95 S&H

    All transactions in USD

    that's ~AU$14.50

    or aliexpress AU$1.70 delivered

    that site is just marketing.

    "Please SHARE - every share is equivalent to more than $20 worth of advertising!" - oh! I can "help" other women to get their "free" menstrual cup, and this altruistic company is "helping" women

    it's silicone. it can be squashed. it is squashed when it is inserted. this could be packed into a flat envelope. for cheaper postage. there is no "free" here.

    if you want to help then buy from an australian charity.

    NZ has this one that actually appears to help people

    article by Choice magazine about menstrual cups

  • +2 votes

    When ordering you can choose to add three reusable pads for $9.90 USD extra too.

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    Bleeding good deal

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    Anyone who can read this deal or afford to waste $10 on shipping does not need financial aid for containing their periods.

    Why is this posted here.

  • +1 vote

    The wife's birthday is coming up perfect gift thank-you Ozbargain.