I called Professor Chris Bobel in her early morning office hours to talk about menstrual euphemisms. Working full-time in menstrual health as a science researcher here at Clue, I myself am not immune to using euphemistic language unconsciously. What the terms tend to have in common is their nondescript nature.
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Period sex isn't that different from "regular" sex. Universal Pictures. Having sex on your period can be a totally normal, enjoyable experience, just like the sex you have any other time of the month.
A young lady was out riding, accompanied by her groom. Sex runs through slang like blue through Roquefort. There would be much more to come.
In earlier times, when English-speaking people wanted to get down and dirty, they might say they were playing at couch quail, engage in pup-noddy, make butter with one's tale, or ride a dragon upon Saint George. Want to brush up on your historical sexy slang? These charts can help.
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Maybe having sex on your period is your favorite thing. No it does not! It means you see what your body is into and what her body is into and you go from there.
This phrase likely originated sometime during the late 19th century. Women would layer pieces of absorbent cloth or other material together until they created a pad of rags that was sufficiently thick enough to absorb their menstrual flow. They also would use pins to attach it to their undergarments.