Tampon usage, for a lot of women, is a normal part of a monthly routine. Advertised as safe and effective to help with the flow of bleeding during that time of the month, most people who use tampons do not even bat an eye when it comes to the period product. Tampons can be a great alternative for pads, cups or other forms of menstrual products, especially for athletes, swimmers or those who are active.
There is something universally exciting about standing in a crowd with thousands of other people, waiting with anticipation for your favorite artist to walk out onto the stage and begin to perform all of your favorite songs you have been listening to for years.
When people think of wings, they think of Red Bull. The bubbly, syrupy energy drink is known to bring liveliness to crowds in concert venues, stamina for those on the go and exuberance to those who might need a pick-me-up. The iconic energy drink has been in stores since 1987 and since then has blown into a massive company that sponsors events, athletes, gaming, dance and more.
It has been said time and time again that eyes are the gateway to the soul. They are timeless, and they never age. Eyes can tell a lot about a person’s feelings and emotions, and they can oftentimes be read when words are not enough.
For generation upon generation, society continues to press women into a box of stereotypical projections on what a woman should be. For the most part, women are told to be meek, small, and weak. Women should be quiet, soft-spoken, and gentle beings who are only there to be caretakers amongst the men they grow and raise. These stereotypes wash away in just about every instance, in Film Director Gina Prince-Bythewood’s newest film “The Woman King.”
When you’re born into a system built against you, the likelihood of success diminishes as those in power profit off of the impoverished. On the streets of Atlanta is no place for young men with big dreams, however, that is where most of those born into poverty reside, finding side hustles as a way to provide for themselves and their loved ones.