🩸🩸🩸Merry Christmas & Happy Period! 🩸🩸🩸
Welcome to the third part of She for She Christmas Sundays. Only one Sunday left 😱 Did you check out our 2 other She for She Christmas Sunday posts on Instagram? Otherwise visit @sheforshepads to see other fun ways to unite Christmas and periods 💃
❗️Let’s normalize menstruation❗️
Mouth-watering Christmas cookies shaped like tampons and pads? That’s right! There is nothing gross about periods. In 2020 menstruation is still taboo and stigmatized. Let’s put an end to that. This Christmas let’s welcome periods in every aspect of our lives, let’s be proud of bleeding. Let’s normalize menstruation 💪
🍪Who made the recipe for our Christmas period cookies?🍪
We know a lot about periods, but not that much about baking. Luckily sweet Asta, who runs @eatingthemplants was happy to help us. She made us a recipe for vegan Christmas cookies, shaped and decorated them as tampons🩸Using her recipe we made our own version shaped like pads!
We are very grateful for Asta’s work, helping us embracing periods ❤️
👩🍳Make your own Christmas cookies👩🍳
Download the recipe below to get started on your own delicious Christmas cookies embracing periods! The shape and decoration of the cakes is your call 👏 Get creative, get cosy, get into the Christmas spirit and be proud of your period! Please share your cakes with us by tagging us or sending a DM at instagram 🥳
If you prefer, you can replace the plant based butter with regular butter 🧈
🤫Come back next Sunday!🤫
Come back here or on Instagram next sunday for the fourth and last She for She Christmas Sunday to see our final fun way to normalize menstruation this Christmas 🎄🙌
She for She
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