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[Video] Women Tackle Dialogue About Menstruation in "For Vagina's Sake"

2017/12/26 | Permalink | Source

Women all over the world tackle talking about their periods in "For Vagina's Sake". In this main trailer for the documentary, these women talk about their transition to the menstrual cup and their open approach to mensturation that has not always won them kind words. Their talks are changing the landscape of how we talk about and approach the discussion of women's menstruation.

"For Vagina's Sake" (2018)

Directed by Kim Bo-ram

With Kim Bo-ram,...

Synopsis
Woman's body bleeds regardless of her will. Through untold ages, this bleeding has been the symbol of secret, mystery, fervor and disavowal. The process of bleeding which has been taken care of with any absorbent materials, however, has undergone changes through critical moments of human history. NPR, the public channel in USA declared the year 2015 as 'The Year of the Period', and 'Free Bleeding Movement' arose also in Korea. Numerous startup companies launched products for "New Bleeding". Over a million viewers are visiting pages of sanitary-products-reviewing youtuber, and politicians start to talk about the blood. The walls of information collapse, and women choose their own way of "how to bleed".

Release date in Korea : 2018/01/18

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