• Yidi Wu

    Et tu, laundromat?

    Thoughts on laundry, friendship, betrayal, and bats

    March 17, 2016
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    The thought of doing laundry occurred to me as I stared at the pipes running along the ceiling of my room. The pipes were painted white, but there was an occasional chip in the paint and you could see the silver metal underneath. There were 3 pipes, running parallel to one another; the third was […]

    please, not another euphemism

    reusable menstrual products could help end the social stigma that surrounds having a period

    October 1, 2015
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    We find a million ways to avoid saying it —it’s “that time of the month, ” or “Aunt Flo came for a visit.” For those not feeling so delicate, they’re “on the rag” or “surfing the crimson tide.” When the cramps get bad, many women still claim headaches or stomach bugs. Tampons, pads, and panty […]