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Or returning to the table only to have your date tell you that something must have fallen out because now your panti-liner is stuck to the OUTSIDE of your pants leg? Why are young women so “mortified” (to use the popular teen magazine lingo) when these things happen? This is the twenty first century and we all know about menstruation. We see ads for feminine hygiene products on television and in magazines. These ads tell teenage girls that they are strong, athletic, on the go young women and with the right products they can stay on the go, even during those “difficult days.” More importantly, using the right products will insure that no one else will even suspect “it’s that time of the month.” Having your period shouldn’t be public knowledge.