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      I always thought the same thing, then it happened to me. Got pretty drunk right at the end of my period when I was using super-small light tampons and only having to change them every 8 hours or so because by that point I wasn’t even really bleeding any more. I’d thought beforehand that I would need to pop to the loo before sex to remove it, but then my boyfriend and I were on the couch and the mood shifted really suddenly and I didn’t even think about it. In the dark, drunk, with a small tampon and a condom on so he can’t really feel texture that well, it’s totally doable. Basically the first thrust pushes it right up into the fornix and after that it’s out of the way so it can’t be felt any more. Luckily I realised right afterwards, but it still took about 10 minutes to extract it :/ I started freaking out that I was going to have to go to A&E too. Best thing is to squat and push so you can reach it easier. Anyway, the point is that with alcohol anything is possible, and some mistakes are easier to make than you might think…

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      I’ve been on the receiving end of a fair amount of catcalling and unwanted male public attention (thankfully not as much as some women, which I suspect is because I’m very thin and flat-chested!). But probably the worst one was when I was 18. I was walking alone across town to get picked up by my mother after seeing friends, at about 11 o’clock at night. A group of about 5 or 6 lads in their late teens / early twenties (very drunk) started yelling incoherently at me, then crossed the street and surrounded me. One got right up in my face and started crooning “Talk to meeee, talk to meeee”. I very politely said “I’m sorry, I’ve got to go and meet my mother.” Without any warning he then yelled “C*NT!! C*NT!!” right in my face. I ran off and they kept yelling ‘C*nt!’ at me until I was out of sight. It was absolutely terrifying and just demonstrated how some men do not seem to have been raised to understand that women are human beings who are worth as much as them and deserve to be treated as such. There is definitely a strong sense among a rather disturbing number of men I’ve encountered in different spheres of life that women are inherently inferior, that it’s funny to try and humiliate or embarrass them in public without giving any consideration for their feelings, that a man is by default entitled to a woman’s time and (sexual) attention and if she doesn’t provide that it means she’s a bitch, etc… It’s really quite depressing sometimes, to be honest :(

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      32A here and honestly I’ve always been pretty glad I’m entirely flat-chested - I run at least 6 miles a day and I hate to think how awkward (and painful?) it would be to try and do that with a huge pair of knockers swinging away… Also had a rather busty friend at school and she used to get acne in her cleavage line from sweat / food crumbs which was pretty unpleasant. On the other hand, I struggle to find dresses/tops in high street stores in my size (I’m about a UK 4 / US 0 on top) and if anything is shaped around the bust it’s just a joke when I wear it. (Also I have short hair so if I don’t wear make-up people think I’m a teenage boy…) Pros and cons as with anything I guess.

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      I think the reason H&M sizing differs across the store is to do with their different ranges which I guess must be produced by disparate sub-companies. I’m a UK size 8/US size 4 generally and that’s what I take in the ‘normal’ section of H&M (or an XS). But in their Divided range everything seems to be sized bigger, so an 8 can be too big. However their sportswear stuff (the trousers anyway) are sized small, so I take an S rather than an XS. Then their Logg range is just ridiculous - I bought a pair of size 10 trousers the other day and they’re the tightest trousers I own! So basically you just have to learn what fits in which section of the store (which is pretty irritating tbh but anyway…). And I agree with previous posters that they need to sort out their ankle and knee sizings on their trousers - I’ve struggled to get the ends of trousers up to my ankles before when they’ve fit fine everywhere else. Maybe they don’t realise some people have heels?

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