Cup in peeing

Duration: 4min 45sec Views: 449 Submitted: 03.11.2019
Category: Babysitter
When I was a little girl, I had the coolest friend. I thank my lucky stars that we are still very best friends, and she would absolutely love that I just called her Barbra. As an eleven year old, Barbra was much like an adult in a tiny body; she read books for adults and took frequent trips to New York City, bringing back stories of what she found in the Village. While flipping through a pile of Seventeen magazines and listening to Jill Sobule in our matching Gap Kids overalls, she would tell me about this other world know as the Village, what people wore and what women used for their periods instead of pads and tampons -- rags and keepers. My tiny mind was blown… and disgusted and then we moved on because under no circumstances did I ever want to talk about periods. Fast forward twenty years and change, and I am using a keeper, or cup as we call it now.

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