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This Line Of Period Panties May Be Replacing Pads And Tampons

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  1. Alana says:

    Thanks for this. I have a daughter with autism and I think one day this will be great for her. My only question is…How did your softcup get lost (twice)? And how on earth did you find it??? I only use softcup and I find this puzzling.

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      It’s not that it was lost. It was oddly positioned above my pubic bone, and my fingers were so short, I couldn’t grip the ring.

      It’s didn’t take long to get out, but I had to stop panicking, put down the Crown Royal, and concentrate to find that sucker.

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      1. Jersey Girl says:

        This happened to me, with a cup being stuck. OMG I feel your pain. After that I was one & done gave the box to my friend lol

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  2. Lilly says:

    Um…yeah I will just stick to tampons☺

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  3. Oenz says:

    Ms. Stokes,

    Your witty writing cracks me up. Thank you for these informative articles. I use the diva cup with panty liners since I have light and short periods, but I’m considering getting the cloth panty liners. Have you tried them?

    Happy Holidays!

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      I’m so happy to hear that you like my writing. [currently dabbing on these pros]

      I have used cloth panty liners. I’ve made my own once when I was waiting on my direct deposit to drop in my account. I was broke as hell that day!

      Since I’m pretty much the Chief Menstrual Tester (hahahahaha), I’ll try one from several companies, and I’ll write a review about it. 🙂

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    2. Modern Day Kay says:

      Yes, it had me cracking up. I really enjoy her writing as well.

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  4. Dexi James says:

    What about clots?

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  5. MinaT says:

    So I’m a lot amazed and a little confused… Does this panty absorb the flow yet stay dry to touch???! Like even if you sit down, it won’t seep through to your clothes???
    #SayItAin’tSo!

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      Actually I JUST tried them both ways. If you use it with a tampon, you’re super dry. If you use it without, you’re dry for about however long it takes you to fill 2 tampons.

      I used them overnight, and no leaks. Way better than wearing a pad at night. I also wore them all day with my tampons and felt dry as a bone.

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  6. Erika Meijer says:

    this article was VERY convincing and i will be buying a pair as soon as i can muster up the courage to spend $30+ on a pair of panties lol

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  7. Alexa says:

    I’m actually interested in trying these but I still have so many questions. Luke how do they still dry? Lol

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      Very dry. The magic lies in the layers. Check out their website here (http://www.shethinx.com/pages/how-it-works) to find out how the layers work together to keep you dry.

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  8. Dianne says:

    Thanks for this review! You’ve thoroughly convinced me to try them in the new year! I need to witness this magic.

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  9. Ms. Smith says:

    @Kai -Geesh who P!$$€D in your cereal?? Lol!

    & Joy I really love your articles ! I will definitely try it… I just don’t want to put them on and be surprised with a ‘waterfall’ 😩.

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  10. Kyla Ky says:

    Wow, I’ve never heard of Thinx and it sounds interesting but I’m too nervous to try it. I’m too afraid of leaking so I stick to what I know. I actually prefer pads over tampons because my flow can be quite heavy and I find it easier for me. I’ll keep Thinx in mind if I ever decide to make a change.

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  11. Imma stick with my $5 box of tampons…

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  12. AJ says:

    I’m soooo confused. My countdown is on for this added expense to stop at 46. I will stick to my pads until that wonderful day arrives.

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  13. I just can’t understand these panties. How do you change if you’re out all day and where do you put the bloody one? I rather wear a panty liner with Tampons because I can change and dispose while I’m out. They’re not expensive. $10 for both every 2-3 months.

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  14. I think this is great for young girls who are just starting there periods.

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  15. Love says:

    Wow! Interesting. Definitely worth checking out. Thanks!

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      Get $10 off if you use my email: [email protected]

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  16. K. Nichole says:

    Hmmm, Interesting… So, highly tempting. I hate washing my own messy panties, so that’s my one and only reservation. I’ve birthed babies and now my own stuff makes me squeamish. Weird.

    I wonder if this is a rejuvenated idea from older times before tampons and pads.

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  17. Jaz says:

    I wonder about infections??? This sounds amazing I even love the mission behind the product! But what if you’re at work, that’s and 8hr day…so I wouldn’t be able to change/remove the underwear until I got home?

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  18. Kisha Barton says:

    I have so many questions about this like for instance how often do you wear these panties during the course of your period? And how do you change them if there is only one pair you wear per menstrual.

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    1. Missy Foster says:

      Seemed a bit much, but after reading this article, I’m intrigued :-/

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    2. So the panty has a built in pad?

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    3. Kisha Barton says:

      @Joy So if you wear the panties without a pad or tampon your saying they will hold you for 5 to 9 hours? But what’s in the panties that is providing that much coverage/protection? Because when I saw the pic of the panties they look like regular panties to me and I did not see anything that would give me super protection like that.

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    4. Kisha Barton says:

      And what if you have a super heavy flow would this panties still suffice? Because they keep referencing everything to a tampon and I never wear tampons. I wear the Always Flex Foam pads which are very thin but the protection is great for women with heavy flows.

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    5. Kisha Barton says:

      Girl I read the article and Yes I still have questions… And??

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  19. Jazii Jay says:

    A cup seems better than this.

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  20. I DO NOT want these. Please return the ones you bought me

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  21. I want to give these a try. After I have this baby of course and I actually need them. Reading is fundamental. If you haven’t read the article or went to the website then don’t comment until you have.

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  22. What is a wide set vagina?!

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  23. Interesting but i cant see myself just letting it go I n my underwear…but I might try it for a day

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    1. Oh wait, you wear one per cycle? Nah, I’ll pass

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  24. I’ll keep my divaCup… I agree no more pads and tampons though.

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    1. It’s an alternative to tampons and pads. U insert the cup and it collects the flow. That way you’re not constantly having to change tampons every time u go to the bathroom. Simply dump it into the toilet, rinse or wipe out then reinsert… I love it! There’s videos on YouTube abt it. I got mines at cvs.

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  25. I can’t even begin to wonder how a woman would think a pair of panties would be enough protection during her menses? And what if she’s a heavy bleeder. Talk about lots of messed up clothes and chairs…

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  26. Where they sell this at? Lol

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  27. Lmao girl what is a wide set vagina, you mean loose lips? I’m all on Google like

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  28. Shaia says:

    Hi Joy! Great review!
    You really hit my curiosity as I was still wondering about the cups.
    Thank you for the tip about diva cups 😉
    Thxs also for the discount code (it helped me save on shipping a thinx panty to France).

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  29. I don’t care I would still have to wear all three to to be safe

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  30. Neca Lockley says:

    I own a few pairs of THINX and I love them!

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  31. So the whole concept makes sense…works for some people, just not for me. Lol

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  32. Dee Adeenah says:

    No one caught the Mean Girls Reference but these are my sentiments exactly Kersonder Williams

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  33. Classic quote from mean girls! Lmao

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  34. Mean girls reference! Absolutely love it! You are too funny!

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  35. Shawn says:

    What if you have blood clots? How does that work with the panties?

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  36. LB says:

    thanks for the info and keeping a chic up to the times! i’m sooooo old school.

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  37. roseinweeds says:

    as a kid i was encouraged to use cloth or tissue. and as an adult…i still utilize these and occassionally utilize pads and tampons. my flow is often very light except day 1. this is interesting though. i have never heard of ne thg like it!

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  38. Olivia says:

    Where did you find the info that the cup lasts 10 years? I thought they (Divacup) recommends replacing yearly.

    I’ve been debating between purchasing thinx or the cup and I can’t tell which would save me money in the long run.

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  39. Angela Love says:

    What is it a diaper panty lol

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  40. Kelli Capri says:

    Why not just get depends brief

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  41. Its something in it that stops u from feeling soiled

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  42. Kelli Capri says:

    Tell me how it works.. I’ll pass

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  43. I think I wanna try some LOL

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  44. I’m still perplexed, like I don’t understand… but am curious

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  45. Yeah, like where does the blood go then 👀🤔

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  46. That’s what I’ve been thinking… and they don’t stink? Like what?

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  47. Latoya Jones says:

    I want to know what’s her issue with her son peeing in the shower lol

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  48. Hahahah wtf!! Something is wrong here… 😂😂😂

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  49. So you only wear these pants and it soaks in the blood ? :/

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  50. Have you looked at the reviews ?

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  51. I’ll stick with my Softcups. I like them wayyyy better than tampons. I can’t say anything about the panties because I’ve never tried them.

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    1. I was thinking of trying those!

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    2. I love them. Idk why but it’s made my period less painful. You can wear the cup for up to 12hrs so I say try it out. Especially with all the chemicals in tampons.

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    3. I second that. I started using a cup about 4 months ago and it’s the best decision I’ve ever made.

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    4. Soft ups are affordable and good I just wish that they can be flushed

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  52. Hell no. Pads all my life.

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  53. Rita Barsoum says:

    Um wouldn’t this be messy ?? And feel like a diaper

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  54. Kai says:

    Can this chick form one sentence with profanity? She is on a serious rant not review. She’s so into herself women cant feel pleasant about her review of a new product. Hell bleed out and spare us with your special attention to your itty bitty size and asset. Are you a Kardasian?

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    1. http://xonecole.com/wp-content/themes/xon/images/xoicon.png Joy Stokes says:

      Hahahahahaha! < ---Your comment is funny as I eat my cheesecake, price a weight watchers meal. But no, I'm not a Kardashian. Why? Do you know one? Give Yeezy my number 🙂

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    2. Alana says:

      Profanity?? Where? I think she formed a page of sentences without profanity. Unless I missed something.

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