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Scots comic aims to boost understanding of menstruation among men

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It was a television advert for sanitary towels featuring blue ink instead of red that inspired musician Kev Sherry to create a new Scottish comic script character challenging society’s awkwardness over menstruation. . https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/17294294.scots-comic-aims-to-boost-understanding-of-menstruation-among-men/

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