See early tampoms Dale,
Wix and B-ettes and a bunch of other
Ad Aug 1965 -
actress Susan Dey ad,
1970 - gymnast Mary Lou
Retton ad, 1986 - ad,
British, 1994 (the thong advantage)
See more Tampax items:
American ad from August
1965 - nudity in an ad: May 1992 (United
Kingdom) - a sign
advertising Tampax during World War II - the
- an instruction
sheet from the 1930s
See a Modess True or
False? ad in The American Girl magazine,
January 1947, and actress Carol
Lynley in "How Shall I Tell My Daughter"
booklet ad (1955) - Modess
. . . . because ads (many dates).
Playtex Sport menstrual
tampon, 2006 (?), U.S.A.
a notch that helps ripping the cover
open and dampens the sound; heaven
forbid that anyone else in a women's
restroom should think someone was
using a tampon.
petal-like opening of the applicator.
have long been linked with
menstruation, maybe even ironically,
although the word itself probably came
from French and meant "flow."
And the camellia
has had a bizarre association with
menstruation in Germany.
string penetrating the plug, seen also
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