Pictures of this cup and others.
Tentative history of this cup.
Older comments from users of menstrual
MUSEUM OF MENSTRUATION AND WOMEN'S HEALTH
Tassette rubber menstrual cup (catamenial
instructions, promotional leaflets for women, doctors & medical
community (1950s-1960s, U.S.A.) (tentative
history of this cup,
pictures & sketchy history
of American menstrual cups)
"a fresh point of view"
(different pamphlet from the
identically named one & here)
I thank the former Tambrands, maker of Tampax tampons, for contributing
Below: Front page. The booklet measures
6 x 3" (15 x 7.5 cm).
This is the third piece of literature called
"a fresh point of view" - a title no longer
Below: Of course, Tampax said something
similar when it started advertising its tampon
with an insertion device. (More early Tampax
undated ad: "3 out of 4 nurses use Tassette"
- newspaper article, 20 March 1961: "New Menstrual
Aid Offered on National basis" -
undated leaflet: "'Tassette' menstrual cup for
internal sanitary protection" - undated leaflet: "a
fresh point of view" (#1) -
Tassette stock prospectus, 1961 - "Tassette:
the safe and sanitary menstrual cup" - "a
fresh point of view" (#2) -
"A Note to the Budget Minded" - "Tassette Menstrual
Cup: The ultimate in Sanitary Protection"
- the third "a fresh point of view"
Pictures of this cup and others. Tentative history of this cup. Older comments
from users of menstrual cups.
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