Let’s Talk PERIODS! WOOOHOOOOO

We all know that I’m not one that’s afraid to speak my mind, nor do I get embarrassed very easily, so I have no problem screaming at the top of my lungs about periods and vaginas.  Getting your period is natural, so as a woman, why should I have to keep my mouth shut about it? But not all girls are as comfortable discussing these sorts of topics as freely as I am, and that’s the issue that I want to address here.  

I grew up in a house with almost all girls so talking about these things happened pretty much every single day. Haha and Rob being the only male had to put up with it.  Kim and I were both with Rob when we first got our periods…it probably scarred him for life! He can pretty much handle anything now — he’s totally going to be that husband buying tampons for his wife LOL.

Read more after the jump!

It shouldn’t take a primarily female environment to make girls feel at ease talking about their period! Personally, I like talking about these things LOL, which was why I so excited to participate with Kim and my mom in a series of videos called “Getting Real” with U by Kotex. We answered girls’ questions about their periods, and shared some fun personal experiences of our own. Watch the video above for the first in the series, and then watch the rest on the Celebuzz Getting Real page.

U by Kotex has also launched a new line of products so be sure to check them out on their website.

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Comments (74)

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    Neecie |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    I talk frrely about if its with my brothers,co-workers my bosses they already know me. So I good lol

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    OLGA |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    HOLA KHLOE COMO ESTAS ESPERO QUE BIEN SOLO QUERIA QUE SEPAS QUE SIEMPRE TE VEO Y ME CAES RE BIEN ESPERO PODER UN DIA HABLAR CON SOS MUY GRACIOSA Y HACES QUE SEIMPRE SE ME SALGA UNA SONRISA TE APRECIO MUCHO OLGA DE ARGENTINA

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    Deanna |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    I was 9 years old! shopping with my mother and grandmother! I will never forget becasue I mom Cried, and said that her lil girl wasnt a lil girl anymore! BUt I love this! Girls shouldnt be shy are be afraid to talk about their bodies and the things that happen to us! LOve everything U Kardashians DO! xoxo

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    Deanna |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    Excuse my miss spelling I just typed really fast and didnt proof read! oopS!

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    Tomecca |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    Wow, that was alittle harsh Sea. Khloe one reason why I am a fan because you say what is on your and maybe apologize later lol! If men can fart, scratch their asses and dig in their nose, why can’t we speak about periods and vajay jay lol!

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    nameless |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    Seabrook. What year are you living in? I’m sorry if you are not comfortable talking to your mom about having something natural happen to your body. God created us in the way that makes having a period a natural experience in every woman. If you grew up in a home that you were unable to speak to your mother about something natural that was happening to you I feel very sorry for you.

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    andreautumn |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    I am going to start off by saying—I just love you & Kourtney! You both remind me of me and my kid sister. I wish we still had the relationship you both have!! I am also looking forward to seeing your & Kourt in Miami—my sundays are not the same without new episodes to watch :( COME BACK SOON!!

    I grew up in a household that my mother was very open with my sisters and I about periods. My mom did not have that relationship with her mother, everything was “hush-hush”, when my mom first got her period at the age of 9, she thought she was dying and was very upset. Mom always talked to us about it, and as soon as our Peditrician even mentioned he thought puberty was around the corner, she talked even more and I think I was the only 11 year old with the book “Our Bodies, Ourselves”, sounds hokey or even crazy. It helped, there were times I didn’t want to talk to my mom, but because she gave me the tools, I was able to find the answers. I ws comfortable enough to make my first gyno appt by myself, and seek out birthcontrol by myself when I was 17, I knew I had to do that and while all my other friends were scared, I was able to take control.

    My daughter is 8, the “Our Bodies, Ourselves” book is a bit much for her age, but she has the American Girl books that describe what will be happening to her body over the next few years-she is very comfortable talking to me and asking me questions. I answer them appropiately for her age. It is actually funny, her dad will go out and she will come up to me “Mommy now that daddy’s out can we talk about my boobs, when are they gonna grow?”

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    DArLiNg MiJa |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    Well just laughing at stupid people on here.
    I hate getting my period because its so abnormal and sometimes have light periods and heavy ones.

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    BigTitann |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    seabrook….. You Da BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Dls |  Posted on Apr 14th, 2010

    You are so funny Khole. I am 49 today and since watching you girls on TV has made be more open about PERIODS. My son says “mom you are so gross” Well he just has to get used to it. He and his friends talk about things that I don’t necessarily think is my business. Anyway I am the mom.

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