6 Weird Reasons To Wear a Menstrual Cup That Aren't About Saving The Environment

Writing for Bustle, Gabrielle Moss takes a different approach to the assessment of menstrual cups, focusing on the personal rather than the environmental benefits. Check it out.

I’m sure that you’ve heard all the virtuous reasons that you should switch from tampons or pads to a menstrual cup — you’ll save money, you’ll help the environment, you’ll get to know your mysterious little lady flower a little better — but you might be surprised to find out there are some other, weirder reasons to make the switch. Because while all those usual reasons are valid, they also make menstrual cups sound like the kale of the period product world — something that’s good for you, but not particularly convenient or fun.