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“Smile – Sister, Smile!” Kotex menstrual pad ad from WWII

“Smile – Sister, Smile!” Kotex menstrual pad ad Unknown magazine U.S.A., 1940s during World War IIYear after year artist Irving Nurick drew Kotex ads for teenage girls starting in the 1940s. I think they’re terrific. Of course, the cartoon kids were WASP to the core and, um, the kids looked like me, actually. That’s a fool disclosure.

But melancholy drifts through the innocence. Many of the real boys and girls would die far away from home, blown to bits, dead of disease. Others would lead women into today’s world.Average age at menarche in various culturesmenstruation, girls, start, age, history, period, menarche, secular trend

But melancholy drifts through the innocence. Many of the real boys and girls would die far away from home, blo


Added: May-30-2012 Occurred On: May-30-2012
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