Paul Stanley and Kiss encouraged their fans to “Let’s Put the X in Sex”, emphasizing the connection between music and romance. Similarly, Kotex promotes the idea of embracing intimacy even during menstruation, challenging societal taboos around the topic. It takes a courageous individual to broach the subject with their partner and advocate for maintaining a healthy and fulfilling sexual relationship, irrespective of the menstrual cycle. Introducing Let’s Have Period Sex Chocolates by Kotex will get your lover’s attention, period!
The Let’s Have Period Sex Chocolates include 5 succulent truffles made with vegan dark chocolate to cool your cramps and libido-boosting Shatavari to light your fire. Shatavari is an Ayurvedic herb with a storied past of repro revival. Enjoy them solo or with someone special. Because there’s no sweeter period relief than chocolate and sex.
U by Kotex has partnered up with Phasey to create a box of chocolates specifically designed to give your V-jay the love it deserves this V-day. Because periods shouldn’t get in the way if you want to get it on.
Valentine’s Day is swiftly approaching, and in its spirit, U by Kotex, a menstrual health brand, is determined to advance its mission of destigmatizing and normalizing conversations around periods. This year, the brand is energetically continuing its efforts to create a more inclusive and open dialogue surrounding menstrual health, aiming to break down societal taboos and empower individuals to embrace and discuss this natural aspect of life.
Normally, consumers don’t connect these two concepts, but that is precisely the goal U by Kotex is pursuing. Teaming up with Phasey, a brand specializing in functional foods for improved menstrual health, U by Kotex has launched the “Let’s Have Period Sex” campaign in collaboration with the Quality Meats agency. The campaign aims to challenge societal taboos surrounding intimate activities during menstruation, fostering a more open and accepting conversation about this natural aspect of women’s lives.
Research indicates that nearly 40% of women would opt out of engaging in Valentine’s Day intimacy if they were menstruating. Surprisingly, 54% of women are open to the idea of period sex, yet 40% feel hesitant or embarrassed to communicate this preference to their partners. Additionally, in unfortunate news, 25% of women who have experienced the onset of their period during a sexual encounter report having been subjected to shame from their partners due to this natural occurrence.