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21st Nov '17 1:24:49 PM Pichu-kun
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* Triela's periods pop up a few times in ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. In one scene she's complaining about them but the slightly younger Henrietta notes she herself can't get them due to having her ovaries removed due to her Conditioning, [[spoiler:though it's implied to be related to having been gangraped repeteadly prior to the story]].

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* Triela's periods pop up a few times in ''Manga/GunslingerGirl''. In one scene she's complaining about them but the slightly younger Henrietta notes she herself can't get them due to having her ovaries removed due to her Conditioning, [[spoiler:though it's implied to be related to having been gangraped repeteadly repeatedly prior to the story]].
21st Nov '17 1:24:15 PM Pichu-kun
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->'''Al:''' You know who was a good woman? Veronica. You know, from Franchise/ArchieComics? Veronica never had a period.\\

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->'''Al:''' You know who was a good woman? Veronica. You know, from Franchise/ArchieComics? ComicBook/ArchieComics? Veronica never had a period.\\
17th Nov '17 11:16:02 PM Mei-may
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* ''FanFic/WalkingInCircles''. [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Evelyn]]'s friend, Keldra, once complains about having to deal with her stained clothes and her period being irregular and asks if Signy if she also needs to delivery her clothing for laundry too which the latter declines. Sometimes later, it's revealed that Signy [[spoiler: uses her period blood to practice blood magic instead of cutting herself like regular blood mages do]].
17th Nov '17 3:39:05 PM StFan
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{King of the Hill}}'', Connie gets her first period while staying with the Hill family.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{King of the Hill}}'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', Connie gets her first period while staying with the Hill family.
14th Nov '17 1:17:16 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/{{Oathbringer}}'' (third book of ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive''): Played with; Shallan briefly lets Adolin think she's on her period because she doesn't want to tell him about her night drinking in the markets. He figures it out, though, and they have a brief discussion on how men assume any strange behavior is the result of periods, and women let them. Adolin once again demonstrates he's smarter than he looks when he says he once noticed that one of his girlfriends was having "woman troubles" four times a month. Shallan also notes that her Stormlight HealingFactor doesn't help with cramps.
-->'''Shallan:''' Yeah. Mother Cultivation can be hateful. I'm an all-powerful, Shardblade-wielding pseudo-immortal, but nature still sends a friendly reminder every now and then to tell me I should be getting around to having children.\\
'''Pattern:''' [[BrickJoke No mating]].
14th Nov '17 8:01:53 AM GrigorII
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14th Nov '17 8:01:13 AM GrigorII
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9th Nov '17 5:14:21 PM MurrayTheBlue
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* ''Series/{{The100}}'' usually plays this straight. A hundred juvenile delinquents (at least half of whom are female) are marooned on a post-apocalyptic Earth with next to zero supplies, and wear basically the same clothes through Season 1, with no mention of pads or even the cleaning of clothes. It's later somewhat justified as all of the women have "Contraceptive Implants" that apparently prevent, or at least regulate, their cycles, along with the very short timeframe of Season 1-2 and Season 3-4. However, the justification is later subverted when the implants are specifically removed to help with population growth, and their are still no periods.
4th Nov '17 6:15:32 AM eroock
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9th Oct '17 6:24:13 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Series/OrphanBlack'', at one point Donnie asks Allison about her menstrual flow as part of the questionnaire the Dyad Institute has given them to keep track of the clones. She tells him it's normal in a casual way, although later she admits to another clone that she wasn't that comfortable discussing it with her husband. Cosima at one point starts bleeding in a bathtub, presumably down there, although it's explained as her sickness rather than a normal period. Later on, Sarah is wounded and runs away into the wilderness. She ends up bandaging the wound up with a tampon she keeps in her pocket.
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