It’s About Bloody Time. Period is nonfiction, a hybrid of memoir and fact. I felt that it had a rocky start, as it focused on the experiences of the writer and her opinions. Some of the chapters felt similar to each other, but then the book started to talk about branding in the past for period products, history being one of my favourite subjects, and period poverty, which had interesting perspectives. I didn’t feel as if It’s About Bloody Time. Period was the most inclusive of books. It touches on subjects that you could research further, such as the stigma of periods, period tax and menopause.
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