She forwarded the emailed alert (below) to me saying, “Gracie, some people may have caught onto the ‘Everybody poos, everybody screws; get over it’ notion, and they aren’t going to be shy about it. At least not when it comes to the poo… They aren’t exactly encouraging when it comes to sex talk or even sex ed over there. But this is fine.”
Springtime Blogging Opportunity
Did you know that 1 in 4 households use adult flushable wipes in their regular bathroom routine? SocialMoms is looking for women who regularly incorporate flushable wipes into their bathroom routine and would be comfortable writing a thematic blog post on this subject. We are thinking about integrating the notion of this type of bathroom routine into a Spring-themed post.
If you’re up for advocating a new bathroom routine to your readers that incorporates flushable wipes, please let us know by filling in this form.
If we have enough positive responses and the opportunity firms up, we will reach out to you with more information.
The SocialMoms Team
Between “poos” and “screws,” is “poo” the least understood of the two? …The importance of hand washing, maybe. But is talking about what you wipe your behind with really the best use of our time? No.
Women, moms, humans ~ especially those who have the luxury of computers and Internet access ~ ought to have bigger issues to rally around and organize attention and advocacy for than what product is used to wipe yer bum.
But ours is a capitalistic society, and so, clearly, SocialMoms.com thinks it would be a grand idea to capitalize on the big numbers involved in Big Corporate Poo Money, and, should things “firm up” (ARG!), they’d like to wipe-up a tidy little sum for themselves and, I’m guessing, their members.
But still, it’s an odd little campaign.
A spring cleaning campaign for your ass… Does this mean we are moving one set closer to a spring cleaning genitals campaign? Or does this mark a step backwards, illustrating just how little adults know about how to take care of their bodies? Or maybe it shows just how far some folks will go to make a buck, even as they avoid frank talk about human sexuality.