Humanities dirty little secret.

In this diabolical wandering of the mind, I want you to consider the clothing you are wearing.
– And you are.

Because you are not some Monkey-Man, dressed in a loin cloth wrapped loosely round your groin. Whose entire life, is reliant on grubbing around in the undergrowth for a living in some dank forest. – Or sweltering under the blazing sun on some hellish savannah plane.

No : You are much more than that.
– You Are Refined.
You are a lot more, than that description of the simpleton described above. Whose very barbaric nature is something to be pitied.

Because, You and I : Dear Reader – Are Obviously Superior.
– And We Really Are!

NO: It’s not a side split condition : And I’m sorry to say this, but that Monkey-Man has no idea what Planet he is on, (literally) Nor does he actually know the meaning of the word of God. He’s primitive belief’s, are simply self-held views of his own surroundings, and nothing more.

Where as ours, are a balanced view of our place in the Universe.

Now that sets us up dearly be’loved.

And with our proven intelligence : We realise that we have the ability, to follow an argument on through to its conclusion.

Back to our clothing.
– When was it invented?

Seventeenth century? – Weaving became an industry, that built Britain, but we were wearing clothes before that, even Jesus wore them.

He was crucified, wearing only a loin cloth.

So: Go back further!

In the Bible : Job, and Mosses were described as wearing clothes, as was Joseph and his amazing multi coloured clock. Just how far back do we have to go, to see Humans wearing cloths!


All we have, is the stone writings and pictures that the Egyptians left behind.

– There is nothing earlier.

Here’s a picture showing a woman playing a game. It’s dated to about 3,500 BC.
(five thousand five hundred years ago)


Dress wearing woman – playing a game.

The description of the page says: After a long day’s work along the Nile River, Egyptians often relaxed by playing board games. Several different games were played, including “Mehen” and “Dogs and Jackals,” but perhaps the most popular was a game of chance known as “Senet.” This pastime dates back as far as 3500 B.C. and was played on a long board painted with 30 squares. Each player had a set of pieces that were moved along the board according to rolls of dice or the throwing sticks. Historians still debate Senet’s exact rules, but there is little doubt of the game’s popularity. Paintings depict Queen Nefertari playing Senet, and pharaohs like Tutankhamen even had game boards buried with them in their tombs

[ Here’s the link ]

[ More on old Egypt ]

The Reign of the Egyptian Pharaohs starts from about 4,000 BC.
– And that’s just (seven thousand years.)

We know for a fact, that Humans were in Europe a long time before that. The carbon dating of bones found at the [ Ness of Brodgar ] is dated at 3500 BC : It’s classed as the Neolithic period, but the carbon dating of other bones indicated that the site may be even older.

– By a millennium?

With all our scientific advances, we really don’t know!

So, go back to that woman wearing that dress. Clothing was worn by the upper classes in Egypt. Then it follows, that clothing was worn by the Builders of the Ness of Brodgar, in the Orkney’s up in the North of Scotland.

– (Or do you think they were they wearing animal skins?)

There were artefacts found in Stone-Henge, that came from the Meditation. It demonstrates that trade 2,500 BC was an important factor. Take the logic of their origins back to Italy, then it follows; that they all had links and dealings with with groups that spread out from Rome.

The Druids and Egyptians knew of each other, and it had its Nexus in Rome:

– Radical!

Just type into Goggle ‘oldest clothing found’ and it throws up this.

[ 10 Oldest Objects Ever Found ].

[ Oldest cloth found is 34 thousand years ].

[ 9,000 years ago in turkey. (7,000 BC) to put it into perspective ].

It follows, that we were wearing something other than animal skins, 34,000 years ago.
Now ask yourself the question [‘WHY’]?


Defecation (or shitting) is a shameful thing, and not spoken about in civilised society, or any society for that matter. Apart from its use and storage. Nothing else is really known about this function we all do.

– We use toilet paper now, but it wasn’t always the case.

Did the Victorians wipe their arseholes after defecating. We don’t know for sure, and that was only one hundred years ago. So it follows, that what they did in the Medieval ages is as vague. As for early humans?

– Your guess is as good as mine.

We do know for a fact, that men wore something called braes, a glorified nappy worn under their trousers, and they needed washing out on a regular basis.

– (Indicating that the braes, were in part; used as toilet paper).

Women on the other hand, didn’t wear anything under their long skirts, but they did wear a thick cotton slip; that acted like the braes the men wore. This slip absorbed the excess from the anus, as well as the other discharges.

Ready For A Bloody Mess?

Lets discuss that other shameful thing, Menstruation.

We now use highly absorbent cotton Tampons and crouch Pads to deal with that aspect of our lives, we also wear gusseted knickers.

– ( Sometimes called Panties ) –

These unmentionable garments, contain and control the secretions; that is an entirely natural flow of fluid from the vagina, and to all the men reading this; women’s vaginas flow with secretions, like *snot* does, from your nose. So when you pick you nose next time, think about a vagina.

Here’s a [ link ] : If you can tolerate reading about it.

Unfortunately, this new invention of Panties is high maintenance; with some women finding they need to change them twice a day. They also produce side effects that stem from the closed in warm conditions found in the crouch. In such ideals conditions, bacteria and yeast growth is the problem.

[ One link, of many; on the Subject ]

These personal and embarrassing issues, have spawned a multimillion pound industry in treating the conditions, that were only created; after knickers were invented.

 – ( BUT ) –

Modern knickers enable us to wear trousers. Something that wasn’t physically possible before they came into being, in (about) 1941. The first mention of them was in the Seers Catalogue of that year.

– ( And That ) –

Is all I can find out about modern female underwear, which has a built in cotton gusset.

– ( It is another mystery of the modern century we live in ) –

From my extensive research on the subject:

I have come to the conclusion that they were initially invented by the American Army; to enable women to wear trousers. These women, worked in the supporting role in the army during the build up to the second world war.

They never knew what sort of Frankenstein Monster they created. Once the concept of modern knickers came into the consciousness of the population, the Genie (so to speak): was permanently out of the bottle. To this day, the majority of the woman on this Planet, wear them daily.

– ( Praise be the Knickers. ) –

Never again, would women be consigned to their home, or chained to the  kitchen sink. They could now travel freely, and not be hampered by their long concealing dresses. They could walk with confidence, even during their period; and it was the modern, dry weave Gusset in our underwear that did it.

– ( Praise be the Knickers. ) –

Want proof of that statement? – then lets think it through.

(Going commando): Imagine a woman wearing trousers, and nothing else. Her natural virginal flow wont stop because she’s wearing something, in fact the reverse will happen. In the warm dry conditions, her vagina flow will increase its fluid production. What we end up with: is a congealed mess in our groin area. The stench alone after a few days of doing that; would be enough to convince you we can’t do it. We simply can’t wear a closed in garment like a pair of trousers, without taking some sort of precautions. It was the humble pair of Knickers that have liberated us.

– ( Praise be the Knickers. ) –

Now we can wear trousers, but it wasn’t always the case.

– ( Praise be the Knickers. ) –

When you next see a film from the seventeenth century, and in it : is a woman wearing trousers through-out the film, or some fantasy about voluptuous female elves, wearing tight leather leggings.

Then say to yourself: Bullshit! – Cos’ that’s what it is.

– ( Praise be the Knickers. ) –

T.V. And Film Bullshit of that sort is made by corrupt Men, and Film Directors; who conveniently ignore the physical facts regarding women. It’s made by Producers and Ad-Men: making a fast buck, selling soap powder to the very people they are hoodwinking: They are the housewives, and gullible young women who are watching that sort of garbage.

Believing in the: *Bullshit Fantasy World*: Where we have no menstrual problems, and can have mad passionate sex at the drop of a hat, whenever a man demands it.

We ignore who, and what; we really are.

[ We, are not – Men! ]

But believing we are, we demand the same rights they have, and get it. We are Raped, Killed and Mugged. Just like everyone else. We are now equal.

[ We, are not – Men! ]

Moving out from under the skirts.

How we dealt with periods, is like the question of wiping our backsides, unfortunately we just don’t know.

We have no idea, just what we did just 60 years ago.
– Did they use Rags?
– Some did, but my Nan’ would never tell me anything about it.

( Sad Footnote Here: )

My Nan was convinced she only had two holes down *there*.

One for pooping out of, and one for peeing.

[ Babies came out of that one as well. ]

Incredibly: My Nan never, ever: looked – She was told, that what was down there; was evil and disgusting. My Nan believed her own Mother’s wise words, on that disgraceful; aspect of her own body.

[ And the subject should *never* be mentioned again. ]

My Nan used to get really flustered when I spoke to her about it.
Oh’ Hum! – At least we have moved since my Nan’s time, and now we can now talk openly about our vagina’s.

(??? – Really! – Are you sitting Comfortably? )

[ Moving on: ]

– But, how did people deal with periods before my Nan’s time?
– And the time before that?
– We simply have no idea!

That is the frame-work we are dealing with, past and present; ignorance.

( Don’t Look: – Don’t Ask: – Don’t Tell. )

[ Face it. ]

Humans are the only animal that menstruates, after the optimum period for conception. Man, for whatever reason; prefers to copulate in a [‘clear’] and [‘clean’] vagina.

Early woman, who bleed during their optimum period of conception, didn’t reproduce. Only woman that were fertile, without a [‘show’] : were impregnated, and only their genes went forward.

[ This is called Selective Evolution, at work. ]


We are now set up for my Thesis.


I want you to go back and consider that cave-woman dressed in her skins. No I want you ask yourself this question! – What is she wearing under the skins? – Nothing, seems to be a good bet. Did she wipe her backside after she had a shit. Probable not, then it follows; that she didn’t wrap her crouch with anything when she bleed during her period.

[ So! ]

– Where did it go?
– Down her legs?
– Into the inside of her skins?
– Must have stunk awful.
– So, Where – Did It Go?

Was she ejected from the tribe during her period?

In those early days of our development, the tribe couldn’t afford to lose its members on such a trifling issue. Everyone was needed to protect the children, their future; and maintain the health of the group.

Work in the Village.

We used woven baskets to carry things, [fact] These were highly woven. With some materials like Cotton (or Hemp-Reeds). It was noted, that they actually absorbed water, drawing it back into themselves. Placing fruit and tuber roots in them, preserved them for a much longer time.
– Air storage was invented.

But from that simple observation.

It doesn’t take a leap of the imagination, that if you weave cotton into a small slither, and then place it against your vulva: you have a means to stem and control the flow of blood, but wear that for three days a month, and its gonna’ be very uncomfortable.

Take it further.

Weave a lager section, and you make a nappy.
Weave a large square, and you have a loin cloth.

[ And then a Skirt. ]

Cover yourself in that, wrap an inner liner round your waist, and you eliminate the need for that cotton slither, and because your vagina is open to the air, there would be no yeast or bacteria infections to worry about.

From that point on, you don’t need to wear nothing else: or even bother with the inconvenience of your very light periods.

[ The white cotton inner slip: absorbs it all. ]


The proof is written on the wall.

Cloths being worn.

Clothing and skins in use.

Look again at that picture to the left. The Egyptians wore clothes. Clothing was found and dated to over 9,000 years ago. So it logically follows, that the Druids wore something similar.

Benefits of clothing.

1.) It doesn’t stink.
2.) It’s warmer to wear in cold weather.
3.) It’s easier to make.
4.) It can be washed with ease.
5.) You can use a fine weaved cloth for a heavy flow, and these groin pads can be washed out with ease.

They have been developed over time, then passed down through the ages from Mother to Daughter.

– And Nan to Grandchild.

– Then all of a sudden: It’s a disgusting secret, hidden from view.

Becoming Civilised.

When we became more cultivated, with more time on our hands, menstrual flow became offensive to the Elders: of the new small towns and villages

  ( Usually, Old Men were in Charge )

Virginal bleeding became a shameful thing. The Aboriginals in Australia (who can trace their history back to 60,000 years): Shun their bleeding women.

African woman were, and are still ejected from the tribe. Then forced to live on their own in an outside place during their period.

The Arab culture treats their woman the same, ejecting them from their own house: forcing them to live in a blood house for a week. The adopters of this fine tradition, declare the fact that the woman, under the curse. Enjoys her time away from her husband and children.

[ Saying, its just like a holiday. ]

( Really: ???)


The links below demonstrate the Greek, Catholic and Jewish beliefs. They all have hard and fast rules regarding God’s curse on Eve.

[ The links, put all the virginal filth into perspective. ]

[ England ].

[ Churching ].

[ Unclean ].

[ Woman Priests ].

You don’t have to look far to see this bias against women.
Yes, they are good for having sex with, and making babies, and keeping the house clean, and making meals, but that’s all.

 I mean for God’s sake: They BLEED! – (YUK!!!) 

YUK! - But True!

All True!



It’s a sad fact, but menstrual bleeding puts men off. Did you not shudder at the image above? – Men, and a lot of women are ignorant of their periods. Preferring to ignore it, and think of it as a curse from God. Nothing can be further from the truth. The subject of virginal bleeding, and menstruation; should be pulled out into the open, and not hidden under our skirts.

[ That Subject: Keeps us Suppressed. ]

Standing the test of time.

Standing proud across time, with the woman in her place.

A man dressed in his magnificent clothes and wearing a fine black cloak: Holds the reigns of power. Standing proud: hands on his hips, he looks out across the vast time line.

In this noble position, he keeps his woman in her rightful place; kneeling at his feet.

That woman, gave the man that cloak he was wearing, that woman gave that man his child, that women gave that man his position in the town.

… And that woman, is a second class animal; that bleeds.

Take this observation to heart dearly be’loved: that, nothing; passed down through the ages, has ever really changed.

So, in conclusion.

Thanks for reading, Jessica : Praise be the ORI:

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