21 year old finds art in Period Stains and Stretch Marks

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Cinta Tort Cartró alias Zinteta, an artist from a small hamlet called Torrelles de Llobregat in Spain, Cinta lately exhibited her creativity that showcases a message of accepting ourselves and self-admiration. Within her project called ‘Mancho y no me doy asco’ (I’m not disgusted by my stains), Cinta 7 months ago started spreading vibrant colors on underwear and drew rainbow colored stretch marks on thighs just to spread a message that periods or stretch marks are natural processes and one should not at all be ashamed about it. The artworks are creating sensation on internet since this is a fabulous way to break the taboo of menstruation and discard sexism within the 21st century.

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