The PACII Story
In 2015 Put A Cup In It (PACII) was conceived; it was the organic combination of resources about reusable menstrual products created by Kim and Amanda. Each had their own websites focused on green living and had extensively covered menstrual cups and cloth in the past. For Put A Cup In It the new goal was to team up and create kick-ass content with humor and helpful information. With over 14+ years combined experience with reusables and their passion for the products it’s been a slow progression towards making menstruation the main topic of interest and Put A Cup In It their favorite website to work on. If you need to reach Kim or Amanda you can email email@example.com.
Speaking and Events
Since the website began PACII has seen amazing growth, thanks mostly to the many readers who share our quiz and other resources via word of mouth! As we have grown we have added in person menstrual education and speaking to our agenda- if you’d like to reach us regarding our availability for your event submit an inquiry by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Kim Rosas spoke at MommyCon events across the country for 4 years on the topic of menstrual cups and has hosted small workshops at spaces with groups or independently.
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The Kim and Amanda Story
Kim and Amanda were introduced by mutual blogger friends in 2012 at a conference in NYC. Running in the same “green” circle they knew of each other but had yet to meet. The first meeting went well when both realized they cursed as much as the other. Through the years they’ve worked together on joint events with their websites including a Vagangelist event that cemented their status as period buddies. Though they live in separate states they have found ways to work together to produce new content for Put A Cup In It, which partially explains the randomness of the updates to the website and new videos.
In 2018 the Put A Cup In It quiz hit over 650k takes and the PACII Facebook group reached nearly 10,000 members.
Talking about periods, vaginas, and everything surrounding those topics wasn’t a career plan for either. Somehow, it just sort of happened and now they couldn’t imagine life without daily vagina talk.