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Generally speaking, seeing a napkin in public is a shocker – you always wish you could remove that memory right away. But one German woman is changing that by turning feminine care items into feminist art.

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Elone, from Karlsruhe, was inspired by a Tweet that got her thinking about feminism and women’s rights. Using pads as her medium, she started to post messages all over her hometown focusing on women’s rights.

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Adhered to each pad is a message, like “rapists rape people, not outfits” and “imagine if men were as disgusted with rape as they are with periods.”

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Recently, she uploaded photos to her Tumblr account – the response has been overwhelmingly positive.

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It appears that women from all over the developed world have seen her work and hope to replicate her efforts in their hometowns.

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But not everyone is a fan. She has also received negative feedback of the project. Putting her potentially misguided aspects aside, her project is bringing awareness to important issues.

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She focuses heavily on sexual assault. Translation: My name is not “Baby.”

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She hopes to send the message that “feminism means equality.”