Ottawa, ON, Canada (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
BlowMeCool’s “Menopause To Blame” pulls no punches. It’s a Menopausal rant in soft-core Rap style that is told from a woman’s perspective, but should humor men as well.
The song is produced by BlowMeCool Inc., which manufactures an innovative new mini-fan designed to cool hot flashes while operating hidden in a women’s hand.
Inspired by his wife, Brian Burge company founder thoughtfully designed a unique mini-fan for women in the peri-menopause and menopause stages of life who seek relief from annoying hot flashes – in a more discreet fashion.
"“Menopause To Blame” is what I hear all the time. It’s not really my wife, it’s menopause she blames,” says Brian Burge the song’s lyricist. The chorus speaks about “being back some day” which is what many women and their partner hope will happen after menopause has past. The difficulty is that you can’t really know how long and what symptoms will dominate any woman’s individual experience with menopause.
A woman’s menopause is definitely a phase when men need to practice their capacity for patience. Brian hopes that “Menopause To Blame” is received in a positive way by women. The song is intended to help stimulate discourse between men and women, and to broaden the understanding and acceptance of menopause as a trying phase in a woman’s life.
BlowMeCool Inc., is a 15 month old company based in Ottawa, Canada which manufactures an innovative new mini-fan designed to operate while hidden in the palm of the hand. Inspired by his wife, Brian has thoughtfully designed a unique mini-fan for women in the peri-menopause and menopause stages of life who seek a more discreet, subtle way of cooling during annoying hot flashes. For more information about BlowMeCool,visit http://www.BlowMeCool.com
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