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May 14, 2017

When the world was less connected physically and when everything had to move in sync with the lunar and solar cycles, it is said that women used to indulge in self-care, and collect the menstrual blood for fertilizing their fields. Unless the woman had any major infectious disease that could be tran...

May 14, 2017

Much has been assumed regarding the sanitary pad usage in rural india. The general perception is that, sanitary napkins are not available or affordable by rural women and girls. It will therefore come as a surprise to many that, even in the rural areas, the prevalence of disposable products for mana...

May 14, 2017

Personal Choice? Think Again

Waste is the farthest thing from our minds as we walk down the aisle to cherry pick that ONE type of pad that works for us. Yet, menstrual waste, a mounting problem in the country, doesn’t have an environmentally responsible solution. An AC Nielsen study places the curren...

May 14, 2017

Menstruation is a topic close to every woman’s heart – more than the vagina. The wonderful, life-giving process is as natural as breathing and still period shaming happens everywhere in the world.

Let’s talk about India. The subject is so taboo as if it’s a crime to have periods! In my own fairly edu...

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