Titled 'Wrapped in Secrecy', the report by New Delhi-based NGO Toxics Link is based on the tests conducted on 10 different types of sanitary pads – organic and inorganic …
From reusing menstrual cloth, to other taboos attached to the menstrual cycle among tribal communities, many women in Kashmir suffer from a lack of healthcare knowledge.
My interaction with school girls in Alwar about sanitary pads, menstrual cups and taboos associated with periods in India.
With supply chains impacted and menstrual health products left off a list of essential items for a short period, the lockdown laid bare the systemic gaps in India's menstrual …
While men aren’t ever going to get periods, the least anyone can start with is by listening to women more.
The recent incident where 68 women from a college in Bhuj in Gujarat were shamed only serves to further strengthen discriminatory belief systems.
It's funny how women are automatically called headstrong and adamant when they choose to talk about the elephant in the room and take a stand.