How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 8

What Needs to Be Done Public arrangements and projects to guarantee that all learning and workplaces are sex comprehensive are critically required. Building private and clean latrines in rustic schools, guaranteeing the accessibility and availability of sterile napkins and forcing obligatory feminine wellbeing classes for the two young men and young ladies are significant estimates... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 7

Quiet and Shame In country India, feminine cycle is implanted in fantasies and restrictions. Because of social and strict convictions, feminine cycle is seen as messy, unclean and even unholy. Along these lines, feminine cycle is encircled by a culture of quietness and disgrace. Bleeding ladies are regularly expected to follow a bunch of limitations... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 6

Proposed procedure The approach is isolated into two stages: Stage one has to do with submersion in the local area to find positive freaks and stage.Two is activity arranged which includes setting up two sorts of machine at the site to handle both assembling of minimal effort sterile napkins and sterile removal of the equivalent.Second... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 5

Examination Gap A typical connection between the investigations directed on the issue of feminine cycle and the mischief that follows from unhygienic feminine practices, is the use of either absolutely quantitative or a blended technique approach. The vast majority of the discoveries need to do with the quantity of ladies actually enduring and they all... Continue Reading →

Being Childfree can also be an option for couples.

Motherhood Completes a Woman, the number of times that we have heard this quote cannot be counted. Somehow the world thinks that it is perfectly normal for them to identify a woman with the relationship that she has with her close ones. From the time a woman is married, she is asked by her family... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 4

Answer for such an issue would require the State to mediate. The issue nonetheless, is that most intercessions attempted by the Government manages focal the board and crap issues, totally ignoring complex issues of feminine cycle. School non-appearance among juvenile young ladies in provincial Ethiopia because of absence of accessibility of clean napkins that caused... Continue Reading →

How Money can buy time

I recently came across this post on Linkedin. Even though I hate to admit it, could not have agreed more with the author. Hereunder is the tweet that was made by Shailaja Patel. It is true that we all have 24 hours in a day and it also depends on how we maximise the same... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 3

A 2011, paper article heaved the accompanying insights: The level of ladies utilizing sterile napkins in India is simply more than 12% out of the 355 million as a matter of fact discharging. The left more than 88% manage with husk, remains, sand or material which unnecessary to say is exceptionally unhygienic other than being... Continue Reading →

How Indian Women in Rural Areas are fighting Menstrual Taboo – Part 2

The metropolitan and the provincial gap  Young people all in all need to confront a ton in the name of pubescence. As of now raved about in the past segment, period isn't discussed furthermore, carries alongside a plenty of social restrictions furthermore, misinterpretations. High school young ladies, as they leave their excursion of adulthood, step... Continue Reading →

How Rural Girls are fighting Menstruation Taboo – Part 1

Introduction          It is the 21st century, and the death of hundreds of years have influenced the talk on monthly cycle by getting components of science and technology  yet the advancement has had next with no impact on the comprehension of the cycle. Ladies going through the month to month cycle are as yet exposed... Continue Reading →

I stopped Vlogging because of my dark skin

I am a Keralite, born and brought up in Mumbai. My skin complexion is somewhere between fair and dark, so I can safely say that I am a brown citizen in my country. With the recent outrage in the United States against racism, its tremors have also hit India. But, I personally feel that we... Continue Reading →

Outraging the modesty of a woman

Sec 354 of IPC states that whoever assaults or uses criminal force to any woman, intending to outrage or knowing it to be likely that he will there by outrage her modesty, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which shall not be less than one year but which may extend... Continue Reading →

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