Periods. Blood Bleeds in Style!

Why “Whisper” When Painful

Period cramps are painful sensations that affect many women before and during a period. They cause muscle contractions and cramps that are similar to labor pains. 

Imagine someone stabbing you in the stomach and twisting the knife. That’s cramps. Plus, your boobs get sore, your muscles ache, you experience nausea and headaches, and are constantly tired. Also, imagine constantly bleeding from your vagina and shoving cotton up it so you don’t ruin your pants.

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Do not wrap, “Stay Free”!

“Take it in style. Remember! there is no shame in buying or carrying a packet of sanitary pads.”

If you’re a woman in India and have bought sanitary napkins, then it is likely that these were handed to you in a black polythene bag. You might wonder why the black bag of shame covers a product that is related to women’s menstrual cycle.

People used to think it is related to ‘sex’ and therefore must be hidden at all times.

Can We Get the Sanitary Napkin Without the Newspaper Wrapping, Please?

Trust me! It’s absolutely normal!

Blood is not Blue!

Why menstrual products marketed on TV, the internet, or in magazines, my one particularly vexing question is always been “why companies represent menstrual blood with a weird, clinical blue liquid” in period product commercials.

Women’s know the pain of Red; why compensating on your pride.

It’s your Rights. Women Don’t Bleed Blue!

Educate on Periods

just as parents might be slightly embarrassed to talk with their children about menstruation, kids and teens may find it difficult to let mom and dad know their questions or concerns. It’s important to tell kids the truth about menstruation in an age-appropriate way and to be comfortable with the accuracy of that information. Don’t be put off by their questions — they’re probably the same questions you had at that age, and now you can answer them.

Facts

Sanitary Pads Were Originally Invented For Men

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