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we bleed to make life continue A woman menstruates

we bleed
to make life continue A woman menstruates about 500 times in her lifetime, yet the pad is dealt with in whispers. About 12.8% of women and girls worldwide live in poverty, yet menstrual products are taxed and are not considered a basic right. About 36% of Indian women do not have access to sanitary napkins every month, yet period poverty is hardly recognised and understood. Around 40 million children grow stunted, yet basic hygiene continues to be a riddle.

It's time to leave behind the stigma of menstrual health, for there's a whole lot to talk about! Menstrual Hygiene Day is celebrated on May 28, aims to combat stigmas relating to menstruation, empowering women to take charge of their health through positive menstrual hygiene practices. 

Collaborate with Democrats & Dissenters and write a 2 line slogan on breaking the taboo around periods.

(Illustration - Joanna Lin)
we bleed
to make life continue A woman menstruates about 500 times in her lifetime, yet the pad is dealt with in whispers. About 12.8% of women and girls worldwide live in poverty, yet menstrual products are taxed and are not considered a basic right. About 36% of Indian women do not have access to sanitary napkins every month, yet period poverty is hardly recognised and understood. Around 40 million children grow stunted, yet basic hygiene continues to be a riddle.

It's time to leave behind the stigma of menstrual health, for there's a whole lot to talk about! Menstrual Hygiene Day is celebrated on May 28, aims to combat stigmas relating to menstruation, empowering women to take charge of their health through positive menstrual hygiene practices. 

Collaborate with Democrats & Dissenters and write a 2 line slogan on breaking the taboo around periods.

(Illustration - Joanna Lin)