Having a slight repulsion towards topics like these is nothing shameful. stigmas exist in every communities. the important thing is to grow out of it. for a start, don't accept sanitary napkins in black polythenes cus' it's not something to be ashamed of.
repost via @redheadwayfarer "guys. this is really really important!
did you know that only 12% of india's women use sanitary pads during their period? 88% rely on cloth, ashes and rags due to the unaffordable prices and sometimes, pure ignorance.
i'm collaborating with @diyaindia and we're encouraging you to help underprivileged girls in delhi receive better menstrual hygiene by donating sanitary pads to us. if you are in delhi, you can collect/buy them yourself and hand them over to @diyaindia by latest day after (21st september) and if you're not in delhi, you can go on the link below (link also in my bio) and donate rrs. 300/- which will be used to buy sanitary pads.
i will be distributing them myself on 22nd september. the bigger aim is to cause more awareness... so i'd request you to talk more about menstrual hygiene to the men and women around you. your maids, their daughters, your drivers, your watchman, and every other person that you think you interact with daily that doesn't understand the importance. talk to your sons too. it's important for us to raise boys that don't get grossed out or disgusted by periods! @diyaindia ・・・ we have taken our pledge, have you?
donate a small amount of rs. 300 for sanitary pads at
make a real difference in the life of an underprivileged girl!"
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