Wednesday, September 15th, 2021, Indian School of Media- PERIOD. Those who suffer in silence are the ones we must assist. The Indian School of Media students has launched a campaign called “Gifting Smiles with Pride.” This effort aims to increase awareness. About menstrual hygiene and to assist disadvantaged menstruators. By supplying them with environmentally friendly. Sanitary goods are given by compassionate individuals across India. We urge you to help us with the same in the form of SANITARY PRODUCT DONATIONS. You can reach out to us at any of the numbers mentioned below: –Nidhi Jain: 9930707552, Aanchal Jain: 9320226866 / 7977215290.
- The myths related to menstruation in India.
- Impact of myths related to menstruation on women’s life
Even the mere mention of the subject has been forbidden in India in the past. And cultural and societal influences appear. To be a barrier to knowledge advancement on the subject even today. Because according to the Veda. The shame of slaying a brahmana-murderer manifests itself. Every month as menstrual flow. As women have taken on a portion of Indra’s guilt.
Many countries’ taboos surrounding menstruation have an impact on girls’ and women’s emotional well-being, mindset, lifestyle, and, most importantly, health. When girls in many less developed countries start menstruation. They drop out of school in large numbers. Over 23% of Indian ladies fall into this category. In addition, female teachers face challenges due to their monthly menstrual cycle. As a result, the lack of suitable menstruation protection options and/or clean, safe, and private sanitary facilities for female teachers and girls, as well as gender-unfriendly school culture and infrastructure, jeopardize the right to privacy.
There are additional issues of health. And cleanliness to consider when it comes to girls and menstruation. In India, almost 77 percent of menstruation girls. In addition, 88 percent of Indian women use ashes. Newspapers, dried leaves, and husk sand to assist absorption.
Menstruartion hygiene management
Even in the twenty-first century, we still regard menstrual hygiene as an “issue” that is frequently ignored. Due to deep-seated social gender norms, cultural beliefs, and a lack of understanding, menstrual hygiene management takes a back seat. The pandemic only exacerbated the situation, as supplies were in limited supply.