Princy conducted research in Dehradun and surrounding areas, and also formed small groups to inform women about the risks of not using a clean cloth during menstruation.
Several menstrual hygiene brands today are doing a commendable job at breaking stereotypes.
The initiative, which went live on January 26, stemmed from the need to make women in Indian villages aware about the importance of menstrual hygiene to prevent infections and infertility.
Girls diagnosed with Type-2 diabetes have a high frequency of menstrual irregularities -- a symptom of polycystic ovarian syndrome.
What do feminists think about the concept of paid period leave for female employees?
How do women feel and go about their duties during these days. In the final part of the series, the New Indian Express looks at real life situations...
Isn’t the debate over paid period leave typical of middle class talk fests? An idea that, should it come to pass, would restrict the benefit to the corporate world?