I was sent a link to this ad, that’s currently just available online and runs for a few seconds only. We are shown a...
We're expected to look a certain way, to have a certain body type. But every body is different, just like every person is different. No body is more beautiful than the other. So love and embrace your body, however it looks, it's absolutely fine.
The way local women channel anger at menstrual taboos into their work — making sanitary pads to improve female hygiene and earn a living — is the focus of the film 'Period. End Of Sentence.'
The selfie is not just a symbol of self-absorption anymore. It is also a global killer. As India leads the global tally in selfie...
Bodyform's short advert is a refreshing change which normalizes periods by portraying period blood and pads.
Menstrual taboos vary widely in different cultures – but all arise out of a sense of "otherness" and impurity associated with menstruation.
Many social media beauty gurus falsely advertise what "real skin" looks like with the use of filters and editing and claim natural beauty.
I remember looking into her eyes and realizing that my mother had been fighting far too many battles on her own.
As ridiculous as this question sounds, it points to the plethora of myths surrounding masturbation. Myths exist to create fear and taboo.
Men menstruate too! However, trans men feel uncomfortable with their periods because they have been normalised as cis-female experiences.