Access to proper sanitation for women should have been the primary priority and first step towards an equal society for women. Alas, that is not the case. @Akshay Kumar raised this important issue through his upcoming movie PADMAN #padman. Taking this movement one step ahead ABVP and DUSU joined hands with Mr Akshay Kumar organising #womenmarathon in support of GST free sanitary napkins. ABVP who have fought for decades to ensure an equal and fair society for women pledge its support to #gstfreesanitarypad#
People always shy when we talk about mensturation. many restrictions has been imposed when a girl having periods.I dont understand why?
Periods are a god gift for a girls even more important too.Then why so many restrictions like not to go in a kitchen, Dont do puja,dont go to temple and many more.
Is this a man made thing on which you are imposing restrictions?
And if No, then how can you impose restriction on that which is a god gifted.
Even If I talk about bringing pads from the market,they always got in a black polythene .Why? its your necessity which you are carring for.
And If I say to any male member that bring pad for me ,Some of the reactions are like ” haww woh mai launga kya khud lao” Why ? You can bring anything for home then why not pads?
My father always bring sanitary napkins for us and the society people are like ” yeh koi papa se mngwane ki cheeez hai kya” I mean just wide your mentality. There is no shy in all such things. People need to talk frankly about such things so that everyone should have knowledge for this.
A man cannot bleed if he he will die
A women bleed 5-6 days regularly while mensturation.
A women should feel proud for such a god gifted thing which will make you a mother..
and yes, its a necessity so it should be tax free now ..for those who cannot afford it .
And girls and boys its not any mistake or a bad work when you are talking about mensturation or bringing pads for your mother or sister.
Let the society think# try to change them also# Dont be shy#Respect Women# A step towards equality##