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The freedom, the fun, the parties, and so on. At last, I am at that age where I get to make my own decisions, earn my own money, cook my own food, and learn from my mistakes. But the downside is that there is stress everywhere these days. Well, that wouldn’t be difficult by itself to handle, but the non-benefit is that my bleeding routine gets irregular.

I was agitated, irritated, and even angry with almost the whole world. Then they told me that I was experiencing something called Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), apparently a common problem occurring due to hormonal changes in the body during their periods.

The new year and the new decade of 2020 started with the movement of resistance through CAA and NRC protests for India. After the lockdown, the farmer’s protests, protest on Hathras Uttar Pradesh rape case and protests over the revoked article 370 have been significant resistance movements. The Indian government was under scrutiny with the handling of COVID-19 and controversial laws throughout 2020. A spontaneous and popular uprising of this kind has perhaps been seldom in India for a long time now….

I was only 9 when the freaking reality hit me. I was at school and had my PT class that day, so white uniform as usual. It was a typical day, fun, running around the school, sharing tiffins, long bus lines, and home at last. Then, out of nowhere, the world seemed to crash down onto me. I am bleeding internally, haemorrhaging maybe? I was going to die!.... Written by: Anwesha Simlai
Period Syncing: The urban myth of living and bleeding together. By Areesha Ahmed
The mystifying menstrual cup. It is the one product we have all heard of and yet don’t see in advertisements or in stores. When it comes to menstrual products, this one leads the pack with the most curiosity and least clarity. Brought to you by a proud menstrual cup user (for over 3 years), here is demystifying the menstrual cup and debunking some myths.

Nupi keithel, or Women’s Market, is a 16th-century market where all the vendors are women thus is a symbol of political and social activism in the Indian state of Manipur. Read More…

Devki and Twinkle are both subjected to unfair partial conduct. While Twinkle is discriminated against due to her gender, Devki is discriminated against for both her gender and caste. These layers of intersectional discrimination towards women, deny them of basic rights like education, physical and mental health, protection of their modesty, and sometimes even survival. Read More…

16th December 2012, the whole nation mourned for the death of a girl. It’s been eight years since the Nirbhaya case, yet very little has changed. For once again on 14th September 2020, our faith in humanity was shattered as a 19-year-old girl was brutally raped and mutated in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh. Yes, the whole nation is mourning again, but for how long and to what end? Read More…

In India, there’s a popular belief that women are less likely to be affected by COVID-19 as compared to men. But does the evidence suggest otherwise?
Read This to Find Out…