Schoolboys do their part to normalize the period conversation

Schoolboys, academics, artists, activists and many others are now doing everything possible to make the regular conversation a normal conversation.

Many university students in the city and state have established several ways to include regular conversations in normal conversations. Instead of finding numerous ways to disguise the word period, university students are now talking openly about the bleeding process.

Pranjali Morchhale, a MICA sophomore, shares: “The institute installed sanitary disposal machines in all of our shelters to have a safe and healthy disposal of products. It is also a campus that is extremely open around menstrual health and hygiene. Recently, the institute partnered with a company of menstrual cups that is a more sustainable alternative to sanitary napkins or tampons.