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11 Faltu Misconceptions Almost All Pakistanis Have About Periods

That time of the month can involve a lot of crying, cramping, and complaining. There’s just no escaping menstruation. However, people in Pakistan tend to get a lot of stuff wrong about periods. Here are a few of these faltu ki misconceptions:   1. That there is an on/off button Source: SochTheBand Contrary …

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This Woman Has The Perfect Response To Those Who Think Menstruation Is A Taboo Not To Be Discussed

The ban on the release of Pad Man has opened up a very important debate in Pakistan.   People in Pakistan, mostly women, have become more open to discussing personal hygiene and are raising awareness regarding various aspects of menstruation This includes menstrual hygiene, the use of sanitary napkins, tampons …

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Outraged By The Ban Of “PadMan” Movie, Pakistani Women Are Sending Pads To The Censor Board

Many Pakistanis were looking forward to the release of PadMan because this film is different from mainstream Bollywood films. It shows the story of a man who tried his best to make menstrual hygiene accessible for women.   Since Pakistani cinema does not make such films, Padman would have been …

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Armeena Khan’s Mic-Drop Tweet About Menstruation Is Ovation Worthy. Period

Akshay Kumar’s latest venture into the more ‘artsy’ film has backfired in Pakistan. ‘Padman’ was banned by the Pakistani censor board who were hesitant to watch something about women’s health, only proliferating the bottomless void where all other hushed taboos drown. The film’s kernel is about a man who created sanitary …

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Hey Ladies, Here Are Some Foods To Help You Deal With Period Cramps And Your Murderous Uterus

Drown your period cramps in food   Sistas, there will be no judging here. I fully understand giving into the urge of binge eating copious amounts of junk food when you’re on your period. I personally want to stuff my face with chips and salsa until my blood is saturated …

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