Instagram removes Indian girl menstruating image, calls it unsafe! Rupi Kaur, a budding artist and poet, was shocked to see that one of her 'period' pics was taken down by the photo-sharing social media giant - Instagram. We actually wonder of exactly which 'safety concerns' was Instagram pointing at - you can allow images of celebs baring it all, scantily clad women, but not of girls' menstruating! The concerned photograph was not igniting racism, sexual violence, neither it evoked self-harm, so why was it taken down?
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In this op-ed, Chryselle D'Silva Dias explores menstrual shaming in India after a school principal reportedly forced girls to strip to detect which one had her period. In late March, angry at spots of menstrual blood in the bathroom that no one claimed, the principal of a residential school in North India forced 70 schoolgirls ages 12—14 to strip naked so she could search them. The incident, which has just come to light, has sparked outrage from parents and has led to the suspension of the principal of the government-run school in Muzaffarnagar. An official inquiry has been launched into the incident, but several of the girls have dropped out of school. The chances of them returning to education are remote. This shocking incident underscores India's deep period-shaming culture , where not only young girls but also women are constantly told that they are "impure" and cannot touch food or enter religious places or even the kitchen to avoid "contamination". Period shaming, menstruation, and the fear of sexual assault are some of the leading causes of girls leaving school across the world, and especially in India.
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Imagine being forbidden from eating with family members, sleeping at home, looking in the mirror or at the sun, and even touching fruit, flowers or male relatives just because you are considered "contaminated" while menstruating. In many parts of the world, gender inequality is so severe that young women and girls are excluded from their communities because simply because they menstruate. These photos, taken by seven teenage girls in a small rural village in Sindhuli, Nepal, document the restrictions forced onto them when they are on their period. The project is part of a campaign by the international nonprofit, WaterAid , to challenge menstrual taboos and call for improved sanitation for women everywhere.
Don't touch the pickled mango, it will spoil. Don't enter the temple, you're unclean. Dig a hole and bury your sanitary napkins in the ground.