• Health & Hygiene

    Ending the period shaming era.

    After my last blog (Shh! Don’t talk about it: Abnormally normal taboo) check it out if you haven’t read it already!!! I have been reading a lot about women’s health, taboos related to periods, etc. Earlier when I wrote about normalizing periods it was to share my views on the topic but later while reading more about it, I realized it is an important issue. Women all over the world have faced period shaming at one point or another in their lives as many ancient cultures considered menstruation unclean or impure and still do. Period taboos have led to the exclusion of women from social, domestic, and educational activities for…

  • Articles

    INTROSPECTION OF INDIVIDUALITY AND HAPPINESS

    What you should do? What you shouldn’t do? Who you are? Who you want to be? What you should and shouldn’t wear? I thought answering these questions individually on my own are my basic right. But it turns out all these rights are reserved for the society, “the people”, whom I might not have met more than a couple of times, and who might absolutely not know me personally but still, you got to do according to a set of rules where whatever makes you happy does not even come at the end. I am really ashamed to be born and brought up in this space where I cannot spot…

  • Be you

    Loud and Proud: Pride Month

    Love, acceptance, tolerance, and hope are always worth quoting. To be in love and loved is said to be the best feeling in this world and I couldn’t agree more. Accepting someone and our own self for all the flaws and strengths takes courage, tolerating someone you love even when it seems difficult to do so is tremendous. Hoping for the best life with love, respect and equality is a basic human right. Why are we discussing so much about all this? As many of you might be aware of June, known and celebrated as the “Pride month” across the globe, this one is for them and for those who…